Procedural Blog Posts

Scope of Re-examination under Indian Evidence Act

With increasing trend of appointment of Court commissioners to overlook witness examinations, lawyers are required to be more vigilant during depositions. Earlier, if any question beyond the scope of re-examination was put to a witness, the Judge wou...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 14, 2016

Procedures you need to know: Voluntary Winding Up of LLP

STEP 1 (CONSENT OF CREDITORS AND MAKING OF DECLARATION):-A. Making of DeclarationØ  The majority of its designated partners (being not less than two) must make a declaration in Form No. 2 verified by an affidavit to the effect that the LLP has...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 12, 2016

AIPGMEE Counselling 2014 Procedural /collages/fee download

  AIPGMEE Counselling 2014 Procedural /collages/fee download AIPGMEE Counselling 2014 AIPGMEE Counselling 2014  :- All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam Counseling 2014 was update in online month of Feb. AIPGMEE Counselling 2014 Pro...
by Balaji Latest Jobs on Jul 10, 2014

“the war on words”

by Philip Pullman   I start from the position that theocracy is one of the least desirable of all forms of political organisation, and that democracy is a good deal better. But the real division is not between those states that are secular, an...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Mar 3, 2013

The Naming of the Dead by Ian Rankin

This is the third book by Ian Rankin that I have read and I have to say that it started out very slow, at least in my opinion it was a slow starter. In The Naming of the Dead Rankin tries to show how one crime can infect society possibly one member a...

She's a cop and he's a biker - when they meet - it's murder . . .

Tuesday's Revolving Book is the romantic suspense KISS OF DECEIT by PATRICIA A. RASEY. PUBLISHER: Amber Quill Press http://tinyurl.com/cf482lf WHERE YOU CAN BUY IT: AMAZON: http://tinyurl.com/c8zke4y BARNES AND NOBLE: http://tinyurl.com/d69b6n9 &...
by thepopculturedivas on Nov 13, 2012

Aftermath - book review

Aftermath by Peter RobinsonMy rating: 3 of 5 starsThis book began pretty well, and I thought it was one of Peter Robinson's best. Perhaps that was because i had not read one for a long time, or had read too many Scandinavian whodunits in between. It...
by Notes from underground on Sep 10, 2012

PhD Studentship in Data-driven Analysis of Social Perception of Dynamic Faces at Radboud University, Netherlands

Doctorate Studentship in the field of Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive or Social Neuroscience, or Artificial Intelligence at Radboud University, 2012 Netherlands Study Subject(s):... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Free Scholarship Information on Aug 13, 2012

Blind fury (book review)

Blind Fury by Lynda La PlanteMy rating: 3 of 5 starsIf, in the field of crime novels, one distinguishes between sub-genres like whodunits and police procedurals, this book definitely falls into the latter category. Whodunits usually have lots of susp...
by Notes from underground on May 22, 2012

The white lioness (book review)

The White Lioness by Henning MankellMy rating: 3 of 5 starsUnlike most of Henning Mankell's "Wallander" novels, this one is set at least partly in South Africa, which gives it additional interest to me. It is set in the period between the release of...
by Notes from underground on Nov 18, 2011

Indulgence In Death

Indulgence in Death is the 31st Eve Dallas book by J. D. Robb. Two bored, wealthy young men begin a "killing game" and it's up to Dallas to make sure each of them loses. If that sounds vaguely familiar, you might be thinking of the famous real life...
by Genre on Oct 28, 2011
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