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.
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.
Vijaya Singh Gautam explains the UCC, along with commenting upon the legislature’s reservation in framing a legislation towards its implementation, due to a communal outcry that maybe caused. The author also comments upon the question of the possible extent of state intervention in the cultural matters, even when India remains a secular country.
Akash Kumar Prasad gives an overview of the concept of the Uniform Civil Code, along with the governing laws and significant features imbibed. It also analyzes the need for its implementation and the communal etc. problems that such an execution can tackle.
Radha Sharan talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in the country. India is a secular country which means that it has no particular religion to be followed. People are free to profess and practice any religion they wish to. Due to various religions in India, various personal laws are also there that govern… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code – Need For Modern India
Tushar Krishnani debates the constitutional validity of Section 21 of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 in this essay. Introduction Section 21 of the Hindu Succession Act provides that where two persons have died, in circumstances rendering it uncertain whether either of them, and if so which survived the other then, for all purposes affecting succession to… Continue reading Constitutional Validity of Section 21 of Hindu Succession Act, 1956