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The reformative theory of justice postulates removing the dangerous degeneracy in a criminal and...
This article is based on a study conducted by YUVA on the heightened vulnerabilities of the urban...
Today, in India, “deliberative democracy” is failing to translate into social, economic and...
The role of popular media in furthering the politics of the day cannot possibly be underestimated....
Tracing the journey of Bangladesh from a secular state to an Islamic state against the backdrop of...
With the spectacular victory of Bharatiya Janata Party in India, the notion of Hindutva and Hindu...
In the last few months, the digital community has effectively responded to the overwhelming changes...
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted workers globally. This article attempts to highlight the impact...
The Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 is a colonial era legislation that is still used as the primary law...
A ground-level survey of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana in Jharkhand reveals that the scheme...
The Supreme Court of India’s judgment on the Ayodhya dispute enables the triumph of a majoritarian...

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