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Sir EDWARD COKE

Cybercime Amidst COVID-19

In a time when the world is in turmoil and people are panic buying, it should come as no surprise that cybercriminals are capitalizing on the current scenario. The spread of novel Coronavirus pandemic across the globe has created panic not only concerning health risks but also in the spread of misinformation and cyber-attacks. TheContinue reading “Cybercime Amidst COVID-19”

The Silencing of Minorities through Law: An Analysis of Vivek Gomber’s ‘Court’

The piece analyses the various nuances of the Marathi legal drama ‘Court.’ It highlights the silencing of dissent of minorities by the State through law and other institutions. It must also be noted that the piece explores the systemic oppression of the Dalits in India, owing to the prevalent caste system. The Dalits have been ‘othered’ by the society at large and they are merely viewed as a ‘labouring body.’ The piece also brings forth the ideas of Biopolitics, Governmentality and Necroplitics which have been introduced by academics like Foucault and Mbembe.

Was Nathuram Godse a Patriot?

Nathuram Vinayak Godse, a Chitpavan Brahmin born in 1910 was more sentimental than rational. Influenced by the attainment of freedom, he wanted to join Satyagraha but couldn’t owing to his educational constraints. When shifted to Ratnagiri in 1929, he met Veer Savarkar, a revolutionary who indoctrinated Hindu nationalist philosophy of Hindutva. Joining RSS and cooperatingContinue reading “Was Nathuram Godse a Patriot?”

Secularism in India

Secularism is the principle of separation of state from religion or religion institutions. It suggests keeping the two things totally apart. It is close to the Vedic concept of ‘Dharma Nirapekshata’ meaning the indifference of the state to religion. As per the Indian philosophy, it is also related to ‘Sarva Dharma Sambhava” i.e. the destinationContinue reading “Secularism in India”

Extra- Judicial Killing

To define “Extrajudicial/Encounter” killings, one can employ both substantial and procedural component of such killing and its prohibition. Either way, it all involves the haphazard deprivation of life. These extrajudicial killings have been a divisive procedure used by the police for many decades now. Substantive Extrajudicial killing requires state action in some form or theContinue reading “Extra- Judicial Killing”

Black Klansman: Race, Hate, And the Undercover Investigation of a Lifetime

“Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.”― Ron Stallworth, Black Klansman: Race, Hate, and the Undercover Investigation of a Lifetime Name of the book: Black Klansman Author: Ron Stallworth Genre: Non-fiction –Continue reading “Black Klansman: Race, Hate, And the Undercover Investigation of a Lifetime”

Mental Healthcare in India

Humans are said to be physically holding on to stress in the least obvious ways. So release your shoulders, unclench your jaw, move your tongue from the roof of your mouth and sit back as you read this. Mental health issues have been disregarded in the Indian society for the longest time. Till date, theContinue reading “Mental Healthcare in India”

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