Day: November 14, 2015

Judicial Activism

By Sushma Pandey   Editor’s Note: The issue of judicial activism has been put on a national agenda in the recent past. It has been criticized by constitutional experts and politicians while it has been warmly welcomed by lawyers and public. Meaning and Evolution Judicial activism comes in to play when […]

€The Critical Role of the Civil Society in Combating Human Trafficking

By Harshit Singh Jadoun Editor’s Note: Human Trafficking is one of the worst forms of social evil that can still be perceived all over the world. This research paper essentially concentrates on forms of human trafficking all around the world for example Trafficking in women for sexual exploitation, child sex tourism, […]

Cross Border Terrorism And Home Grown Militancy

By Harshit Singh Jadoun Editor’s Note: India and Pakistan are two countries which are endeavouring to deal with the issue of cross border terrorism since the time of independence, 1947. One of the most important issues with which almost every country is trying to overcome is of combating militancy, terrorism […]

Education, Employment And Empowerment Of The Rescued Women Of Trafficking

By Prajoy Dutta & Harshit Singh Jadoun Editor’s Note: Since the beginning of time, women in India have been objectified and discriminated as items for domestic use. Treated as slaves, sex objects and various other forms of derogatory labour, historically, women had never been allowed to stand up for their […]

Education For Fostering National Integration In India In The 21st Century

Rupali & Harshit Singh Jadoun   Editor’s Note: If the history of India is examined before the advent of Britishers then the phrase “India being a land of diversity with unity” fits in appropriately. Religion and language in ancient time acted as a main constituent of strengthening harmony along with uniformity […]

AFSPA: Tyranny In The Name Of National Security

By Gaurav Hooda Editor’s Note: The AFSPA provokes strong reactions both in the Northeast as well as Jammu & Kashmir; even though it’s constitutional validity has been upheld by the Supreme Court. Certain clear cases of human rights violations, where the armed forces have stonewalled all attempts to investigate and […]

Human Rights: Prison Reforms With Special Reference To Prisoner’s Rights

By Harshit Singh Jadoun, Institute of Law, Nirma University Editor’s Note: The Constitution ensures the democracy of our nation by its three main organs namely legislative, executive and Judiciary that are integrated as they work in a tandem and function as a link between the “individual” and the “State”. Being a federal […]

Evaluation Of India’s Stand On Pharmaceutical Patenting

By Aakansha Bhola Editor’s Note: Patents are intellectual property usually possessed by the industry. They usually protect the commercial right of the patent-holder. But before further elaboration on this, understanding the concept of intellectual property is necessary. Intellectual property is property possessed by virtue of the mind and intellect. It […]

Islamic State Of Iraq And Al-Sham – Its Emergence And Impact On India

By Nehmat Sethi CHAPTER – II Introduction 1. On June 20, a bearded, black-turbaned middle-aged man clad in black religious attire, with a calm but resolute voice spoke from a faintly lighted balcony (or a mimbar) of a local mosque in Mosul. He announced the message of the Islamic State of […]