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Swami Vivekanand Article Writing Competition 2020

About the Competition Vivekanand Samta Foundation is organizing the Article writing competition to encourage students from all parts of India to showcase their views and expression on contemporary issues. Themes Health and Hand Hygiene Water crisis & Water Pollution Sex Education: Is this still a Taboo in India Sanitary Pads: Problems of usage in India Emerging Infectious diseases… Read More »

COVID-19 Impacting Commercial Leases | By Shelly Gupta

This article by Shelly Gupta (Senior Associate at Sapphire & Sage, Law Offices) aims to lay emphasis on the impact of COVID-19 on commercial leases. Introduction | COVID-19 Impacting Commercial Leases Amidst the devastating impact of Coronavirus in short (“COVID-19”) life is changing dramatically so is the ability of businesses to operate in their leased spaces.  The Hon’ble Prime Minister… Read More »

Results: National Short Film Making Competition 2019

We are proud to announce the results of the 1st National Socio-Legal Short Film Making Competition 2019 organised in collaboration with National Commission for Women, Indian Lawyers Association, Udhvik Asha Welfare Foundation, and Legal Bites. The Organising Committee would like to thank every team of the 1st National Socio-Legal Short Film Making Competition 2019 for showing interest in the competition.… Read More »

Top 5 Tips for Making a Personal Injury Claim

If you have suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault, your first port of call should be to claim for compensation. While the process can be overwhelming and initially daunting, finding the right personal injury lawyer who has helped individuals in similar situations like yours can help strengthen your case and maximize the amount… Read More »

Online Gambling in India – What is the Legal Position?

There is no doubt that online gambling is a popular activity in India. Although technically there is no regulation of the activity to state whether it’s legal or illegal. The Indian government has not taken decisive action on this matter lately, and it seems as though the issue is being left to individual states to decide upon. However,… Read More »

Education and Nationalism: An Indian perspective by Rudrani Ghoshal

Ancient India hosted the most holistic education that focused on training an individual mentally, physically and spiritually. Importance was given more to morals, values, principles and social responsibilities than academic success. Education, in India, was a holy thing, that wasn’t meant to be adulterated by political and governmental influence. Over time, India faced various foreign invasions and underwent… Read More »

Free Speech: Does it Protect or Attack Nationalism? by Siddhi Yadav and Soumya Shandilya

Freedom of speech (free speech) and expression is an essential ingredient of democracy. In a free and open encounter truth prevails. However, absolute freedom will always lead to the destruction of democratic ideals. Hence limitations are indispensable to be imposed upon free speech. Many times, on the ground of nationalism, certain restrictions are imposed, and these restrictions, sometimes,… Read More »

Free speech: Subject Matter to Market Risks

Free speech is the most cherished right of any democracy. It is this fundamental right that allows us to speak our minds, have a different opinion and communicate to and criticize our elected representatives who form the government. Communicating with others is key to ensuring the smooth functioning of society. However, at present, this right seems to be… Read More »