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Critical Analysis of Three New Ordinances Bill for Farmers

Critical Analysis of Three New Ordinances Bill for Farmers This post is written by Parul khurana, Amity Law School, Delhi. Recently Central government introduced three ordinances to bring in far-reaching agricultural ‘reforms’ in the country. Taken together, these ordinances intend to liberalize the regulatory system in the agriculture sector, provide freedom to farmers and traders to trade in farm produce at a site of their choice such as farm gates, warehouses, etc., and to usher in legal …

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WHY ARE FARMERS PROTESTING DURING A PANDEMIC?

WHY ARE FARMERS PROTESTING DURING A PANDEMIC? This post is written by Vismitha S, studying BBA LL.B at SASTRA University. Introduction The Parliament recently passed three ‘Farm’ Bills despite strong opposition which led to massive protests across the country. The bills make it easier for farmers to sell agricultural products directly to private buyers and enter into a contract with private companies. The government hopes that private sector investment will boost growth. What are the …

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OUR CULTURE DON’T RECOGNIZE THE SAME SEX- MARRIAGE 

OUR CULTURE DON’T RECOGNIZE THE SAME SEX- MARRIAGE  This post is written by Parul Khurana. A plea has been filed by the activist and members of LGBTQ committee before the Delhi high court seeking to recognize the rights of same-sex couples to get married under the Hindu marriage act, 1956   which is being opposed by the solicitor general of India Tushar Mehta. Tushar Mehta submitted that the concept of same-sex marriage is not recognized …

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Media trials dismantling the reliance on Judiciary?

Media trials dismantling the reliance on Judiciary? This post is written by Pratikshya Priyadarshini, Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur Indian Democracy gives the confidence and power to Indians to be vocal and voice up their opinions against the foul play of authorities or any institution, for that matter; to be able to criticise etc. The power is further attributed to them through the wide interpretations of articles prescribed under the Indian Constitution, which is known as …

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