This article aims to show that shutdowns, suspensions or blocking of internet services are unconstitutional and go against the fabric of democracy when used frequently to silence the voices of the citizens.
This article looks at the Marine Dispute between India and Sri Lanka, which has been continuing for decades now. A historical overview of the dispute is followed by the environmental implications of the same. The article then delves into the international agreements applicable to this dispute and the recent developments.
This article analyses the Article 19(1)(b) of the Constitution of India and its exceptions, in light of the recent protests. Looking at all these protests it tries to establish how the recent year was a year of protests in India; and, why every citizen of the nation should be aware of rights provided by the Constitution of India.
This article will analyze the Farm Bills 2020, the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, the Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) Bypass Bill, and Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill. This article seeks to identify if the farm bills are a boon or the bane for the economy.
We live in a world where trade and politics keeps evolving with changing times. Just like the success of trade depends on the branding of a product, the success of an individual striving for power depends on the branding of politics. In this article, the author suggests that if looked closely enough there is a distinct similarity in the way brands and politics operate in society.
Populism has been a much debated and detested phenomenon in democracies. This article provides an opposing view to the general consensus for the harmful effects of populism in democracy by exploring the reign of Narendra Modi.