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The Rohingya Crisis: A modern-day genocide

The Rohingya are an ethnic group, comprising mostly of Muslims, in the Buddhist South-East Asian state of Myanmar. About one ...
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Is India ready for a capital-swallowing venture called Bullet Train?

For a nation which runs about 10,000 trains each day to ship more than 23 million travelers, comparable to Australia's ...
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Six months “Cooling period” may be waived off by Family Courts, says SC

Making divorce by shared assent less demanding, the Supreme Court decided that family courts were allowed to postpone the statutory ...
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“China, the reason behind Shinzo Abe’s visit, not the Bullet Train”

PM Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met in Ahmedabad this week, their fourth summit since the Modi government ...
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“Rowdy” behavior of passengers aboard flight may land them to 3 months to an indefinite ban

The Union Civil Aviation Minister, Mr. Ashok Gajapathi Raju along with the government has created rules for ‘National to Fly’ ...
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BRAIN PICKS

 

Cyber Terrorism – What is the Real Threat?

This Article was shortlisted as the top entries at Educoncours 1st National Journalism Competition   “Tomorrow’s terrorist may be able ...
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/ Brain Picks, Crime

THE SMOKE- FILLED ROOM- YOU ENTER AND IT BEGINS…

This Article was shortlisted as the top entries at Educoncours 1st National Journalism Competition Earlier hooligans used to play a ...
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/ Brain Picks, Politics

Constitutional Aspect of Separation of Powers

From inception when the origin of State took place, the only need for the survival at that time was to ...
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/ Brain Picks, Legal Articles, Politics

Patriotism – A Political Agenda or An Inherent Instinct

“A Patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government”[i] Patriotism and nationalism today have occupied prime ...
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/ Brain Picks, Politics

VICTORY FOR GENDER JUSTICE

In Muslim law dissolution of marriage takes place either on the death of either party to the marriage or at ...
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Musings/Narratives

The Man Wearing A Green Hat By Aditya Vyas

Emptied one bottle And opened another Gulping it down the throttle Mind on Naomi Suther A heavenly lady Oh what ...
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You are mine I am yours By Ashish Gupta

Do not know how to say? With you I am complete   Do not know how to say? With you ...
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How About Growing Old Together By Aditya Vyas

How about growing old together? How about taking a day And turning it into forever?   How about departing away ...
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A FAREWELL AND REGRET By Aditya Vyas

Did I hear that thunderThe sky is raging And now I wonderIf for me the Angel is waiting Dear FatherWho ...
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CASE BRIEFS

Mohori Bibee v. Dharmodas Ghose By Harshit Sharma from Amity University, Madhya Pradesh

(1903) 7 Cal.Weekly Notes 441)(Corum: Lord Macnaghten, Lord Dicey, Lord Lindley, Sir Ford North, Sir Andrew Scorle, Sir Arthur Wilson) ...
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R.D Saxena v. Balram Prasad By Vaibhavi Perugu from Symbiosis Law School

AIR 2000 SC 3049 BACKGROUND The present case was filed against a septuagenarian advocate for not returning case files to ...
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Lewis v. Averay By Neharica Mishra from Amity Law School, Lucknow

(1972) 1 QB 198Coram: Denning MR, Phillimore LJ, Megaw LJ. In the dissenting judgment Denlin LJ emphasized that cases like ...
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MARTIN v. HERZOG By Shubham Mishra from VIT Law School

126 N.E. 814 (N.Y. 1920)FACTS: The parties involved in this case are Martin (Plaintiff) and Herzog (Defendant). The plaintiff and ...
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HARRIS VS NICKERSON By Jayant Sarkar from Lloyd Law College

(1873) LR 8 QB 286Introduction This case on appeal from the City of London Court deals with the offer of ...
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