Judiciary is failing us, said Justice A.P. Shah, former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court in a hard-hitting speech on August 16, 2020. Explicitly, Justice Shah spoke at the inaugural session of the Janta Parliament webinar;...
The Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy; or other wise known as the Ministry of AYUSH; has the objective to develop education, conduct research and spread awareness about alternative medicine systems in India. The Ministry was formed on 9th of...
Artificial Intelligence has become a buzzword that can make people imagine situations that are beyond the capabilities of technology. There is consensus among countries across the globe that AI is a game-changer and a key contributor for the future...
On his two day visit to Bishkek, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Kyrgyz capital for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit. It was his first multilateral engagement, post his re-election where he met Chinese President Xi Jinping and...
India's demand for electricity in the year 2018-19 was 1,196,309 GWh. Total electricity generation, on the other hand, was 1,547,000 GWh. Though India has the infrastructure for generating surplus power, its distribution infrastructure was lacking. Thankfully, various programmes, such...
"Human Rights are not a privilege conferred by the government. They are every human being's entitlement by the virtue of their humanity."~Mother Teresa Human Rights, Law, and Justice are the pillars on which the entire edifice of the society is...
Dushyant Dave opined that the Judges chose to sit silently in their ivory towers; when great misery befell on the citizens of India; after the government announced a nation-wide lockdown at only a four-hour notice. Dave made the statements,...
Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of Jammu & Kashmir describes J&K Domicile Rules Notification as the dawn of a new era. In addition, he said history will vindicate us; thus, prove that this course correction was in keeping with...
For the second conservative month, India's exports declined by a record 60.28 per cent in April to USD 10.36 billion; according to the Federation of Indian Exports Organisation’s (FIEO) Press Release. The Fall In Imports, Exports And Trade Deficit Imports also...
"Aaj chocolate nai laye Shukla Tai Ji? Kaha dengey chocolate? Yaha ya bathroom mai? Yaad nai aa raha? Mai yaad karati hoon. Meri princess, duniya ki sabse khoobsurat ladki hai meri bachi. Yaad aaya? Apne haath sey mera Mooh...
While being subjected to criticism, former Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi gave the Keynote Address on “Ensuring an Independent Judiciary under our Constitution: Confronting the Contemporary Challenges” in a Webinar; the Confederation for Alumni for National Law...
Corruption/ Money Laundering remains an issue everywhere throughout the world. Corruption like bribery and theft of public goods generate an additional, illegal amount of revenue. Consequently, this revenue is laundered to enter the economic system without the shame of...
The Aarogya Setu app remains, purportedly, a big part of India's multi-pronged approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic. Developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC), the government has been pushing aggressively for its adoption. According to the current lockdown guidelines,...
There is a power struggle within the Supreme Court Bar Association after Ashok Arora, SCBA Secretary, called for an "extraordinary meeting"; to remove Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave from the post of SCBA President, and the primary membership of the...
India is developing at a rapid rate. But there are still some age-old and objectionable practices that pull us miles behind.  Sex-selective infanticide is one such a practice. Female infanticide is a heinous crime. In simple terms, it is...
In simpler words, discrimination refers to the practice of unfairly treating a person or group differently from other people or groups of people. Often inciting hatred and hostility for a person or groups of person. Once the hatred triggered...
India is in the midst of a pandemic, just like the rest of the world. As the country combats COVID-19, millions are starving. Food security in India during the pandemic has concerned many, including the World Trade Organisation. Food...
'Homophobia is the act of victimizing a person emotionally, physically, sexually, or verbally because they are transgender .' Hate speech directed at transgenders and other homosexuals are also covered under homophobia.  Of course, the root cause of this problem...
The religious freedom conditions in India were widely covered by world media in 2019, often citing a drastic downward trend in the religious freedom of the country. In effect, the United Nation Commission on International Religious Freedom recommended designation...
An international NGO, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) claims that India is on verge of a food crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic. The NGO also tried to bring attention towards “discriminatory” enforcement of laws against Muslims and other...
Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) published the FAQs surrounding the 'Innovative Challenge for Development of a Video Conferencing Solution'. The FAQs published in view of the extensive use of video conferencing amid COVID-19 lockdown. Video-conferencing is being...
The office of Special Inspector General of Police, Maharashtra issued an advisory warning on April 08, 2020. The warning stated that admins of WhatsApp groups along with users could be punished for posting objectionable content on WhatsApp groups. The...
What people most often forget is, India is at the end of the day a democracy. Whenever there shall be bouts of autocratic rule and authoritarianism, people will come together and rise up against it. Even in the smallest...
India attained independence in 1947 after years of ordeal under the colonial rule. The dawn of new era marked with the tenets of equality to all, freedom and upholding various individual rights earlier curbed by the colonial government. But,...
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. -Nelson Mandela The aforesaid quote rightly indicates the value of education in India. India, having the largest youth population, has propounded the importance of education and its...
One of the main features that are shaping the contemporary world is globalization. Nowadays, our planet has become a “global village” with markets that are launching multinational companies to an unprecedented expansion. A further, crucial aspect of globalization is the...

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In India, banter between strangers such as exchanging names, occupations, family details, incomes and even marital status, is not unusual but has relatively low risk of misuse as their paths are not as likely to cross as often as...
Incarceration can be defined as imprisonment and death by incarceration may alternatively be known as imprisonment till death. Everyone fears the end of life or death as we call it and so does the offender. In India, the death...
  Introduction: In the 21st Century, religion and freedom have been seen as two contradictory terms. In relation to religion, the freedom of expression has been tested in recent times. In a pluralistic society like ours, religion has a profound impact...
Sabarimala is a Hindu pilgrimage centre in Kerala. The temple is situated on top of a hill and is believed to have the highest number of annual pilgrimages. This temple allows men of all ages to enter the shrine...