Road To Constitutional Feminism: Tracing Out Misogyny In Indian Judiciary

On 15th July a Civil court in Bihar sent jail to the’ gang rape survivor’ charging her for contempt, followed by a decision of Karnatka High court infamous order of granting bail to rape accused while making observation” unbecoming of Indian women” reveals deep rooted structural patriarchy within top institution of Indian Judiciary.

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Teen Substance Abuse: Brewing Juvenile Delinquency

Substance abuse has become a huge phenomenon in India over past two decades. Drug Abuse basically means use of harmful drugs or alcohol for the purpose to alter mood. It affects all segments of society, but it has a huge impact on the youth because of their high level of vulnerability. It is an issue of national importance. It causes serious threats to every society. It deteriorates health, increase crimes, hampers productivity, destroys relationships, and erode social and moral values which results in impediment in the overall progress of that society. Teen substance abuse is problematic on various levels as it encourages teens to indulge into harmful crimes like gambling, pick-pocketing, burglaries and even murders. This blog will discuss about causes and consequences of substance abuse in youths with special reference to India.

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How Government Used The Pandemic To Scrap Labour Laws

Philosophically, with fewer regulations and laws it is viable to engender more employment in a market, however, practically from the experience of the States that have relaxed labour laws suggests that demolishing worker protection laws have failed to attract investments and boom employment and it can be seen exploitation and deterioration of working conditions of these workers only. There are several reasons for this: a) too much-unused capacity. b) fall in overall demand.

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Israel’s Response to Corona Virus : Surveillance

Since the first case of Covid-19 was reported in the country the Israeli government has been working tirelessly to contain the spread. Its aggressive policies and response greatly contributed to Israel being able to flatten the curve and maintain low cases of the virus. Israel’s adoption of such dramatic measures was seen unwarranted by many. It did not allow foreign travellers to enter the country and quarantined the citizens who had returned very early on. But the country and its citizens have had a cost to pay. In its attempt to crack down on the virus, the Israeli government resorted to several severe tactics. One of them was the surveillance state. Israel’s internal security agency- the Shin Bet was given the power to use covert systems that are used for counter-terrorism cases to track the movements of the citizens. The use of such systems to track movements, health data and other personal details of the citizens has raised some serious privacy concerns in Israel.

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SC All Set To Use An Ambiguous And Uncertain Tool: Constitutional Morality

By- Saumya Singh The Hon’ble SC through its emancipation project, though, mutatis mutandis, to transformative constitutionalism has resuscitated the ethos of the Indian Constitution, scilicet Constitutional Morality viz myriad of…

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