The #LawDarshan (Part I): JaipurSeptember 16 2016
It is the beginning of September, and the weather is relatively kind to the lawyers appearing in courts in Rajasthan. Nevertheless, I am feeling the heat. The lawyers, though, tell me I have come at a good time; summers can be quite oppressive in these parts.
Made of the city’s trademark pink sandstone, the building housing the bench of the Rajasthan High Court at Jaipur melds in with its surroundings. While the old building is now used as chambers of many advocates, the new building - located . . .
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