Ankita Shaw addresses the Kashmir issue by explaining the two prominent ideologies – religious nationalism and secular nationalism. She also explains the other questions of significance raised by the two nations of India and Pakistan.
Toshan Chandrakar explains about the basic human rights and the gender – based rights and how the some of the laws framed tend to alienate men while seeking to protect women.
Jhankruti Badani elucidates about SAARC , its evolution and its significance in the present day scenario. She explains as to how it is relevant with respect to its objective of establishing peace and cooperation among member nations, and the possible position of India as a hegemon within the bloc.
Ayush Chowdhury explains the various religions prevalent in India and their associated advantages and disadvantages. He also mentions about the role of religion in politics and science and the possible drawbacks of a religious society, religious dominance etc.
Aditi Nandanwar elucidates the Juvenile Justice Act 2000, and the subsequent amendments brought under the Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill of 2015. She also points out the loopholes in the Bill that need to be addressed, taking into account the socio – economic background of the juvenile etc.
Varun Srivastav gives an overview of the Uniform Civil Code and emphasizes upon the significance of its implementation in India, which will then do away with the instances of discrimination against women under personal laws and other such irregularities.