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We often come across the news where its said that the victim or his family has been compensated by the government of the occasion of some crime. Through this article the author tries to elaborate on the concept of victim compensation, its laws and schemes in India.
With outgoing Anti-China sentiments, the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology has blocked 59 apps by invoking Section 69A of Information Technology Act, 2000. Chinese apps have always been in controversy for the breach of data privacy, but does that give power to Government to illegalize the apps?
Albert Einstein has rightly said that “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”, thus, the National Education Policy, 2020 is one step forward in that direction as it extensively focuses on vocational, experiential, and application-based learning which is the need of the hour.
This article offers an overview of India's political finance system, the laws governing it, the problems that exist and the effects of an inadequate regulatory structure.
The executive along with legislature and the judiciary forms one of the three agencies through which the state functions. Emphasizing on the executive powers, the article interpret Article 73 in two folds with its nature and extent.
India is a country with the second largest population around the world. With such a diverse culture, the country has adopted its norms influenced by various other culture. Despite, there lack a freedom to equality on the basis on gender. As India, is a growing country, it is yet to develop and acknowledge the rights of LGBTQA+ community, equal rights to women are given in every other law but not acknowledged any such discrimination done to men. There needs to be a voice to stand for the equal rights of men being raped or harassed in this country and for that need, this article highlights few of the circling points one needs to understand about gender neutrality in India.
September 24, 2020 became a day full of protests, dissent and contradictions, when our President Ram Nath Kovind, assented the long-debated farmers bills. It was termed as being a “black law” by our opposition. Grain states of India, Punjab and Haryana broke out to violent protest and resented on the Acts being “unconstitutional”.
Nitimanthan in collaboration with YouCan Skill Development is hosting an online 3 Day workshop on ‘Learning the Core Skills of Dealing with your Clients’ from 2nd October to 4th October 2020. Details and Registration link inside.
The report of the webinar hosted on 6th September 2020 by the Niti Manthan Centre for Environmental Law, Research and Action. Recording of the same can be accessed at - https://youtu.be/IK6pO7OipKw