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.
Medha Varshney talks about the importance of Make in India scheme launched by the Modi Government. INTRODUCTION Make in India is a B.J.P. campaign which was first time brought by Prime Minister Mr. Narender Modi in Sep, 2014. The purpose of this policy is to increase the domestic manufacturing business and to attract F.D.I. to… Continue reading Make In India
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
Abeera elucidates the concept of gender equality and the lacunae in it’s implementation. It highlights the plight of men and women, due to gender based violence and suppressive notions, and how the need to stride over the same becomes increasingly integral.
Surrogacy was meant to be one of the most powerful initiatives but as soon as the word “Commercial” got associated, things began to shatter out. Here is a short article by Sneha who explores all the faces of this die and explains why the word “Commercial” should be detached immediately from it.
“Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children” -George Bernard Shaw
On 15th August 1947, India became a free nation. Free from all the oppression. Free from all the brutality. Free from all the restrictions. But as India celebrates its 70th Independence Day, a major dilemma surfaces in every youth’s mind – are we free in every sense? Have all the chains actually been broken? Independence… Continue reading Independence & Freedom
Life is a race where we compete against infinite number of unknown participants, all of them trying to leap across their respective hurdles.” Here are Vernika Tanwani’s views on how life is transforming into a race.
Debashree Mukherjee has elucidated the history of discrimination and injustice inflicted upon women by exploring the ideologies of many western philosophers as John Stuart Mill etc. She puts an account of the instances of discrimination inflicted, via texts and popular beliefs, and states the nature of discrimination practiced in a diverse manner across cultures.
How many times do we find ourselves rushing out to our windows and balconies to witness a neighbor’s wedding procession? We wish to be a part of the celebrations, tapping our feet to the beat of the drums. When the streets are illuminated and music emanates from the corners and crevices, nearly everyone is grooving… Continue reading The Silent Spectators