Category: Abstracts

DO MILITARY PERSONNEL ENJOY THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS?

By- Harshita Poonia Article 33 and 34 enable the Parliament to limit, adjust or revoke the essential rights to the individuals from military, para-military powers, police powers, and individuals from knowledge offices or comparative administrations. The above intensity of adjustment, limiting the basic rights, is accessible just with parliament and not state councils. The forces…

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INTERPRETING BORDER DISPUTES OF INDIA WITH PAKISTAN, CHINA AND NEPAL

By- Harshita Poonia This article endeavours to direct a thorough appraisal of India’s and China’s inclinations in Nepal and Pakistan in the wake of the extraordinary political changes. The development of individuals and products across borders is carefully constrained by states. Nonetheless, there are a few special cases to these components. India–Nepal fringe, for example,…

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DE-CRIMINALIZING ATTEMPT TO SUICIDE: INDIA RECOGNIZES MENTAL HEALTH

By- Muskaan Singh Attempt to suicide is considered a serious mental health problem, which requires immediate interventions and care. In the 21st century, it is not a rare sight to see someone depressed and in anxiety. Students nowadays are stressed, anxious, and nervous regarding their studies due to the increase in competition in every profession.…

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