Tag: Dictionary

Control

The word ‘control’, as we have seen, was used for the first time in the Constitution and it is accompanied by the word ‘vest’ which is a strong word. It shows that […]

Peremptory

Obligatory or Unchallengeable Examples : This Court in the case of P. Anand Gajapathi Raju and Others Vs. P.V.G. Raju (Died) and Others, has held that the language of Section 8 is […]

Apposite

Just and suitable in specific circumstances Example : The following passage from the speech of Lord Chancellor in Local Government Board v. Arlidge [1915] A.C. 120 is apposite and instructive. “My Lords, […]

Burden of proof

The expression “burden of proof” really means two different things. It means sometimes that a party is required to prove an allegation before judgment can be given in, its favour ; it […]

Trade Union

The Trade Unions Act, 1926 “Trade Union” means any combination, whether temporary or permanent, formed primarily for the purpose of regulating the relations between workmen and employers or between workmen and workmen, […]

Dharma Samgraha by Nagarjuna

धर्मसंग्रहः। ॥ नमो रत्नत्रयाय॥ रत्नत्रयं नमस्कृत्य सर्वसत्त्वहितोदयम्। कथ्यते मोहनाशाय धर्मसारसमुच्चयः॥ १. तत्र प्रथमं तावत् त्रीणि रत्नानि। तथद्या- बुद्धो धर्मः संघश्चेति॥ २. त्रीणि यानानि। [तद्यथा-] श्रावकयानम्, प्रत्येकबुद्धयानम्, महायानं चेति॥ ३. पञ्च बुद्धाः। तद्यथा-वैरोचनः, […]