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A Journey of Indian Muslim from 1947 to 2017

My father, Munshi Abdul Mabood, was a government employee in the department of posts in Bihar. He was a Muslim. In 1947, he did not migrate to Pakistan as he did not feel threatened by the post-partition communal flare-up in the...

In Absence of Laws India Stands a Mute Spectator to Lynch Squad

Law is the defining principle of our life. It controls and regulates the direction of our actions in both personal and social state of affairs. India has a plethora of laws that not only safeguards the rights of its...

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Another Pain by Another Tint in the Society: Domestic Violence

ABSTRACT Domestic Violence is a crime that is wrong against humanity at large and a common dilemma that may affect...

Brief on Euthanasia and Its Institution in India

Introduction  Euthanasia is a legally recognized procedure of performing an act, the result of which is the death of the sufferer or patient who is...

The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture in India

ABSTRACT “Silence gendered violence is woven intricately into the Indian social group; it is only fair to implement social awareness campaigns to assist raise awareness...

Emerging Dimensions of US Foreign Policy

Introduction: The terrifying issues which Afghanistan is going through day by day are not only scary to Afghanistan but to the whole world. The...

Long Note on Debentures

What Is a Debenture? A debenture is a type of bond or other debt instrument that is unsecured by collateral. Since debentures have no collateral...