Vatsyayana Kamasutram [Sanskrit]-Ancient Vedics were never a worshipping community like present-day Christians. They celebrated Life under the guidance of gods(Devata), they accepted Life as it is, they never tried to modify it to suit Religion (A word denotes a group or party). धर्मअर्थकामेभ्यो नमः - Dharma was the foundation of Life and healthy society. Artha was the business of the Society and Kama was the goal of Life. Moksha is the outcome of complete observation of Dhartha Artha and Kama. Kama sutra is not a book of Lovemaking or Erotic literature - it has no parnographic role and thus it has no erotic industry. At the same time, it is not to control one's sexual behaviour or impose Church type closed morality over sexual activity. Kama sutra shall no propose to teach the art of Sex or proper sexual attitude. It is not a manual book for sexual practice.
What is Tal [तालः]-Sangeet Ratnakara -मार्गदेशीगतत्वेन तत्राऽऽद्यस्य क्रिया द्विधा
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INCOME TAX-whether the revenue has sufficient reasons to believe that undisclosed income of the asseessee has escaped assessment and therefore there are grounds to issue notice. An assessing officer can only reopen an assessment if he has ‘reason to believe’ that undisclosed income has escaped assessment. Mere change of opinion of the assessing officer is not a sufficient to meet the standard of ‘reason to believe’.
Section 30 of the Indian Evidence Act mandates that to make the confession of a coaccused admissible in evidence, there has to be a joint trial. If there is no joint trial, the confession of a co accused is not at all admissible in evidence and, therefore, the same cannot be taken as evidence against the other coaccused.
FARE INVESTIGATION-Section 156(3) CrPC is wide enough to include all such powers in a Magistrate which are necessary for ensuring a proper investigation, and it includes the power to order registration of an FIR and of ordering a proper investigation if the Magistrate is satisfied that a proper investigation has not been done, or is not being done by the police.
When the power is vested in the very high contitutional authority, it must be presumed that the said authority had acted carefully after considering all the aspects of the matter. It cannot be said that His Excellency the President of India did not consider the mercy petition with open mind filed by the petitioner Pawan Kumar Gupta.
WILL-it is the overall assessment of the Court on the basis of the unusual features appearing in the Will or the unnatural circumstances surrounding its execution, that justifies a close scrutiny of the same before it can be accepted.