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Clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies vis-a-vis religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes

To what extent, if any, should clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies accommodate religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes? In his book “Beyond the pleasure principle”[1] Neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud had studied a two year old boy in Vienna. The mother of the child travelled often and usually, the… Continue reading Clothing and equipment guidelines of international sports bodies vis-a-vis religious practices and beliefs of participating athletes

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Call for Papers

Alexis Foundation hereby invites original research papers on the following themes for publication in a book series: Theme 1 – War, Terrorism and National Security Sub-Themes 1. Forms of Terrorism that have plagued the world 2. New forms of warfare e.g. Cyber etc and measures to counter them 3. Using National Security to violate/oppress the… Continue reading Call for Papers

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Need of Uniform Civil Code for Unification of India

India is a vast country with 1.28 billion people, spread over 3270000 sq. kms. It has 22 official languages and other 1527 unofficial languages, which is a very unique thing. The country inhibits people from various religions out of which, there are 7 major religions and 4 of them, took birth in the country itself.… Continue reading Need of Uniform Civil Code for Unification of India

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Uniform Civil Code: Questioning India’s Definition Of Secularism

The Directive Principle of State policy gives us Article 44 –The Uniform Civil Code which  states “The State shall endeavour to secure for the citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India”. The Directive Principles are mere guidelines to states and are not enforceable in courts of law if they are not fulfilled… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code: Questioning India’s Definition Of Secularism

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Uniform Civil Code: A Dream Yet To Come True

It’s been over 65 years, and Article 44 still seeks implementation. If at all implemented, what are the changes that will follow? I will restrict myself to the impact it will have on grounds of gender. Will such implementation make a man and woman stand on the same platform? What change will it bring in… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code: A Dream Yet To Come True

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Alexis Research: Online Internship cum Recruitment Programme

Alexis Research is an autonomous research agency under the aegis of Alexis Foundation. Our mission is to enable businesses, individuals, organizations, and society as a whole to solve the most pressing problems faced by them by achieving cross-functional synergy through effective use of data-analytics, literature, legal framework, strategy, and digital and social media tools. We… Continue reading Alexis Research: Online Internship cum Recruitment Programme