India

NATIONAL mean a person owing allegiance to and entitled to the protection of a sovereign state. CITIZEN is preferred for one owing allegiance to a state in which sovereign power is retained by the people and sharing in the political rights of those people.  the rights of a free citizen SUBJECT implies allegiance to a personal sovereign such as a monarch.  the king’s subjects NATIONAL designates one who may claim the protection of a state and applies especially to one living or traveling outside that state.

NON-COOPERATION MOVEMENT

It was the first mass movement that took place in 1920 launched by Gandhi. Its historical background could be seen as the impact of the first world war where the Indian economy suffered badly as the british give them Rowlatt act. Congress became slow so Gandhiji became hostile to the […]

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TERRITORIAL SEA

INTRODUCTION Sea is a large body of water that is surrounded by the land. It is an important a part of human trade and commerce, voyage, mineral processing, power generation and is additionally considered as an important source of blue economy nowadays. International law of the ocean may be a […]

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Indian Folk Art

India is home to around 2500 tribes and it has always been portrayed as a land of cultural and traditional diversity. Every corner of the country has a distinctive cultural […]

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India’s Healthcare Condition

Long before the virus invasion into India, the nation already suffered from a devastatingly poor healthcare system. With more corrupt systems in Public (government owned) hospitals where only miserable think of going while the middle or upper  middle and upper classes always seek for the genuine treatments at heavily priced […]

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SEPARATION OF POWERS

INTRODUCTION As said by Aristotle, “All constitutions have three elements, concerning which the good lawgiver has to regard what is expedient for each constitution. When they are well-ordered, the constitution […]

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Covid-19 Impact on Indian Economy

Year of 2020 had been an omen for the entire world and India is no exception to dodge from this curse. Unemployment rose from 6.7% on 15 March to 26% on 19 April and then back down to pre-lockdown levels by mid-June. During the lockdown, an estimated 14 crore (140 […]

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Understanding Strict Liability

In tort, the liability of a person generally emanates from his negligence and therefore, if the person can be proved negligent then he is held liable. But this general principle of liability does not apply to any person who keeps hazardous substances in his premises or involves in hazardous activities. […]

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When Peta’s Credibility Questioned | Time to be a Wise Donar

PETA India, over the years, has earned itself the reputation of being a hypocrite of the highest order. They have been known to selectively target Hindu traditions and customs with religious zeal while giving other religions a free pass. The few occasions PETA India did manage to raise their voice, […]

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Payment of Wages during Pandemic

‘If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich’, quoted John F. Kennedy years before an epidemic like Covid-19 could have even been forecasted. Starting from the Plague, a bacteria led pandemic to the Spanish Flu caused by a virus […]

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India’s Most Magnificent King, stood under tent for 500 years

It’s true that democracy is wonderful form of government but ever wonder where it was initially invented. Who were those people responsible for setting foundation of the concept of democracy? A concept that wasn’t available in any other civilisation that developed afterwards. One way or the other you must have […]

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Things to Do When You Are Bored

Start and Complete a puzzle Start a Journal Start a Blog Start a Youtube Channel Start a new hobby Cook Bake Try your hand at Poetry Learn another language Read books Write a Book Start Painting Take on a photography challenge Meditate Start Exercising Write letters Put on a show […]

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India’s Geography| Knowing India better

Mother Earth has been quite favourable to India, giving it a potential advantage in terms of economy, culture, climate, tourism, etc. although, unfortunately, this has neither been reciprocated nor has the potential been utilized. India is an individual subcontinent India is a distinct geographical unit bounded on the north by […]

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Necessity of Absolute Liability

Our country is a pioneer in industrial development and the demo-graphs of such development is soaring high each day. Also, with the complexity in both geography and life, it is necessary the rules established should be strict and more absolute principle of liability with the respect of no fault liability. […]

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India’s federal system of States and the Union.

India’s recent growth story is now much analyzed, and quite well understood. Despite some temporary controversy over the relative impacts of economic reforms in the 1980s and 1990s – hesitant and piecemeal in the first of those decades, deeper and more systematic in the subsequent period – the new consensus […]

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