Sunday, March 7, 2010

Lawkhoj.com: Free Indian Legal Search engine - New Features

I hope you all got to use lawkhoj.com, especially the new interface which is easier to use. The new interface takes a little more time to load, but has unprecedented benefits, as now one can view the search results without refreshing the page (hence takes lesser time) and one can get a quick overview of relevant law journals, legal articles, judgments, legislation, reports etc on a particular topic. Those who prefer to use the old version of Law Khoj's search engine for Indian legal research can do so by clicking on a link just below the Law Khoj search box.

The whole idea of Law Khoj was to make Indian legal research more convenient. We continue to increase the number of relevant websites which are given priority in Law Khoj and would request our users to suggest more Indian and foreign open access journals, legal blogs and other relevant websites.

Law Khoj's main search engine for Indian legal research has now been made open to the entire internet instead of searching only through a handful of websites, as we realized that legal knowledge in India can be found in unusual places. However, in order to ensure that users of Law Khoj are not troubled with results from popular sites (social networking, classified ads, entertainment sites etc), we have blocked their results on Law Khoj.

We are trying to do our best to make legal research in India as quick good as possible and your constant feedback will help us in doing so. In pursuance of this, we have formed a group on facebook called : "Lawkhoj.com- The Legal Google" and have also started tweeter account for Lawkhoj and we urge you to join them and keep telling us how we can serve you and other law researchers better.

Best

Arjun Sheoran and Rahul Sarin

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  2. The biggest benefit of shifting to Law Khoj is that the website loads very quickly (as compared to this blog or even indiankanoon.org) and you'll enjoy a simple and clutter free interface.

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  3. Just fantastic,Law Khoj is a dream-come-true for young & aspiring law researchers in india.Keep going,my full support to Law Khoj.

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  4. Dear sir
    I am an Assistant Professor in Physics,l working in government sector. I suffered from physically disabled with 90% disability. I like to do my PhD work with 6 month regular course work according to UGC new regulation. But govt. not grant me 6 month study leave permission for PhD course work. So i request to you kindly inform me the law and justice , by which i can appeal for 6 month study leave as disable employee.

    Thanks you

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  5. Is there any special study leave permission for disable employee

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  6. Dear Mr. Arjun, I need legal guidance on the matter related to property rights. I am a female adopted by my maternal aunt(masi) when i was 1 year old but no legal adoption procedure was done. I have i brother and 1 sister from my biological parents. I would like to know whether i have rights in my biological parents property? as i recently came to know that my biological parents and my sibilings are trying to eliminate my rights from the property. Moreover they have recently sold some of their property and have distributed money to my brother and sister but have not given me a single penny. Can i file a suite against them and on what grounds? please guide.

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  8. I would like to know whether i have rights in my biological parents property? as i recently came to know that my biological parents and my sibilings are trying to eliminate my rights from the property. Moreover they have recently sold some of their property and have distributed money to my brother and sister but have not given me a single penny.http://kanoonquestions.com/badges/ I like to do my PhD work with 6 month regular course work according to UGC new regulation.

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