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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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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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NATURAL IMPACTS OF TRADE

Written by- Naman Mishra, Himachal Pradesh National Law University NATURAL IMPACTS OF TRADE World exchange extension has raised the issue of the connection among exchange and the earth. Is exchange fortunate or unfortunate for the earth? The appropriate response isn’t self-evident. The creation of merchandise that are imported and sent out, as other creation, will frequently have natural impacts. Yet, will these impacts increment or abatement with extended exchange? Will they influence the trading country, …

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Can the citizens claim that their right to life was violated as most of the countries don’t want to invest in earthquake protection technology?

Can the citizens claim that their right to life was violated as most of the countries don’t want to invest in earthquake protection technology? Written by- Abhinav Akash ,Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam Topic- Can the Citizens Claim that their Right to Life was violated as most of the countries don’t want to invest in earthquake protection technology Introduction Life, livelihoods, culture and society, are fundamental aspects of human existence, hence their maintenance and …

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COMMON BUT DIFFERENTIATED RESPONSIBILITY

COMMON BUT DIFFERENTIATED RESPONSIBILITY This article is written by Seval Jain, student of Chanakya National Law University, Patna. The present article deals with the in depth analysis of the most common principle of international and environmental law i.e. PRINCIPLE OF COMMON BUT DIFFERENTIATED RESPONSIBILITY. Everyone is quite familiar with the Conference of Parties (COP) International Climate Change talks that take place every year. The decision brought by COP 1 has presented a new framework to …

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