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Drivers not required to carry Driving License and RC- Under New Motor Vehicle Rule

Drivers not required to carry Driving License and RC- Under New Motor Vehicle Rule This post is written by Soumita Bhattacharyya  This rule would be applicable from October 1, 2020. The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways brought the new rules to ensure easy and hassle-free commutation. A notification was issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways pertaining to the amendments in the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. The amendments require the …

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Right to Information: Explained

This post is written by Muskaan Sharma INTRODUCTION The Right to information Act was created to realize social justice, transparency and to form responsible government however this act has not achieved its full objectives because of some impediments created because of systematic failures. As ascertained by city tribunal that misuse of the RTI Act has got to be suitably dealt with; otherwise the general public would lose religion and confidence during this “sunshine Act”. It …

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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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Prostitution: The Morality of Selling Sex

Prostitution: The Morality of Selling Sex By Adyasha Mishra, B.A student of Philosophy, Political Science, and French in University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Considered to be one of the oldest professions, prostitution is a well-hidden and a deeply stigmatized form of employment in India. Sex itself is a tabooed topic in our society, and the idea of sexual autonomy seems foreign despite the enormous population of this country. Exchange of bodily services for money is often up …

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Dispute settlement through Meditation

Dispute settlement through Meditation Written By – Nalini tamang Mediation is a procedure in which the parties discuss their disputes with the assistance of a trained impartial third person(s) who assists them in reaching a settlement . It may be an informal meeting among the parties or a scheduled settlement conference. The dispute may either be pending in a court or potentially a dispute which may be filed in court. Cases suitable for mediation are …

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