Shubham Gupta elucidates the unfair and unjust practices that the prisoners undergo in Indian jails, which comprise of corruption and insensitive police handling, along with other examples of deprivation of rights of the prisoners.
Kartik Agarwal elucidates the problems in the defamation laws in India, and how a balance between the fundamental rights and the restrictions upon them on the ground of defamation should be made, to not deprive the citizenry of their constitutional guarantees.
Shreya Sharma talks about Right to Education in India. Right to Education in a lay man’s language means the right of every citizen of India to get educated. In technical sense ‘Right to Education’ is a right that has been granted to us as a fundamental right by the Constitution of India, this means that… Continue reading Right to Education
Shreya Sharma talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in India. The term civil code means to cover the entire body of laws governing rights relating to property and otherwise in personal matters like marriage, divorce, maintenance, adoption and inheritance. Therefore, uniform civil code means unifying all the personal laws to have one set… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code
Shreya Mundra talks about Gender Equality In India. INTRODUCTION With the male dominant society of ours, they were times were women were never assumed to be a person with in intellect. Women were only treated as a doormat by men, but with the passing of time the country has gradually evolved to be a better… Continue reading Gender Equality
Shreya Mundra talks about Sexual Harassment laws for the protection of women in India. Introduction At least one half of the global population are women, who are often regarded as a weaker sex when compared to man’s superiority and dominance In fact the equality between men and women was almost unknown to our country… Continue reading Sexual Harassment Laws For Women in India
Shreya Mundra gives an Analysis of the Right to Information Act 2005. INTRODUCTION With the growing changes in the country there was a requirement for greater transparency and accountability of all the organs of the government which thereby makes a compulsion on the Parliament to enact a law which could justify the growing demands of the… Continue reading Analysis of the Right to Information Act 2005
Harshit Joshi talks about the need for educating the children irrespective of their gender for the betterment of the nation. INTRODUCTION As the time passed by the country developed in various aspects one of which was educating children for a better future. People in the earlier times used to think that education has no… Continue reading Educating Children – The Future Of Nation
Harshit Joshi talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in the country. INTRODUCTION Uniform civil code under Article 44 is a proposal to replace the various personal laws of different community or religion which are based on their particular traditions or customs with a common set of rules governing every citizen of the country.… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code
Harshit Joshi talks about the LGBT Rights in the country. INTRODUCTION LGBT means lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are discriminated and also face violence and inequality because of their sexual orientations and gender preference. There are limited LGBT rights granted to these people in some countries which… Continue reading LGBT Rights in India