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“Evolution of Jurisprudence on Euthanasia and Attempt to Suicide in India (IPC Section 306 & 309)”

This article ‘Evolution of Jurisprudence on Euthanasia and Attempt to Suicide in India (IPC Section 306 & 309)’ by Praneet Pandey is a comprehensive analysis on Euthanasia and Attempt to Suicide in India. Introduction: Defining and Differentiating Euthanasia and Attempt to Suicide The basic dictionary meaning of the term ‘Suicide’ returns back several definitions one of which is:… Read More »

IELTS Brides: Dangerous Trend of ‘Contractual Marriages’ in Punjab

The article “IELTS Brides: Dangerous Trend of ‘Contractual Marriages’ in Punjab” by Satwinder Singh is a critical analysis of the conservative contractual marriages in Punjab. IELTS Brides: Dangerous Trend of  ‘Contractual Marriages’ in Punjab In a dusty village in the Barnala district of Punjab, 23-year-old Lovepreet Singh was found dead near the irrigation pump of a wheat farm… Read More »

The Russian Ukraine Conflict: What it means to India?

This article ‘The Russian Ukraine Conflict: What it means to India?’ by Charvi Devprakash is a critical analysis of the ongoing global crisis.  The Russian Ukraine Conflict: What it means to India? The Russian troops are unbridled in Ukraine. A mayhem no one anticipated in the 21st Century with strong institutions like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and… Read More »

The enduring impact of the ‘Right to Privacy Judgement’: An analysis of the current and prospective Data protection regimes in India

This article is written by Melvin John Joseph, and the title is The enduring impact of the ‘Right to Privacy Judgement’: An analysis of the current and prospective Data protection regimes in India. The Personal Data Protection Bill of 2021 is projected to be passed by the parliament in its upcoming session. A proper understanding of the prospective… Read More »

A Comprehensive Analysis of Increasing the Minimum Age of Marriage: Implications And Way Forward

This article provides an analysis of Increasing the minimum age of marriage, protection from sexual coercion and increased favourable exposure. A Comprehensive Analysis of Increasing the Minimum Age of Marriage: Implications And Way Forward India’s predominantly conservative and stereotypic society is governed more by social and religious customs than the “law of the land”. A detrimental consequence of… Read More »

Climate Change, a Disaster: Special Focus on Indian Himalayan Regions

In this essay, the authors have depicted that climate change is the reason why disaster management of a nation is affected. Climate Change, a Disaster: Special Focus on Indian Himalayan Regions “All across the world increasingly dangerous weather patterns and devastating storms are abruptly putting an end to the long-running debate over whether or not climate change is… Read More »

Tyranny of the Majority: Walking the Tight Rope

This article explains the Tyranny of the Majority by claiming that the formation of nations is influenced by the conception of nationalism and the notion of collective identity. Tyranny of the Majority: Walking the Tight Rope Nationalism is often regarded as one of the greatest driving forces in contemporary history, if not the most potent of all movements.… Read More »

Violation of Freedom of Press in India–Rule of State vs Democracy?

This article delves into the topic of Violations of Freedom of Press in India in depth. Including the Freedom of Press of rights or restrictions. Violation of Freedom of Press in India–Rule of State vs Democracy? The Government of India’s recent decision supporting the court’s verdict to stay an order against a social media company to remove posts… Read More »