Policy Review

क्या है नया मोटर व्हीकल एक्ट 2019

September 12, 2019

–Written By Arun Mishra मोटर व्हीकल एक्ट 2019 की धारा 158 के मुताबिक वाहन चालक को ट्रैफिक पुलिस या संबंधित अधिकारी द्वारा मांगे जाने पर गाड़ी का रजिस्ट्रेशन सर्टिफिकेट (आरसी), इंश्योरेंस सर्टिफिकेट, पॉल्यूशन अंडर कंट्रोल सर्टिफिकेट और ड्राइविंग लाइसेंस दिखाना जरूरी है। अगर ट्रांसपोर्ट वाहन है यानी वाहन का कॉमर्शियल रूप से इस्तेमाल हो रहा […]

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REVIVAL OF POLITICAL THEORY

September 12, 2019

–Written By Amisha Dubey BA LLB In the 1930s, political theory began studying the history of ideas with the purpose of defending liberal democratic theory in opposition to the totalitarian tenets of communism, fascism and nazism. Lasswell tried to establish a scientific political theory with the eventual purpose of controlling human behaviour, furthering the aims […]

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The Big Bank Theory
(Decoding merger of banks )

September 4, 2019

Half a century after the nationalization of banks, the central government announced the merger of 10 public sector banks with 4 large entities or lenders. This will bring down the total number of banks to 12 from 27. Under the plan, Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India will be merged with Syndicate […]

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Common destination beckons to seek a new beginning

August 31, 2019

–Written By Rishab Gupta “You wish India should protect your borders…. & Kashmir should get equal status as India. But the government of India has only limited powers & Indian people to have no right in Kashmir. To give consent in your proposal would be a treacherous thing against the interest of India & I, as a […]

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Political and Legal nuances of Modi’s Statesmanship: The Kashmir Diary

August 23, 2019

By 1989 came the armed insurgency and Pakistan got involved. Its Kashmiri agents ensured that the Hizbul Mujahideen stole the struggle for ‘azadi’ from the secular JKLF so Jihadist Islam began to infuse a political movement. Soon Kashmir’s Pandits were ethnically cleansed from the Valley and in the streets of Srinagar appeared bearded young men […]

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People of India write a letter to J&K on Independence day, wishes bright future ahead.

August 15, 2019

–Written By Sushant Dogra A Heartfelt letter from a brother to another Dear brothers in J&K, I address you this letter in the capacity of a son of the common soil that bore us all for centuries and also on behalf of millions of citizens of this country welcome you all on board of this […]

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What’s Next for Jammu and Kashmir?

August 15, 2019

— Written By CV Srikar Article 370 was like the old furniture in one’s house: It was of no use; the furniture occupies unnecessary space; but you are lazy enough not to think of it and throw it away. Article 370 was the filter that kept equality, justice and peace away from Jammu and Kashmir. […]

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सोने के पिंजड़े में क़ैद होना या बेशर्त आज़ाद होना! ये दो विकल्प सामने हों तो आप क्या चुनेंगे?

August 15, 2019

–Written By चन्दन शुभम सोने के पिंजड़े में क़ैद होना या बेशर्त आज़ाद होना! ये दो विकल्प सामने हों तो आप क्या चुनेंगे?  निःसंदेह आज़ादी। मानव जीवन की मूल जरुरत है आजादी। सपने देखने की आज़ादी, उनको पूरा कर सकने की आज़ादी। व्यक्तिगत आज़ादी समाज को आज़ाद करती है, और सामाजिक आज़ादी देश को।  जब […]

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10 things that will change in J&K after scrapping Article 370

August 9, 2019

5 August 2019, will always be remembered as a turning point in the geographical, constitutional and political discourse of Jammu and Kashmir. The scrapping of Article 370, 35 A and J&K reorganization bill has brought  Inqualab in the state. Before highlighting key changes that were introduced today let’s make a brief discussion on Article 370 […]

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WITNESS PROTECTION SCHEME, 2018

June 23, 2019

–Written By Sakshi Sharma “Witnesses are the eyes and ears of justice.”                                                      – Bentham Witnesses are the most important factor in any legal proceeding, especially in criminal matters. Witnesses […]

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All Lord Chief Justices converge for the cause of the Lord

January 10, 2019

A common man seeks justice either from the chambers of courts or from the sanctums of temples. Both these places position themselves as the seats of the Lords; one in black robes following the contemporary laws aka Yug Dharma and the other emancipating the eternal law aka Sanatana Dharma. Rare are the moments when we […]

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Ayodhya: Not too far!

September 28, 2018

When the constitution makers were debating how the free India’s religious discourse would look like, two contentions came to the forefront. One, whether the passive secularism of the US Constitution would be our guiding principle or the active secularism would find more suitability considering India’s humongous religious diversity. It was the wisdom and farsightedness of […]

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