Pandemic and it’s After-Effects on Migrants

COVID-19 virus took the world by surprise affecting nearly every country in the world. By March 23, 2020, the Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, declared a nationwide lockdown that caused panic amongst the general public. As of August 23, 2020, Coronavirus cases have risen to 23,467,593 and the death toll has surpassed 810,180Continue reading “Pandemic and it’s After-Effects on Migrants”

Competition Law and COVID-19

The COVID-19 epidemic has proved to be one of the greatest health emergencies in India and across the globe. The epidemic which resulted into lockdown from mid-march, the citizens along with the companies has faced a backlash as everything has come to a halt. The concerns regarding the functioning of the big business houses andContinue reading “Competition Law and COVID-19”

Palghar Mob Lynching

In the village of Gadchinchle of Palghar district, Maharashtra, there had been recent rumours about certain kidnappers and organ harvesters roaming in the area and abducting children at night. On the night of April 16th 2020, three men i.e. Chikne Maharaj Kalpavrukshagiri (70) a Mahant (Head Priest/Guru) in a temple in Nashik, Sushilgiri Maharaj (35)Continue reading “Palghar Mob Lynching”

Dilution of Labour Laws During COVID -19: A Retrograde Step

Labour Laws have a quite long history in India. India had seen the worst conditions of labourers under the British regime as they created the labour market unregulated and were just focusing on their profit-making industry. Over a century, substantial labour laws have been enacted for the protection of workers and to give them theContinue reading “Dilution of Labour Laws During COVID -19: A Retrograde Step”

The Debate on Socialism Vs. Capitalism

Socialism and capitalism refer to two forms of economic systems out of the many that exist. An economic system refers to allocation, production and distribution of resources by the government of a country. The difference between these two economic systems is that of the level of government intervention with socialism being placed at maximum andContinue reading “The Debate on Socialism Vs. Capitalism”

An Epidemic of Hatred

Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction Ice is also great And would suffice. — Robert Frost DefinitionContinue reading “An Epidemic of Hatred”

Analysis of Union Budget 2020- Honey or Sweet Poison

Union Budget of a year as defined in the Constitution of India under Article 112[1] is also known as annual financial statement, is a statement of the estimated receipts and expenditures of the government for that particular year. It is also classified as Revenue Budget and Classical Budget. Revenue budget includes the government’s revenue receiptsContinue reading “Analysis of Union Budget 2020- Honey or Sweet Poison”

Population Explosion: A Dangerous Reality

Population explosion or growth of population at an uncontrolled rate is one of the major problems India is facing today. In this article, the author wishes to discuss the population growth, its impact on the environment, society and especially on the individual growth of a child along with the role of legislation and judiciary inContinue reading “Population Explosion: A Dangerous Reality”

Kim Jong-Un’s Inhumane Legal Regime in North Korea

North Korea which is considered to be the most repressive country in the world has for many years been under the totalitarian rule of Kim Jong Un’s family. The backward and ruthless family claims the root of their rule is derived from the Monolithic Ideology System which was started by Kim ll-Sung. This rule allowsContinue reading “Kim Jong-Un’s Inhumane Legal Regime in North Korea”

Changes in Labour Laws across India during the 2020 Lockdown

Considering that every introduction is supposed to be given birth with a definition as a peep into the topic, in this situation, that theory fails, massively. Under the Constitution of India, labor falls within the ambit of the concurrent list giving legislating power to both the Central and the respective state government. But while exceedingContinue reading “Changes in Labour Laws across India during the 2020 Lockdown”

Patriotism under Surveillance

The English word patriot is first attested in the Elizabethan era, it originated from the late Latin patriota in middle French, which means “countryman.” In Greek Modern, “fatherland” is named It describes one’s country as patriotic, devotional, and vigorous support. Patriotism or nationalism implies a person’s allegiance to his / her own country or theContinue reading “Patriotism under Surveillance”

The Concept of Recognition of States in International Law

The concept of Recognition is closely related to the concept of Statehood. Before a State is recognized as a State, it should fulfill the essential attributes of Statehood as laid down in the Montevideo Conference[1]: Sovereignty Defined Territory Population Government Recognition is the process whereby certain facts are received and invested with legal statuses, suchContinue reading “The Concept of Recognition of States in International Law”

Rights of Minorities in India- A Theoretical Reality?

Fundamental Rights have had an important place in the life of an Indian citizen throughout his/her life which gives the power or the privilege to live freely in a country as well as move around. Fundamental rights remain to be universal but these rights are cultivated with a classification that has distinguished and has becomeContinue reading “Rights of Minorities in India- A Theoretical Reality?”

Deciphering the Essence of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

On the 11th of December 2019, the most controversial bill in recent times was passed and on the 12th of December, almost immediately, it received the assent of the president, thereby making the bill an act. The Citizenship Amendment Act,2019 (CAA) was passed in the Parliament of India, to insert a proviso to expedite theContinue reading “Deciphering the Essence of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019”