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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Hatred is a passionate feeling, but unlike love, it leads to a lot of catastrophes and crimes. Hate crimes are the crimes committed by a person or a group ofContinue reading “Understanding the Psychology behind Hate Crimes”
Welcome to a compiled potpourri of arbitrary aggressive words thrown together by yet another one of those privileged on-her-period-woman feminazis who vent onto a word document, all while polishing off a Nutella jar and listening to some good old U2. (I’m not crying, you’re crying.) Now that it’s established that the entire piece is goingContinue reading “Girls Cry More Than They Bleed: A Parody”
The topic of “Abortion” or the “volitional killing of the foetus” has been a matter of dissension for ages and has been hotly debated on various platforms throughout the world. Any academic powwow pertaining to the topic of “Abortion” has always revolved around the concepts of “right of the unborn baby” and the “choice ofContinue reading “Medical Termination of Pregnancy in India ”
The Corona-virus pandemic has unsheltered the overdependence of various countries on China. The ongoing crisis had brought everything to a halt in China, which sundered the subsisting “supply chains.” Various countries all over the world have paid heed to this gremlin and are now looking to branch out their “supply chains.” They are looking forContinue reading “Transformation of The Indian Economy”
Articles 13 and 31-B in Part III of the Constitution are arguably the most contradicting laws of the Indian Constitution. Article 13 precludes the state from formulating any law which takes away the rights of the individuals and proclaims that any law made in contravention of this clause shall, to the extent of the contravention,Continue reading “Constitutionality of The Ninth Schedule”
Challenges to Federalism? You’ll need to ask yourself how India can have federalism problems when it’s not a pure federalist country. Well, that’s one thing that is possible in our country. There has been a power struggle between the states and the Central government, with the Centre always trying to centralize all powers to itself.Continue reading “Challenges to Indian Federalism”
Murder is never an answer. No, neither is it a question and the answer to it is also not yes. We need to act like more civil beings. No wonder Todd Phillips and Steve Carrel said that today’s generation takes offence at everything. We all know that there are some iconic rivalries in this world.Continue reading “A Muslim Holocaust in India?”
It’s not that we’ll mistake them for the truth. The real danger is that if we hear enough lies, then we can no longer hear the truth at all. What can we do then? – Valery Legosav, Chernobyl (2019) Jaideep Ahlawat as Hathi Ram Chaudhury in the critically acclaimed series Paataal Lok rambles on toContinue reading “Media: Judge, Jury and Executioner”
When it comes to providing rights to homosexuals, sadly, the world has been divided. This is primarily because of the spilt opinions that exist in society. The problem with this is that these opinions affect the judgments made in the courts and laws passed in parliament. When an opinion takes the form of law andContinue reading “Jurisprudential Differences between India & Singapore on Consensual Homosexual Sex”
The year was 1883 when Joseph Pulitzer is popularly known for the Pulitzer prize; purchased ‘The New York World’, an American newspaper which was in circulation from 1860 till 1931. Pulitzer then increased the circulation of New York world from only 15,000 to 600,000 making it the largest sold the newspaper in the US atContinue reading “An Outlook on Yellow Journalism: is it legal?”
The word Cultural appropriation is originally derived from Sociologist writings of the late 20th Century (the 1990s) and is said to be first used by indigenous people of those countries who have had a history of Colonization like Canada and the United States (The Week 2019). In simple terms, it means the use of culturalContinue reading “Law and Cultural Appropriation”
Socialist feminism emerged as a branch of the feminist movement during the 1960s and 1970s which focused on liberating women by restraining economic, cultural and political forces that oppressed women. The theory of socialist feminism expands the Marxist idea of feminism, which focuses on the role played by capitalism in the oppression of women. SocialistContinue reading “Socialist Feminism”
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