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Laws related to Women in India

The problem of violence against women is multifaceted – Remember knowledge is power. Given the number of crimes that are committed against women, it is pertinent that women are aware of the laws that are in place to protect them. The National Commission for Women was set up as statutory body in January 1992 under the National Commission for Women… Read More »

When Will India Get Its Independence?

“Once thousands were against rape, now lakhs are supporting a rapist.” RIP to those candle marches, which we have learned from Rang De Basanti; after all, we have learned because that was trendy and catchy. When will India get its independence? ‘Twenty-first century India: (n.) Where youth is updating their Snapchat, parents are busy worshiping fake gods, society… Read More »

Journalistic Ethics – Essay

Journalistic Ethics is the standardized principles of belief, conscience, conduct and of good practice that is the assistance in decision-making in relation to perplexed challenges and moral question faced by a journalist. Journalism’s fundamental objective is in serving people with fair and impartial news, comments, views and information regarding all matter concerning public interest unbiased and accurately, using decent… Read More »

The Conflict of Sexuality and Morality in Law: Multicultural Visions in a Transnational Age

“Vatr naryasto pojyantay, ramantay tatr devta”— 3/56 Manusmriti (Where Women are provided place of honor, Gods are pleased and reside there in that household) Introduction Can Women’s Sexuality destroy society? The positivist legal order compounds that Sexuality in ‘Gender’ is a substantive question with the binary of gender being perceived as “sameness” or as “difference”. On the other… Read More »

Value Added Tax (VAT) and its Impact on Revenue Generation in India

INTRODUCTION Indirect tax system plays an important role in the economic development of a country by influencing the rate of production and consumption. The Government of India has after committing to the World Trade Organization (WTO) regime, decided to modernize and streamline its indirect taxation, in the light of the experience of other WTO member countries. Value Added… Read More »

Analysis: The Three Years of Swachh Bharat

The key problem with the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) is that the government is primarily focussed on promotions and events of the scheme rather than its implementation. Economics of Investing in Swacch Bharat The lack of sanitation is the leading cause of diarrhea among children under five, leading to stunting among children and also results in several preventable… Read More »

Loudspeakers at religious places – Violation of right to Privacy

“Right to privacy” is an integral part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty guaranteed in Article 21 of the Constitution,” the SC’s nine judges bench ruled unanimously. It added that the right to privacy is intrinsic to the entire fundamental rights chapter of the Constitution. Case filed for removal of loudspeakers from religious places Recently a PIL filed by… Read More »

Indian Moral Preaching Suffers from Great Depression

Indian Moral Preaching Suffers from Great Depression Education is one of the unique gifts specific to human beings. Education is for everyone irrespective of his or her differences in India. Long ago, there was education based on professions. Though some Indians had no script education, they had training in their professions. Though they had the least idea of… Read More »

Start-up in India and Economic Growth

India has seen significant growth in entrepreneurship lately, and start-ups are beginning to dramatically impact the economy. With an average age of 28, India’s entrepreneurs rank among the youngest in the world. The formalization of India’s start-up economy is also increasing, with funding for start-up companies more than doubling between 2014 and 2015. The top MBA Colleges from… Read More »