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What Will It Take To Solve the India-China Border Dispute?

The current standoff between the India-China border represents an upsurge that hasn't seen since 1962. History has witnessed many border disputes. However, this time it is considered to be one of the most serious and dangerous. The disputed China-India...

Pro-CAA Or Anti-CAA: Analysis Of The Events Leading To the Delhi Riots of 2020

In North East Delhi, there were many surges of bloodshed, damage to property, and riots from 23rd February 2020. These resulted in tussles between anti-CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act)  protesters and pro-CAA protesters. It became communal, generating the deaths of...

Consequences of Bordering India: What Territorial Dispute Does it Have With Other Countries?

India has many disputed territories. A territorial conflict is a conflict over the control of the region among two or more nations. It can be over the possession of a particular region by a new nation. The force upon...

How Will the Indo-Nepal Border Dispute Be Resolved?

The Nepalese Parliament, on June 14th, 2020, unanimously passed the Constitution Amendment Bill. This Bill revised the map of Nepal. The new map also claims parts of Indian territory as Nepalese. These include the regions of Lipulekh, Kala Paani...

An Analysis of the Transparency of the PM CARES Fund

On 28th March, the PM-CARES fund was first heard about. PM CARES stands for Prime Minister’s Citizen and Assistance and Relief in an Emergency situation. The PM CARES Fund sought voluntary contributions of money for COVID-19 relief. Members of...

Indo-China Dispute: What Does the Idea of Imperialism Look Like?

It's been more than 40 days, and still, the situation in Ladakh valley has not subsidized yet. This conflict has resulted in casualties on both sides for the first time in the last 45 years. This incident happened in...

Devastating Failure Of A Nation, The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

Yemen is facing the world's most massive humanitarian crisis. With more than 24 million people (roughly 80% of the population) is in need of humanitarian relief. These include more than 12 million children. The nation is becoming a living nightmare for the...

The European Commission Signs an Agreement on Aviation With Japan, What Are the After Effects?

The European Commission published a comprehensive strategy for the European Aviation sector. This was on December 7, 2015. It's an initiative that set a milestone for European business. The key was to multiply growth and foment innovation. In addition...

Sushant Singh Rajput’s Suicide: How Not to Cover a Celebrity Suicide

Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely demise seemed to have sent shockwaves across the nation. It left the nation in shock, misery and anguish.  In his Bandra residence the actor committed suicide. The actor seemed to have been suffering from clinical...

Does PM really CARES?

What is PM CARES Fund? PM CARES Fund stands for 'Prime Minister's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund'. It was set up with the primary aim of dealing with any kind of emergency or distress situation. Especially, like...
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Understanding the Laws Pertaining to Bail in India

Just because a person is accused of an offence, it is not expected to keep the person in custody...
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Doctrine of Promissory Estoppel: Always Keep Your Promise

Lord Denning: “A man should keep his word. All the more so when the promise is not a bare promise but is made with...

The New Education Policy – a Fix or a Miss?

Education in India has long-suffered with an underlying problem of skimpiness of good, competent, and translatable education that begins from the early years in...

Uttarakhand High Court Grants Bail to Individual Detained for Scholarship Scam

On 27th July 2020, Justice Alok Kumar Verma heard the case of Surjeet Singh v. the State of Uttarakhand, via video-conferencing. The Court granted bail...

Calcutta High Court Orders 112 Schools to Not Bar Students Participating In Class Till August 15

A writ petition was filed in the High Court. The petition says that students should not be barred from online classes or online exams. Arguments...