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NJAC

NJAC: Flawed & Unconventional?

Introduction National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC), a plan proposed by the Legislature of our country for the appointment & transfer of the member of the...
lgbtq rights

LGBTQ Rights in India

Introduction Making a place in our society has been a challenge for a long period now. The only change that we can see now is...
suicide

Suicide and its legal provisions in India

Introduction Our religions do speak of suicide as sinful and evil in nature. According to the Islamic culture, the fate of those who die of...
women empowerment

Women Empowerment laws in India

Introduction Women Empowerment is making women independent and powerful in every aspect of life. It refers to bringing equality in the social order where both...
suicide

Suicide

INTRODUCTION Suicide, an act by which one takes their own life is one of the major and leading causes of death. A human being in...
judicial review

Judicial Review and the Constitution

Introduction India as a nation propagates ‘Rule of Law’ as its ultimate philosophy to govern all its socio-economic and political dimensions. This very philosophy is...
custody

Custodial Violence: A harsh truth & unrighteous act of some inhumane policemen   

Introduction: Let my voice be heard about the statistics of police brutality to date. So everyone is certainly aware of George Floyd's death due to...
national security act

NSA (RASUKA) – A Preventive Detention Law

Introduction ‘National Security Act’ or ‘Rasuka’ leads to the whole of  India, the act gives permission to the government to hold in custody a person...
child abuse

Child Abuse

Introduction: “Every child you encounter is a divine appointment”- Wess Stafford. But in today’s world, children are the one who is being abused both physically...
lgbt

Knock Knock: Help us, we are LGBT’S

Introduction “Moral indignation howsoever strong is not a valid basis for overriding the individual’s fundamental rights of dignity and privacy." This topic has less to speak...