Radha Sharan elucidates the concept of gender equality and the challenges that might be inflicted. The paper also specifies that the notion of gender equality, however, shall not create any different kind of disparity in the urge to equalize.
Ridam Arsh elucidates upon the humanitarian and the legal aspects of LGBT rights in India, along with uncovering the moral element associated with it, and how the same may breed incessant discrimination.
Rishabh Jain gives the basic ideologies as to the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ program of the Govt., along with commenting about it objects and associated benefits.
Shraddhaa Tiwari elucidates the Goverment’s campaign of ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ and the atrocities inflicted. She also comments upon the strategies via programmes and schemes formulated by the Govt. to address the matter efficiently.
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.