Nationalism: Vices in Disguise By – Saumya Singh

Abstract: India is the third largest Asian nation characterized by immense diversity in cultures, religions, languages, opinions, etc. However, diversity is often supplemented with differences and chaos because every section of the society is willing to be heard and looks forward to asserting their religious and political beliefs by contradicting others. This is one of the harsh realities… Read More »

Menses: Better Health, Better Status – By Ameya Nath

Abstract: Why do we never use the term menstruation while referring to a menstruating woman? Euphemism has been there to serve the purpose since time immemorial. Some of them are kept in isolation, others are not allowed to enter the temple room, some of them are even kept in cowsheds with no sanitation facilities or pads, they use… Read More »

Prepaway – Microsoft 70-741 Exam: General Overview and Top Resources to Use for Preparation

Introduction As a networking expert, your skills must be top-notch. Microsoft exams equip with hands-on skills that enable you to become an expert in your area of specialization. They have designed exams and certifications to test your skills in performing specific tasks. Their exams and certifications are always role-based and seek to prepare professionals for the job market.… Read More »

Honour Killing in India: A Crime in the name of Honour

There is nothing honourable in Honour Killing, and in fact, they are nothing but barbaric and shameful acts of murder committed by brutal and feudal-minded persons. I. Introduction to Honour Killing Life is unpredictable; nobody knows what will happen in the very next minute of his/her life. In this situation, every person has the right and wish to… Read More »

Difference between Trademark and Design Registration

Difference between Trademark and Design Registration | Overview Introduction Trademarks and Business When Should you go for Design Registration?  What Makes a Great Design? What’s the Difference? Designs are also applicable to business identity. How? Which Registration is more suitable? Legal Procedure outside India To initiate design registration you must make sure that it is new and distinct from……...

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Introduction to the Constitution of India, 1950

Introduction to the Constitution of India, 1950 | Overview Sources of the Constitution Salient Features of the Constitution of India Written Constitution Longest Constitution Partly rigid Partly Flexible Socialist State Secular State Welfare State Sovereign, Democratic, Republic Federal State with Unitary Bias Independence of Judiciary Single Citizenship Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles of State Policy Emergency……...

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Indian Politics in Peril – By Deepika Singla

Abstract Politics refer to the activities concerned with governing a country or an area. Indian politics works on the principle of Federalism, Republic, Parliamentary Democracy, Secularism, and Socialism. Equality, liberty, justice and periodic elections based on universal adult suffrage are jewels of Indian Politics. The political system is premised on the rocks of pluralism, co-existence, cooperation and coordination.… Read More »

Separation of Powers and Administrative Law

Separation of Powers and Administrative Law | Overview Montesquieu’s view Position in the United States Position in Britain Position in India The doctrine of Separation of Powers is of ancient origin. The history of the origin of the doctrine is traceable to Aristotle. In the 16th and 17th Centuries, French philosopher John Bodin and British Politician Locke respectively……...

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Rule of Law and Administrative Law

Meaning and Origin The rule of law is a product of centuries of the struggle of the people for the recognition of their inherent rights.1 In classical Greece, Aristotle wrote that “law should be the final sovereign”. In 1215, the Magna Carta checked in the corrupt and whimsical rule of King John by declaring that the government should……...

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