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Discover How The Rape Of A Six-Year-Old Girl Is The Subject Of A Lengthy Read?

The conversation about a six-year-old girl starts with silence. It ends with that. One crisscrosses several labyrinths in Hallo Majra where people from balconies stare....

New Survey Reveals Gender Pay Gap In Offices

In a recent international survey on gender equality opinions and experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic, most (87 per cent) female respondents from India have...

Kirti Kulhari: Harsh reality is Gender-based violence!

Actress Kirti Kulhari feels gender-based violence is a harsh reality, one that has gone up amid the pandemic. "Together, we are facing the largest social,...

Education Without Ethics Leads To Intellectual Diarrhea

The definition of EDUCATION in modern times is crisp and direct. Be good at your chosen area of studies, the rest will take its...

The First Step Towards Truth: Justice For Sushant Singh Rajput

By Ayushi Sharma The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the CBI probe into the untimely death of Bollywood actor, Sushant Singh Rajput. The first step...

Things You Need to Consider before Filing a Lawsuit

No one wants to end up in a courtroom, but sometimes you don't have any other choice. If you feel that you have been...

Only A Strong Leader Can Control The Mobocracy

BY: JAYANTA GHOSAL I am a human being - Homo sapiens. But does that mean I am poor, brutish, nasty and small? That is what...

People with Albinism Face Great Difficulties in Seeking Justice

The Independent Expert on the Enjoyment of Human Rights by Persons with Albinism reports people with this condition have great difficulty getting justice or recompense...

Separation Of Powers Is A beautiful Theory: Jasti Chelameswar

That the executive and the judiciary are insulated from each other is a beautiful theory which does not work in practice if iconoclast judge...

Across Asia’s Borders, Survivors Of Human Trafficking, Dial in for Justice

When Neha Maldar testified against the traffickers who enslaved her as a sex worker in India, she spoke from the safety of her own...

Indu Malhotra sworn in as SC judge

Senior lawyer Indu Malhotra was sworn in on Friday as Supreme Court judge, amid raging controversy over the Narendra Modi government returning recommendation on...

Swarna Bharat Party (SBP) wants Modi Government to bring reform in Labour Laws

Mr Modi lied to Indians when he spoke about minimum government, maximum governance The expansion of maternity leave to 26 weeks for women...

Supreme Court to Scrutinize the Closure of 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Cases: Lawyer demands SC probe into Kashmiri Hindu killings

The Supreme Court has decided to scrutinize SIT's closing of 241 cases related to 1984 Anti-Sikh riots However, the Court dismissed another PIL...

Muslims say they are more likely to be deported than Hindus from Indian border to Bangladesh

For the past 25 years, border police in Assam are trying to catch illegal Bengali-speaking immigrants who settled in the region after March 1971 ...

Preeti A. Rathi Murder: India’s First Death Verdict in an Acid Attack case in Mumbai

MUMBAI, September 09, 2016: On Thursday, a Mumbai Special Court declared a death penalty verdict to a Delhi man, Ankur Narayanlal Panwar, for hurling acid...

Africans In India adopt ‘The Indian Way of Life’ to protect themselves from Public Violence

Nigerians in Delhi appear to have adopted self-disciplining as the only form of protection from public violence The general attitude of the public towards...

Indian law delivers ‘justice’ to Salman Khan

Ironically, Salman Khan's acquittal comes on the Human Rights Day. Five wretched people sleeping over the footpath were crushed under his car and the first thing the actor did was to run away to home.

With ‘Sabka Vikas’, there must be ‘Sabka Nyay’, says PM Modi

"I believe in 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas' and with that there must be 'Sabka Nyay'," PM Modi said,

Why is justice delivered only in English?

By Harshmeet Singh In July this year, while answering a PIL, the Gujarat High Court asserted that only English can be used in the proceedings...

Wedlock a ‘compromise’, no soft approach in rape cases: SC

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday held that there can be no compromise in a rape case in the name of promising wedlock. An apex...

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An experimental oral antiviral drug has shown potential in prevention and treatment of SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing Covid-19 infections, say researchers. The antiviral -- MK-4482...

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