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‘A people’s court’
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N. Sridharan

Interview with Solicitor General of India Mohan Parasaran.

By V. VENKATESAN


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The legal system revolves around litigants. Yet,there are no laws for
them. We have laws for judges and lawyers. We need laws on protection
of litigants,and their rights.
from:  Deendayal Lulla
Posted on: Apr 27, 2013 at 12:36 IST
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