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Top Controversial Cases of Money Laundering In India

Money laundering is the conversion of money from illegal to legal one. The Money so converted is illegal and is obtained from illegal activities. The Illegal activities may involve corruption, Fraud, Cheating etc. In India, Money Laundering is generally linked with corruption but other reasons are also there such as tax evasion. There are a lot of high-profile… Read More »

Overriding Effect of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code shall have an overriding effect over other laws. According to Section 238, the provisions of this Code shall have an effect, notwithstanding anything inconsistent therewith contained in any other law for the time being in force or any instrument having effect by virtue of any such law. In the leading case of ICICI… Read More »

Rape : Is humanity hitting a new low ?

Shameful, scandalous, shocking, unspeakable and unforgivable are the terminologies attached with the offence of rape. You just get disgusted after a while with humanity….. At present, the above line no more seems to be a metaphor and holds true because of the degrading human race against the commitment of the offenses. Recently occurred offenses of rape throw light upon… Read More »


A few days back while reading an article that pertained to the stringent rules being followed in Saudi Arabia, I was aghast at the minimal liberty granted to the citizens of such conservative countries. Seldom did someone raises his/her voice against the conservative forces for the fear of being killed? Ironically, I scoffed at the ill-treatment and the… Read More »

Triple Talaq: A Long Due Overhaul – Achieved or Still Too Far ?

The long due ban on Triple Talaq and the unanticipated judgment on the right to privacy seems to have ushered in a new era for the Indian judiciary system. These recently long promulgated judgments throw light upon the gradually increasing propensity of the judiciary to adapt to the liberal and modern ideals of the society. Yet these judgments… Read More »

Lack of Toilets at home: A ground of Cruelty

Lack of sanitation is a huge problem in India. India loses approximately 6.4% of the GDP in health costs, productivity losses and reduced tourism revenue due to inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene. The Swachh Bharat Mission has tried to make India open defecation free with India’s freedom struggle. More than half of people in rural areas still go… Read More »

70th Independence Day : My India, My Independence

Seventy years ago, India gained independence from the British. The definition of independence, however, has changed over the years. What does the word mean to todays generation? What does the idea of independence mean to them? What is it that they’d truly like to be free from? Freedom, in my opinion, is the freedom from conditioning. The liberty… Read More »

#1 Revisiting Independence : Burn hard as Bhagat Singh

These Bhagat Singh quotes are more than mere words, they are fragments of light which keep glowing when we meet the dark. Shaheed Bhagat Singh is an icon who continues to inspire the young, and the young at heart even in the post-modern world of the Internet and funky gadgets. The revolutionaries of India met his death on… Read More »


Skill-based training is a method for teaching visual art where students are introduced to skills that build on each other in order to intelligently translate objects into drawings, paintings, and sculptures. This includes being able to sensitively interpret three-dimensional subjects into two-dimensional artworks. In cases of sculpture, students work in a medium such as clay to better understand… Read More »