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Death penalty should be abolished or not?

The Indian Penal Code still punishes some of the serious offenders with death sentences. According to the Indian Penal Code death penalties are sentenced to offenders including in criminal activities like rape, murder, being a party to a criminal conspiracy to commit a capital offense or attempting to wage war, or abetting waging of war, against the Government of India. 344 more words

"Road Rage" Who is Responsible ?

Riding bike or driving car on road is onerous task in Indore. Failure of signals, poor law enforcement, illegal encroachment and bad traffic management is contributing in making situation worst.   585 more words


Understanding the offence of Marital Rape in the Indian context

Abstract: This paper puts forth the need to criminalise marital rape by adducing statistics proving its wide prevalence in India. Comparisons have been drawn from the debates that occurred, in United Kingdom and Canada, when they attempted to criminalise marital rape. 3,464 more words


The Rainbow phenomenon on facebook!!

This post since we’ve been hearing a lot of chatter post the rainbow effect on Facebook.. After the United States Supreme Court passed a ruling that same sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states – making June 26th, 2015 a historic day. 580 more words

The Danger of Social 'Sharing'

It is quite often that we come across “news” and posts that claim outrageous things.

Some of us ignore them, but an incredibly large number of people are fooled into believing them and then these “responsible citizens” do their part by further sharing their newfound knowledge. 432 more words


Addressing The “Hidden World” Of Child Marriage In India


We define child marriage as a matrimonial union with either of the two parties under the age of 18 years, which is a violation of human rights. 1,037 more words

'The World Around' With Anant Mishra

Marital Rape : A Mistake of the Mindsets

Newspapers in the past couple of days have been focusing on the sanctity of the institution of marriage mainly pertaining to the increase in the incidents of marital rape. 380 more words