The ICJ’s Jadhav Case

The International Court of Justice was formed after the utter failure of League of Nations’ Permanent Court of Justice in 1946. In 1947, the Court handled its first case, between the United Kingdom v. Albania. Since then, the Court has had 178 cases to deal…

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Essentials of writing a Contract in India

The world today enters into more contracts than it has ever before and no trend shows that it will ever be decreasing in the future. Contracts have become a much more integral part of our lives be it admitting someone into a hospital, buying a…

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The labour laws and COVID-19

Corona warriors are fighting at there peak. But still many of us can't understand what's the meaning of stay home. It is true fact that India's literacy rate is very low. Most of population is illiterate but do we know what is the worst part?…

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Agonizing Need for Gender Neutrality in Indian Rape Laws

Gender Neutrality The fairly recent development in the definition of rape under the Indian Penal Code to include non-penile vaginal acts of penetration, despite concurred to be wayward, continues to conform to a gender-specific notion of rape based on a predetermined characterization of the victim-perpetrator…

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Internet shutdowns in India

The internet is unarguably a tool that is used by most of the people worldwide. It has grown from being a luxury for a few to a necessity for all. Such high usage of the internet is credited to the fact that it has something…

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