Day: October 2, 2020

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND COVID-19

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND COVID-19 This post is written by Vismitha S studying BBA LLB at SASTRA University. INTRODUCTION In intimate relationships, such as marriage, dating, family, or friends, domestic violence can be characterized as a pattern of abusive conduct by either or both partners. In a relationship, it’s an establishment of power and fear. Physical abuse, sexual harassment, and intimidation can be domestic abuse. Through various methods of violence, the abuser tortures and controls the …

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Hathras and Balrampur Rape Case: The intertwining factors behind the Structural violence against Dalit Women

Hathras and Balrampur Rape Case: The intertwining factors behind the Structural violence against Dalit Women This post is written by Arshia Sekhri, 2nd year BBA LL.B, OP Jindal Global University. In Uttar Pradesh, Manisha Valmiki a Dalit woman was reportedly tortured, abused and raped by four Thakur men in Hathras. She struggled for her life for two weeks before succumbing to her injuries in Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi. The assault on her body, however, continues ever …

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Plea filed in Supreme Court asking for CBI OR SIT probe into the HATHRAS RAPE AND MURDER Case

Plea filed in Supreme Court asking for CBI OR SIT probe into the HATHRAS RAPE AND MURDER Case A plea was filed by Satyama Dubey, a social activist on Wednesday in the Hon’ble Supreme Court seeking for immediate CBI or SIT probe under the jurisdiction of sitting or retired judges of High Courts. It asked for urgent shift of case from Uttar Pradesh to Delhi for trial. The urgency was felt when the local authority …

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To tackle Covid-19, CSOs and the State must join hands

To tackle Covid-19, CSOs and the State must join hands This post is written by Muskaan Sharma Those of us with seats at policymaking or grant-making tables have a responsibility to speak up and amplify the work of others. With the imminent shrinking of resources, there is a greater urgency for government, industry, CSOs and citizenry to work as collaborators with shared goals and innovative approaches. Civil society organisations (CSOs) have immersed themselves in responding …

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Delhi violence accused’s bail plea rejected.

 Delhi violence accused’s bail plea rejected. This post is written by Garima Sethi. INTRODUCTION The Delhi riots as we all are aware were distructive  in nature. People from different area in name of opposing the Citizenship Act, were standing all together as gangs and group and had started opposing the government. The peaceful protest has changed in destroying riots. People were shedding blood in name of religion, destroying properties in the name of citizens. The …

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