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Beginning of a new epoch for Muslim women

Recently with the verdict of the Supreme Court calling the practice of triple talaq as unconstitutional has paved a golden way towards religious reforms in the Muslim personal laws against the practices that were derogatory to a woman’s dignity. 954 more words

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Right to Privacy - An analysis of the recent developments

The Aadhaar scheme by the Union Government has been the point of friction for quite a few days. It had been under the lens of allegations like breaching individual’s privacy as it involved the collection of biometric data. 811 more words

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Refugee law (With International and Indian Perspective)

India has a long tradition of upholding basic human rights of individuals. Indian Constitution is one of the most egalitarian document ever drafted, it not only affords protection of human rights of its own citizens but protects Individuals from other countries as well. 1,388 more words

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FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN INDIAN CONSTITUTION

By- Anupam Prabhat Shrivastava !!

Fundamental rights are the basic rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitutions of India to its citizens. These rights have a legal sanction and are enforceable in the court of law. 354 more words

J&K: Articles 370, 35A no longer valid - Vivek Gumaste

Let us be clear about one thing: the accession of J&K to India is full and final. It is non-negotiable, with or without Article 370, or its derivative Article 35A. 1,229 more words

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The triple talaq judgment : some preliminary thoughts

India Divorces Triple Talaq

One of the most inclusive benches in recent times delivered its judgment in Re: Muslim Womens Quest For… 1,882 more words

Privacy!

For centuries Indians have been all about everybody else’s business. Absolute strangers one meets on the train, plane, the street, in the mall or the person next to you in line at the vegetable shop, feel well within their right to interrogate you about your religion, caste, marital status, children or the deplorable lack of them, age, salary, whether one is vegetarian, ‘non-vegetarian’ or a vegetarian who eats eggs. 406 more words

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