Month: July 2020

Cybercrime And The Darknet

By- Tanmay Jain Introduction With the society moving forward, or day to day lives are being affected by our daily needs and the use of smartphones and the internet is now among our basic daily needs. The use of the internet is now in almost every part of the world and we can gather any…

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Science and Law: Friends or Foe?

By: Aaditya Sinha Have you ever wondered about relating two disciplines that seem to be very different from each other? The disciplines of law and science may sound different from each other to so many people but actually, both the disciplines talk about the “rules” or to be more precise it talks about the “Law”.…

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Fundamental Rights

By- Aaditya Sinha I don’t know about you but I am a movie buff, and I make a lot of opinions and interpretations from films, and mainly Bollywood films. For the last 2 years, I have observed a change in the Hindi film industry that they are actually making many political and legal movies. If…

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The Idea of Secularism in India

By: Aaditya Sinha The preamble of India talks about five terms that define our Constitution as well as what our constitution expects from us in these five words. Sovereign; Socialist; Secular; Democratic and Republic: out of these five terms, one term which is the most talked about is the term Secularism. We all hear this…

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Feminist Criminology

BY-ISHITA PANCHOLI “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples” – Mother Teresa As the topic itself speaks about the concept of feminism, basically it represents the woman’s respect and position in society. In our society women were considered in a very negative way. We…

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