In the past one month, we saw massive protests engulfing the entire country against the Citizenship Amendment Act passed by the Parliament. Consequently, there were internet shutdowns all across the country to quell these protests. India became the country with the most internet shutdowns in the world because of this and came to be called … Continue reading Abrogation of Article 370 and the Dissent it Kindled
The Indian Legal System As per my experience, the first perception that people tend to make towards the field of law is that the Courts are merely the moderators in the dispute between the two or more parties. However, this perception seems to be undergoing a tangential change with the recent wave of judicial activism … Continue reading THE MYTH OF PRIVACY
Article 35-A granted special status to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. It laid down rules regarding who can buy property or land, take admission in public colleges or be given scholarships, contest or vote in Legislative Assembly elections, etc. These privileges were given only to the ‘permanent residents’ of Jammu and Kashmir which is … Continue reading A MIRROR TO VALMIKIS: AN UNTOLD STORY
Historically, India has endeavored to muster international solidarity to codify IHL and was naturally expected to vote for the accession of the Rome Statute but the Indian delegation pointed out some procedural and statutory flaws in the Statute because of which it abstained from voting and has consequently been an observer in subsequent meetings … Continue reading Why India is not and why it should be a part of the I.C.C
Democracies today are facing a new challenge: balancing the act of spycraft with the rights of privacy and freedom of speech and expression. Today, the United States is a massive world power because revelations about mass intelligence gathering by the US and its allies serve the useful purpose of advancing the national interest of the … Continue reading Dynamics of Democracy and Espionage
However, unfortunately, the abrogation of Article 370 has illegitimised all the rights of the Indian dominion over its one of the most prized possessions, the dawn of 5th August’19 has witnessed the dilapidation of a father figure to an assailant as the inherent constitutional morality of the Indian sovereignty has become subservient to the subjective morality of its Statesmen.
An elucidative report proffering the account of the field visit to the Rohingya Refugee Camp at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi. The visit was conducted in pursuance of an empirical research undertaken by our team to comprehend the contextual challenges that the refugees in the Shaheen Bagh camp are facing and test the feasibility … Continue reading Diffusing the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Delhi at Jasola Vihar Shaheen Bagh Camp
The rising violence against the fraternity of doctors all across the country has been the center of all discussions for the past week. The inception of this uproar took place last Sunday at Nil Ratan Sircar (NRS) Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, where scores of hooligans came in and assaulted the junior doctors over the … Continue reading India Hit With Largescale Doctors’ Strikes: Healthcare in Shambles and Its Implications
The Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) recently proclaimed its Indian province: Wilayad Al-Hind. This article piece talks about the human rights abuses in the erstwhile Islamic Caliphate and how that will disrupt the already fragile situation in J&K.
The place she called Home Kashaf did not have the means to watch FRIENDS, and the few friends she had in the make-shift school in the Rakhine Province of Myanmar were also dwindling. Little did she know that her ancestors were disowned by the Myanmar Government way back in 1982. Her Ammi (mother) told her … Continue reading Dard-ae-Kashaf: Story of a Rohingya Child