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A Long Trip From Patriarchy To Parity: Permanent Commission For Women In Army

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The military has traditionally been thought of as a male-dominated profession, but it now includes women in every capacity, setting an example for others to follow. Women were first admitted in...

Sedition Law: A Colonial Bane?

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According to Government Data, there were a total of 326 sedition cases filed in India from 2014 to 2019, out of which only 6 were convicted. Further, a study of sedition cases over the last dec...

Separation of Power: A comparative study

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separatioThe article deals with the separation of powers, its historical background, origin and development, then gradually comes to the point where we can differentiate in the concept followed...

POCSO Act, Its Need And Relevance In India

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Children are an important marginalized group who, frequently get suffer from various types of exploitation, the most of which is sexual exploitation. As a result, they are marginalized not only...

Was The Introduction Of DPSP Into India's Constitution Really Significant?

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India's Constitution is the world's longest written constitution of any independent country. The Indian Constitution, on the other hand, is known as a jumble of borrowings due to its numerous o...

Legislative Procedure of Parliament

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All legislative proposition is brought previously Parliament as Bills. A Bill is a rule in draft. It must be in an appropriate configuration bearing such matters as long and short titles, autho...

Same-Sex Marriage And Homosexuality In India: An Insight

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Human sexuality is complicated. Accepting the distinction between desire, behaviour, and individuality affirms the complex nature of sexuality. The fact that these dimensions may not always be ...

Uniform Civil Code In Foreign Countries: Its Evaluation From The Perspective ...

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The Uniform Civil Code lays down a set of laws governing the personal affairs of all citizens, irrespective of religion, which may require an hour and ensure that their fundamental and constitu...

Street Food Vendors And Their Flickering Right To Livelihood In Time Of Pandemic

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India, one of the worst-affected countries by COVID-19 has eased most lockdown restrictions and attempted to reopen its battered economy, but some restrictions on street trade remain, and many ...

Anti-Torture and Custodial Death

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Our constitution has embedded fundamental rights to ensure certain fundamental freedoms rights and liberties to our citizens, and several establishments like Human Rights Commission, NGOs are m...