The High Court of Manipur in association with Manipur Judicial Academy, Bar Council of Manipur, High Court Bar Association of Manipur and All Manipur Bar Assocation observed the 70th Consitution Day on Monday, the 26th day of November, 2018 at the Auditorium of High Court of Manipur in august presence of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar, the Chief Justice of High Court of Manipur, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Lanusungkum Jamir, Judge, High Court of Manipur, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Kh. Nobin Singh, Judge, High Court of Manipur, Shri N. Kumarjit Singh, Advocate General, Manipur, Shri Okram Madhuchandra Singh, Chairman, Bar Council of Manipur, Shri H.S. Paonam, President, High Court Bar Association of Manipur and Shri Kh. Brajit Singh, Vice-President, All Manipur Bar Association.
A complete judicial system is the corner stone of a civilized society. The judiciary and the Courts in any society are in a continuous process of change and transition. Manipur was an Independent State before the advent of British in Manipur. The Ruler i.e. the King of Manipur was the head of both judiciary and executive. The king, under the monarchy system, looked into the matter of administration of justice by establishing different Courts and empowering some wise and noble persons under him to take up judicial works for deciding disputes and cases according to uncodified customary laws, usages and the principle of natural justice. ...READ MORE
Objectives:- To abolish illiteracy from the country To provide free and compulsory education to all children of age 6 to 14 years To ensure the child for an all round development of personality: physical, mental, moral and social. Introduction:- Education is the back bone of a nation. Without education, people cannot work productively, care for their health, sustain and protect themselves and their families or culturally enriched lives. Illiteracy makes it difficult for them to interact in society in a spirit of understanding peace, tolerance and gender equality among all people and groups. As Mahatama Gandhi the father of nation said, “Education certainly is a mean to all round progress of man, in other words the path way to human development goes through the lane of education. Moreover true education is the sole basis of achieving one’s purpose in life. It is education, which can ascertain ultimate peace for human being”. Learning begins at birth and continues til ...READ MORE
The tiny and glorious State of Manipur was a monarchial State before Manipur was merged into the Dominion of India with effect from 15th Oct., 1949 by signing the merger agreement between the dominion of India and the Maharajah of Manipur only on 21st September, 1949 at Shillong. The Manipur had its own constitutional law and other laws enforced from time to time. The Indian Constitution under which provides such provision of Sixth Schedule came into force only from 26th January, 1950. As such, in order to clarify the legal position of Sixth Schedule in the State of Manipur as it was a monarchial, independent country ruled by different monarchs from time to time before merger into the dominion of India, it is needed to trace out the source of legislation as to why and how such Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India had come into force. In British India, the Constitutional advances began in the year about 1833, as such Regulating Act, 1773 had established the Governorship of f ...READ MORE
In our society in the State of Manipur, we have been facing various unending problems, such as corruption, injustice, human rights violations, crime against women, law and order, and failure in all respect. We may put a big question to ourselves that why and how we have been facing these unlimited various problems in our state? The BIG answer may be because of lack of governance or misgovernance. If the proper governance is there everything can be checked in a proper manner. Here I would like to mention that the most important problem is lack of governance or misgovernance in our State. So it can be said that misgovernance causes all these unlimited various problems and it may be termed as the mother of all the problems. Then, why this lack of governance or themisgovernance in our State? Because too much corruption in politics and too much dirty in our electoral system. We have seen openly and also transparently in buying and selling of votes during the course of the present electoral ...READ MORE