One Minute Reads

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The Climate Change as a Global Issue and I...

Climate change has been recognised as the biggest global health threat of the 21st century by the legal and political thinkers. Climate change occurs through the warming gases, especially Greenhouse gases and depletion of the Ozone layers by human...

Amendment to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy...

The recent amendment to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), 2016 is considered to be one of the most sought after amendment the corporate world was looking for. One of the very key changes proposed through IBC Amendment Bill 2020 is to provi...

YES Bank Fiasco : A Note

The recent YES Bank fiasco has once again brought to the limelight the failure of the supervisory role of Reserve Bank of India to keep a tight vigil over banks as per its mandate under Banking Regulation Act, 1949. Not long ago, the Punjab and Ma...

Corona Virus and Economic Slowdown

“Aasman se gire aur khajoor pe aatke” is a famous Hindi saying which has come true for several people in 2020. External and Internal environment have had continuous impact on our lives. But there at times in a person’s life wherein multiple crisis...

The Pandemic of Corona Virus and SAARC Nat...

International peace and cooperation is necessary for the prosperous and healthy development of the people in the world but the increasing pace of pandemic corona virus disease (COVID-19-a public health crisis) have worried the states to save their...

Manual Scavenging Laws : An Absolute Denia...

Manual Scavenging as a profession has been in existence since ages and is practiced on the categorization of Varna System in India. The inhuman practice of manual removal of organic human excreta from dry toilets with bare hands, buckets and shove...

Not so seditious anymore

The wretched law of sedition frequently comes to the rescue of people in power left cold by the despondence of their deeds. It is hardly surprising that the colonial British empire tried to warm its morally naked soul by taking shelter behind the ...

Role of Education in the Empowerment of Tr...

“If you educate a man you educate an individual, however, if you educate a woman you educate a whole family. Women empowered means mother India empowered”.– Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Education plays a pivotal role in the progression & develop...

Housing Societies or Sovereign State Systems?

Society existed before the idea of the state came into being. Society is the oldest institution that guided the individuals and groups of individuals before the modern nation state was born. Since the invention of the modern nation state/sovereign...