শ্রীমদ্ভগবদ্গীতা মহাভারতের ভীষ্মপর্ব্বের অন্তর্গত। ভীষ্মপর্ব্বের ৩ অধ্যায় হইতে ৪৩ অধ্যায় পর্য্যন্ত-এই অংশের নাম ভগবদ্গীতাপর্ব্বাধ্যায়; কিন্তু ভগবদ্গীতার আরম্ভ পঞ্চবিংশতিতম অধ্যায়ে। তৎপূর্ব্বে যাহা ঘটিয়াছে, তাহা সকল পাঠক জানিতে না পারেন, এজন্য তাহা সংক্ষেপে বলিতেছি; কেন না, তাহা না বলিলে, ধৃতরাষ্ট্র কেন এই প্রশ্ন করিলেন, এবং সঞ্জয়ই বা কে, তাহা অনেক পাঠক বুঝিবেন না।
ॐ श्रीहरिः श्री गुरुभ्यो नमः श्री वेदव्यासाय नमः श्रीमदानन्दतीर्थगुरुभ्यो नमः श्रीराघवेन्द्रतीर्थ गुरुभ्यो नमः Krishnamruta Maharnava-Sri Madhyacharya श्रीमत् हनुमभीममध्वान्तर्गत रामकृष्णवेदव्यासात्मक श्री लक्ष्मीहयग्रीवाय नमः अर्चितः संस्मृतो ध्यातः कीर्तितः कथितः श्रुतः | यो ददात्यमृतत्वं हि स मां रक्षतु केशवः || १ || तापत्रयेन संतप्तं यदेतदखिलं जगत् | वक्ष्यामि शान्तये तस्य कृष्णामृत महार्णवम् || २ || ते नराः पशवो लोके किं तेषां जीवने फलम् […]
It is true that a flea-bite sentence should not be awarded for a serious offence. At the same time, one has to take into consideration diverse factors in awarding a sentence. Not only is the gravity of the crime to be considered, the other factors like the range of sentence imposable and the minimum sentence fixed, if any, are also to be taken into account. The aggravating as well as the mitigating circumstances are to be carefully weighed. For instance, in the present case, the aggravating factors are the seriousness of the crimes and the recovery of relatively sophisticated items like gelatin sticks and detonators. On the other hand, the mitigating factors are the acquittal of the accused under Section 307 of the Penal Code and the non-seizure of any huge cache’ of arms or more sophisticated and lethal weapons like rocket launchers or RDX. Keeping all these factors in mind, an adequate sentence is to be imposed in this case.
We, the People, the Dratsang, and the Royal Government of Bhutan, in Order to ‘maintain the quality of an unimpaired flowing of heavenly stream of Justice’ and ensure domestic Tranquility to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Civil and Criminal Procedure Code for the Kingdom of Bhutan.
A Barrister or a lawyer initiates or responds to litigation proceedings(Suit) as appropriate by drafting(pleading) required documents, taking necessary preliminary steps, preparing for and conducting all stages of the proceeding, seeking appropriate remedies, and initiating appellate proceedings(against impugned decision) where appropriate in order to effectively represent the client.
Book 1 General regulationsChapter 1CourtsTitle 1Substantive jurisdiction of the courts; regulations as to valueSection 1Substantive jurisdictionSection 2Significance of the valueSection 3Assessment of the value at the sole discretion of the courtSection 4Computation of the value; ancillary claimsSection 5Plurality of claimsSection 6Possession; freezing of property; security rightSection 7EasementSection 8Lease or tenancy relationshipSection 9Recurrent usufruct or performanceSection 10(repealed)Section 11Binding decision as to […]
The Basic Law does not recognize any general anti-National Socialist basic principle that would allow a ban on the dissemination of right-wing extremist or even National Socialist ideas with regard to the intellectual impact of their content. Rather, the general requirements for encroaching on freedom of expression apply here.
They must be qualified to hold judicial office under the German Judiciary Act or must be the holder of the Diplomjurist degree awarded before 3 October 1990 in the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Unification Treaty and must be allowed to take up a regulated legal profession in accordance with the provisions of the Unification Treaty. If a lawyer is appointed as Justice of the Federal Constitutional Court, his or her rights arising from admission to practise as a lawyer shall be suspended for the duration of the period of office.
The members of the Court exercise their duties independently and impartially, without bias as to personal, social or political interests or relations. In their entire conduct, they are mindful of ensuring that no doubts arise concerning their neutrality in the exercise of their office with regard to social, political, religious or ideological groups. This does not exclude affiliation with and, subject to due restraint, involvement in such groups as well as participating in the general social discourse.
Any person who, on grounds of conscience, refuses to render military service involving the use of arms may be required to perform alternative service. The duration of alternative service shall not exceed that of military service. Details shall be regulated by a law, which shall not interfere with the freedom to make a decision in accordance with the dictates of conscience and which shall also provide for the possibility of alternative service not connected with units of the Armed Forces or of the Federal Border Police.