INTRODUCTION The exchange of sexual activity for money is prostitution. How sex is advertised and procured encompasses a variety of acts, people and places, but its significance is often ignored in society as a whole. Although often associated with women selling sex to men, men can, of course, sell sex to other men and women. … Read more Should prostitution be legalized? Past and present of its law and Philosophy
Who are the Naxalites? The term ‘Naxal’ derives its name from the Naxalbari village in West Bengal. Their origin can be traced back to the division of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), which lead to the formation of Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist).i The movement moved from West Bengal to less developed areas of … Read more What are the Indian government’s policy towards Naxalites
Recently, the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 has been passed by the Lok Sabha. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 has become a heated topic for debate and discussions since the time that it was introduced. It seeks to amend some provisions of the Citizenship Act 1955 to enable the people from the minority background to get … Read more Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019- All you need to know
5G is the latest infinity stone in the gauntlet of cellular networks attained after the fifth incarnation of the original 1G network of the 1970s. This 5G which is potent of high resolution and bi-directional large bandwidth shaping is allegedly fifty times faster than its predecessor the 4G network, promising the peak data speed to … Read more Giga Leap: 5G: Economic Opportunities & Concerns
Over the years, democracy has established itself as a rather distinctive tool essential for the efficient and wholesome governance of a country. This forms the basis of rule of law which inherently confers an important status to every citizen of a country through which they can exercise their natural rights. With civilians clashing with the … Read more THE HONG KONG CRISIS – THE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY
Introduction The State is divided into three branches- Legislature(law-making), Executive(law implementation) and Judiciary(adjudication)- which works together towards proper functioning of the State. All three branches play a very important role in the functioning of the State. As Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law describes, the legislator is a person who makes laws. In the modern democratic … Read more Reservation for Women in Parliament
Introduction Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), as the name suggests, gives special powers to the armed forces to be exercised in a specific region, declared as “disturbed” areas. There are two Acts, AFSPA, 1958 extended to some parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, and Tripura (in 2018, Center revoked AFSPA from Meghalaya) and … Read more How AFSPA affects women’s rights?
Now in its second innings, the Modi government is pushing hard on education reforms, and one does not have to rattle his grey cells much to know why the road to development goes through rural India and with the majority of the population in the villages illiterate and/or unemployed due to poor education, it seems … Read more Road to Future – The Draft Education Policy
Any policy imposing a ban acts as a carpet bombing at first but then the devastating effects emerge which lead to an ultimate failure of the policy. Alcohol, drugs and other intoxicating substances being a menace need to be tackled with precision and a decisive decision in such matters need to be taken. Imposing a … Read more Is Prohibition the Solution to Kick the Bottle?
The United States of America and China, are two of the most dominant and prevalent superpowers, which would play a major role in shaping the future of this world. So, when a trade war takes place between the two countries, interesting things ought to happen. The seemingly unexpected collapse of the trade negotiations between the … Read more The Huawei Fiasco: How the US-China Trade War might be Killing Technology?