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Rise in the relation between UAE and India, UAE is Reciprocating territory for India

Rise in the relation between UAE and India, UAE is Reciprocating territory for India

India has added one more step towards becoming a three trillion economy by declaring UAE as a reciprocating territory. The UAE has recently shown a major interest in investing in the Indian economy, UAE has recently made an arrangement to invest 75 billion dollars in the infrastructure sector and major investment in the agriculture sector…

Critical Analysis of the Population Control Bill, 2020

Critical Analysis of the Population Control Bill, 2020

In a nation of 1.5 billion individuals, the second-generally crowded on the planet simply after China, with a rich exemplification of different ethnic, semantic and segment attributes, the structure presents a special chance to use the copious labour and hereditary assorted variety. Be that as it may, this populace presents a greater number of difficulties…

COVID-19: Government seeks help from antiquated laws

COVID-19: Government seeks help from antiquated laws

Coronavirus, this is the word every human being is scared of more than anything in this entire world right now. In almost every region people have locked themselves up to not be affected by this virus. Most of them who are affected have either died or still suffering and thankfully now there are also cases…

A summary of Adani coal mine case

A summary of Adani coal mine case

In 2010, Adani Private Ltd. a subsidiary of the Indian company Adani Group proposed the Carmichael Coal mine. The proposed coal mine would have been one of the largest coal mines in the world. The proposed coal mines were objected by people for ethical and environmental concerns. Since the project has been proposed it has…

Pakistan’s former legislator seeks asylum in India

Pakistan’s former legislator seeks asylum in India

Baldev Kumar (43), along with his wife and two children seeks asylum in India. A former legislator from Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party has sought asylum in India, claiming that minorities were deprived of their rights in the neighbouring nation.

India in touch with Iran for release of 18 Indians on  seized ship

India in touch with Iran for release of 18 Indians on seized ship

Eighteen Indians were among 23 people on board a British ship seized by Iran, and India said it is in touch with Tehran to secure early release and repatriation of its nationals.  Iran’s official news agency IRNA said the British-flagged oil tanker was seized allegedly due to a collision with an Iranian fishing boat and…

Flaws in the U.S and Indian Criminal Justice System

Flaws in the U.S and Indian Criminal Justice System

The Criminal Justice System is a structure which consists of various bodies and authorities such as Courts, Judges, Defense Attorneys, Police and bodies such as correctional facilities, penitentiaries etc. The main purpose of this system is to provide justice to the aggrieved person who has been wronged by another person. It works to punish the…

Rape Laws in India- The Heinous Crime Decoded

Rape Laws in India- The Heinous Crime Decoded

Rape is the fourth most common crime against women in India. The demonstration might be completed by physical power, or where the individual is under danger or control, or with a man who is unequipped for legitimate assent. As indicated by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) 2013 yearly report, 24,923 rape cases were accounted for crosswise over India in 2012. Out of these, 24,470 were carried out by somebody known to the victim (98% of the cases). 

Partition between India and Pakistan: the Divisional Line of Independence

Partition between India and Pakistan: the Divisional Line of Independence

It seemed yesterday, when we were under the British crown until the midnight of August 14 of 1947, when the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced during his speech about our freedom from the 190 years of British rule. When the whole world was sleeping, undivided Bharat was awakening out of joy of being free. That day, the Aazaan of Muslims and the bell of temples were heard at the same time. But, no one got offended, because, irrespective of religions, the prayers were heard.