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Women Rights To Contraception In India And Preventing Unwanted Pregnancy In India

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It would not be wrong to argue that in India, the concept of human rights was first introduced and systematically institutionalised in 1950 when our...
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Right to Information – An Overview

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Right to Information is perhaps one of the most effective tools to deepen democracy and actively seek accountability by enabling transparency. It gives the citizen...
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An Oriental and Gender Perspective on Realisation and Creation of Property

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AUTHOR: Sayan Dasgupta Any theoretical formulation or analysis of property must at the outset be noted as to what can be a theory of property,...
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Tribulation Of Innocent Hands

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By Advocate Meenu Padha; Co- Authors – Tavleen Kaur & Vinayak Sonkar India needs an instant nationwide awareness and campaigns against the child labour to...
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Gender Implications of Pre-Nuptial Agreements

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The sporadic distribution of persons, identity, culture, language has always been a part of the Indic civilization. This heterogeneity implied a myriad of personal laws;...
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Marital Rape: A Social and Legal Paradox

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Despite 75 years of independence, the social status of women in India still stands in shadows. Grievous crimes and alarming rates of pending cases portray...
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Dereliction Of The ‘Other Gender’: Deprivation Of Minor Male Sexual Assault Victims By The ‘Skin-Touch’ Doctrine

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COVID-19 has been a fertile spawning field of sexual violence. Where some Courts have been deontological and acknowledging of this phenomenon, certain judgments act as...