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Democracy

The word means people of India electing their governments at all levels (Union, State and local) by a system of universal adult franchise. Every citizen of India, who is minimum 18 years of age, is entitled to cast his vote. Every citizen enjoys this right without any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, colour, sex, religion or education. 

Parliament in the Indian Polity

Over the past half-century, India has undergone a massive change from the number of political parties, nature of politics, number…
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IPC AND GENDER BIAS

The principle of equality has been enshrined in the preamble to the Constitution of India. Article 14 of the Constitution…
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Bowing down to patriarchy

One of the success stories of affirmative action in India has been the implementation of reservation of seats in local…
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LEGAL VALIDITY OF STING OPERATION IN INDIA

In the current period where information and communication technology such as news, appear to travel more faster than light whether…
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REFORMS IN MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW: NEED OF THE HOUR

The Muslim Personal Law reforms are in news nowadays due to the pendency of litigations in the Supreme Court of…
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National Voters Day- 25th January

Here’s the day to celebrate Democracy in India. We are here celebrating our seventh National Voters day today, on 25th…
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Supreme Court ignoring perils of imposed nationalism?

The Supreme Court has transgressed into moral policing yet again with its recent decision to make the singing of the…
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SEPARATION OF POWERS

The Theory of Separation of Powers emerged as a distinct doctrine in the “Espirit De Lois” or “Spirit of laws”…
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  Grab the opportunity to be a PUBLISHED WRITER !! SEND YOUR ENTRIES ON OR BEFORE 12TH NOVEMBER 2016. Celebrate…
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किसी की सफलता , किसी की सजा…!!

उस दिन मैं दोपहर के भोजन के दौरान टेलीविजन पर चैनल सर्च कर रहा था। अचानक सिर पर हथौड़ा मारने…
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EUTHANSIA: LEGALIZATION, ISSUES AND CHALLENGES (INDIAN PERSPECTIVE)

“I'm not afraid of being dead. I'm just afraid of what you might have to go through to get there.”…
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At the crux of the Kashmir issue

Kashmir is and has always been a topic too sensitive to discuss or to talk about. However, this abstinence has…
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Misuse of section 498A IPC

Domestic violence needs a coordinated and systemic response from the justice system. While Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code…
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CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 1986: DECODED

Overview The consumer protection laws aim to safeguard interest of consumers it protects them from being cheated and victimized by…
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STATUTORY PRESUMPTIONS & CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS: AN ANALYSIS

INTRODUCTION As per the Statutory mandate under the Indian Evidence Act, courts can draw two kinds of presumption i.e., presumption…
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An Anarchist Ideology

The long learnt mathematical lessons would see its application on road as the Delhi government plans on to implement its…
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RELINQUISHING THE PRESTIGIOUS MOMENT!

Shrinking space for freedom of expression and growing intolerance towards difference of opinion has become a boiling issue from the…
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The fluctuating value of Human Life

After the terrorist attacks on Paris last week, there was widespread coverage of the attack in all the news media…
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TO BE OR NOT TO BE? – That is the question!

He was exuberant. Vivacious.  He enjoyed Shakespeare and poetry. He breathed the Eros in that moving city of London. He…
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Worshipping False Gods.

An open letter to fellow Indians. My dear compatriots, This letter comes from someone many of you have known, supported…
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