The part I of Right to Information (RTI) series had covered aspects on a brief history of RTI, also known as the transparency law in India. This article will cover some important aspects of RTI like:...Read more
The combat between transgenders and a conservative society has reached a non-satisfactory conclusion with the ‘Transgender Persons Bill’, which was passed in Lok Sabha on December 17, 2018. The Bill seeks to...Read more
India’s transparency law in India i.e. Right to Information (RTI) is one of the most powerful legislation that was enacted on 12 October 2005. Although the need for RTI was triggered much earlier it was only...Read more
A few thousand domestic workers in India marched with placards, shouting slogans near Parliament on the 2nd of August, 2018. They were demanding legal provisions to secure their rights while the government...Read more
“The right to vote is the right upon which all of our rights are leveraged- and without which none can be protected,” said Benjamin Todd Jealous. In India, convicted individuals, people under trials or in...Read more
“The prostitute is not, as feminists claim, the victim of men rather their conqueror, an outlaw who controls the sexual channel between nature and culture” said by Camilie Paglia, an American academic and...Read more
Prisons in a basic sense are spaces where we believe that wrongdoers would be punished for their transgressions against the law. These people who are proven to be guilty are ‘imprisoned’, since they pose a...Read more
Roman satirist and poet Juvenal had once raised an important question, ‘quis custodiet ipsos custodes’ or ‘who will guard the guards themselves? In light of recent events in the capital including the question...Read more
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