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Meaning and classification of citizenship

Citizenship is the status of a person recognized by the law of the state. Citizen is a legal member of a sovereign state. The idea of citizenship has been defined as the capacity of individuals to defend their rights in front of the governmental authority. According to Aristotle, citizen is […]

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Fiscal structure in India

Fiscal federalism refers to the division of responsibilities with regards to public expenditure and taxation between the different levels of the government. Having a fiscal federalism mechanism allows the government to optimize their costs on economies of scale, because in this manner, people will get public service which they prefer, […]

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Finance Commission

What is the Finance Commission? The Finance Commission is a constitutional body formed every five years to give suggestions on centre-state financial relations. Each Finance Commission is required to make recommendations on: (i) sharing of central taxes with states, (ii) distribution of central grants to states, (iii) measures to improve […]

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Fiscal Policy

Fiscal policy is the guiding force that helps the government decide how much money it should spend to support the economic activity, and how much revenue it must earn from the system, to keep the wheels of the economy running smoothly. Fiscal policy in India: Fiscal policy in India is […]

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Child Trafficking

Trafficking of children is a form of human trafficking and is defined as the “recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, and/or receipt” of a child for the purpose of exploitation. The first major international instrument dealing with the trafficking of children is part of the 2000 United Nations Palermo protocols, titled the […]

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Democracy

India is a democratic country. But do we all know what democracy actually is?What it is all about? Democracy is the most significant topic in political science as well as political philosophy, and a generally accepted view. Democracy, or rule by the people, is an unrestricted form of government in […]

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Role of Banks in the Development of Indian Economy

Without a sound and effective banking system, no country can ever have a healthy economy. In the modern’s economic system, banks play a very important role in economic development of country. They collect the surplus savings of the people and make them available for investment. They also create new demand […]

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REHABILITATION AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION

Juvenile or Children are a conflict with law referred to children under the age of 18 years and suspected or accused of committing a crime or be part of illegal activity. Children in conflict with law cannot be arrested by a police officer and can only be apprehended. Only minors […]

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HOME UNDER JUVENILE JUSTICE ACT

Addressing the lack of safe shelters for children in conflict with the law, the court urged every state to evaluate the condition of their Child Care Institutions as well as to provide education, healthcare, and proper nutrition to its residents. The court reiterated that government registration in accordance with the […]

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Dowry – A social evil

A relic of a historical traditi on no longer relevant, the insti tuti on of dowry is one of the most pervasive and damaging features of India’s modern social fabric. It is one of the main causes of violence against women and has caused scores of men to treat women […]

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Children In Need Of Care and Protection

It is pertinent to note that the Parliament in the year 1986 took a bold step towards the welfare of neglected juveniles by passing the Juvenile Justice Act, the main purpose of which was to provide for the care, protection, treatment, development and rehabilitation of neglected or delinquent juveniles. However, […]

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Juvenile Justice Board

In pursuance of Section-4 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection ofChildren) Act, 2015 read with rule-3 of the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Model Rules, 2016, the State Government constitutes Juvenile Justice Boards in the districts time to time, for exercising the powers & to discharge duties, […]

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Child In Conflict With Law

Every child has the inherent potential to grow up and achieve his or her full potential and contribute positively towards the growth of nation and society. The Constitution of India grants children the highest priority for their protection and well being. The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, […]

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Patriarchy

Patriarchy refers to a society dominated by men i.e. society, state and the economy are characterised by systematic, institutionalised and pervasive gender oppression. Patriarchy is a system – a dynamic web – of particular ideas and relationships. Patriarchy can be updated and modernized. It is stunningly adaptable. That is the sense in which […]

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National Commission For Women

It is said that the best way to know about society, a civilization and a culture, try to know as much possible about the women. In India, women have come a long way from the rare women scholars and sages of the Vedic age to the women in different sectors […]

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Fiscal federalism

Fiscal Federalism refers to the division of responsibilities with regards to public expenditure and taxation between the different levels of the government. The Government of India Act 1919 and 1935 formalized the tenets of fiscal federalism and revenue sharing between the Centre and the states. It allows the government to […]

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Economic cost of COVID-19

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much […]

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Trespass : A civil wrong

Trespass is one of the ancient forms of action that arose under the common law of England as early as the 13thcentury. It was considered a breach of the king’s peace for which the wrong doer might be summoned before the king`s court to respond to a civil proceeding from […]

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Juvenile Justice

In order to achieve the objectives of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as ratified by India on 11 December 1992, the Juvenile Justice Act has been promulgated. The procedural guarantees applicable to children in conflict with the law are specified in this law. The current […]

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Sanitary Napkins – Problems Of Usage In India

“Menstrual blood is the only source of blood that is not traumatically induced. Yet in modern society, this is the most hidden blood, the one so rarely spoken of and almost never seen, except privately by women.” – Judy Grahn Throughout our society there is a common lack of knowledge about […]

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Ragging – A punishable offence

Ragging is a disturbing reality in the higher education system of our country. Despite the fact that over the years ragging has claimed hundreds of innocent lives and has ruined careers of thousands of bright students, the practice is still perceived by many as a way of ‘familiarization’ and an […]

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