Anyatama Nayak writes about the implementation and the current scenario pertaining to mid-day meal scheme in India. The Mid-day meal scheme was started by the Government to provide the much needed nutrition that is needed for the students who go to school. This also provides an incentive to students who are willing to attend school.… Continue reading The Mid-day Meal Scheme: Lessons Learnt and The Way Forward
Swathi analyses the evolution and the implementation of RTE Act, 2009. INTRODUCTION Education as defined in Black Stone law dictionary, comprehends not merely the instruction received at schools and colleges. Education is nothing but a system of giving and taking of knowledge or we can call it as a system of sharing of knowledge which… Continue reading Right To Education Act, 2009
Rishab Chaudhary in this article discusses sedition laws in India. India, with a population of over 1 billion is said to be a sovereign socialist democratic republic nation. It fosters a history of independence, which was attained over 69 years ago. The Constitution of India, which serves as an intrinsic backbone to every other law… Continue reading The Mask of Sedition
Aditi Nandanwar analyses the Naxal Movement in India and it being a huge threat to the security of our country. Whenever people come to know that I study in Chhattisgarh, the first question that they ask me is whether I am afraid of the Naxals and whether or not I have seen them. The Naxalite… Continue reading How Big A National Threat Is The Naxal Movement?
“Right to Information is envisioned to set up a system for the populaces of India where they can secure access to information under the control of public authorities. Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen may appeal information from a government authority which is obligatory to be replied expeditiously or within thirty days. One… Continue reading Evolution of the Right to Information Act
Aanchal Singla, in this article explains the concept of fatwas and its status quo in India, with reference to the 2014 Supreme Court case – Vishwa Lochan Madan v. Union of India. MEANING OF FATWA A Fatwa is an Arabic word where the linguistic meaning is “opinion”. It is a term prevalent in the Islamic religion. The person… Continue reading Validity of Fatwas In India