In the last 67 years, India and Pakistan have been unable to resolve their differences and develop a normal good neighbourly relationship, which could have benefitted people on both sides of the border. There have been several attempts to initiate a sustainable peace process, but most were either stillborn or abandoned in their infancy.… Continue reading India-Pakistan Relations: A study in advancement
Here’s an interesting Power Point Presentation prepared by our Research Intern: [gview file=”http://youthforum.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/INDIA-RUSSIA-CHINA.pdf”] About the Author Nikhila P.P. is a student of School of Legal Studies at Cochin University of Science and Technology, pursuing her five year integrated B.B.A., LL.B. (HONS) course. She is also pursuing Company Secretary course under ICSI. She is interested in participating… Continue reading India-Russia-China: The Relationship
The organizing committee of Samvaad 2015 hereby invites articles, research papers or case studies on our central theme, Ek Bharat, Shreshth Bharat, to be compiled and published in a book. Eligibility 1. The submission is open to all students, research scholars, teachers and professionals around the world. 2. Joint entries shall be permitted; however, all… Continue reading Samvaad 2015 – Call for Papers
The Ebola virus was first discovered by scientists in September 1976 in Antwerp, Belgium. They had received two samples in Thermos from a nun in Yambuku. The nun was fatally ill. The scientists soon realised that they were dealing with a deadly and unknown virus. They named the infection “Ebola” after a local river which… Continue reading Ebola: A Wake up Call for India.
Reservation is the setting aside of a certain percentage of positions/seats/vacancies for members of backward and/or under represented communities, enacted with the object of providing a level playing field to citizens from all classes in the country and is governed by constitutional laws. But reservation as practised today has become nothing but another trick… Continue reading General Category Is The New Minority
“Where the contest is between those who are socially or economically unequal, the judicial process may prove disastrous from the point of view of social justice, if the Judge adopts a merely passive or negative role and does not adopt a positive and creative approach. The judiciary cannot remain a mere bystander or spectator but… Continue reading Of PILs and Activism