Are the Child Abuse Laws in India Enough to Protect Children?
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Are the Child Abuse Laws in India Enough to Protect Children?

Did you know a study conducted by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has found that 55% of children in India have experienced some kind of abuse, with 25% facing physical abuse, 16% facing sexual abuse, and 11% being victims of verbal or emotional abuse? 

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Hate Speech: Understanding & Combating it in India
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Hate Speech: Understanding & Combating it in India

Have you ever encountered words online or offline that made you uncomfortable? Whether it's online or offline, words can deeply impact us. That's why it's important to talk about hate speech, which is when words are used as weapons to hurt or belittle people because of who they are. Did you know more than one hateful incident happened daily in the first half of 2023? Can you imagine? 

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Tips & Tricks to Learn Important Sections of IPC
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Tips & Tricks to Learn Important Sections of IPC

The Indian Penal Code (IPC) is a comprehensive criminal code that serves as the primary legislation governing criminal offences in India. With 511 sections, it can be overwhelming to remember all of them, especially when preparing for competitive exams that test your knowledge of specific sections. 

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M.C. Mehta: The Green Avenger of India
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M.C. Mehta: The Green Avenger of India

Meet M.C. Mehta, the "Green Avenger of India." He is an environmentalist who has made a name for himself with his legal expertise and tireless commitment to protecting the environment. M.C. Mehta is a force to be reckoned with in environmental law.

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Section 304A IPC: Laws on Medical Negligence in India
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Section 304A IPC: Laws on Medical Negligence in India

Medical negligence is the breach of a duty of care owed by healthcare professionals to their patients, resulting in harm or injury due to a failure to meet the standard of care expected in the medical field. 

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Is stubble burning a major contributor to Delhi
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Is stubble burning a major contributor to Delhi's air pollution?

In recent times, Delhi has gained notoriety for having the most polluted air in the world. The situation aggravates during winter months (October to January) when the air is colder, and particles tend to remain suspended in the air for a longer duration. The primary cause for this is the practice of stubble burning in neighboring states such as Punjab and Haryana. 

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Disqualification Grounds for MPs & MLAs
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Disqualification Grounds for MPs & MLAs

The disqualification of a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) is a consequential event in politics, marking the removal of an elected representative from their position due to certain legal or constitutional violations. In the world’s biggest democracy like India, where every politician plays a role, disqualifying a Member of Parliament (MP) or Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) can be an unexpected twist keeping both the audience and political pundits on the edge of their seats. 

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Exposing the Reality of Bonded Labour in India: An Overview
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Exposing the Reality of Bonded Labour in India: An Overview

Imagine a low-income family in a village who borrowed some money to pay for their daughter's medical treatment. The local landlord lends them the money but sets very high-interest rates. To pay off the debt, the family is forced to work in the landlord's fields for very little pay.

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Last Month Strategies to crack CLAT PG 2024
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Last Month Strategies to crack CLAT PG 2024

Hey there, CLAT PG aspirants! 

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Odd-Even Rule Returns: Can Delhi find Relief from Pollution?
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Odd-Even Rule Returns: Can Delhi find Relief from Pollution?

The government of Delhi is taking measures to combat the deteriorating air quality in the city. The odd-even car rationing scheme will return from 13 November to 20 November, and vehicles will be restricted based on the last digits of their license plates. 

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Electoral Bonds: Understanding the Anonymity Concerns in India
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Electoral Bonds: Understanding the Anonymity Concerns in India's Political Financing

Imagine being able to support your favorite political party without anyone knowing it was you. Sounds intriguing, right? This can be done with the help of electoral bonds. This might sound complicated, but they're like a hidden key to political donations in India. Ever since the electoral bonds scheme was introduced in 2018, more than half, or 57%, of the funds extended through bonds have gone to the BJP. 🤯

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Formation of States & UTs in India
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Formation of States & UTs in India

The transition of India from a colonial-era picture, comprising British-controlled provinces and princely states under local monarchs, to the integrated nation we see today was a monumental task undertaken between 1947 and 1950. The political map of India in 1947 was quite different as compared to the present one.

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Constitutional Amendments: List of Amendments to our Indian Constitution
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Constitutional Amendments: List of Amendments to our Indian Constitution

'To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.'

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Law of War in International Law
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Law of War in International Law

Since the beginning, humans have resorted to violence in cases of disagreements. However, people from around the world felt the need to limit the brutalities of war, and the humanitarian spirit of humans led to the first-ever Geneva Convention of 1864, culminating in the birth of modern humanitarian laws which established the basic limits on how wars can be fought. These universal laws of war protect those not fighting, as well as those who are no longer able to.

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Securities and Exchange Board of India
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Securities and Exchange Board of India

The Securities and Exchange Board of India, often referred to as SEBI is like a watchdog for the Indian financial markets. It was created in 1992 to protect regular people who invest in stocks and other financial products while also overseeing and regulating the functioning of stock exchanges and mutual funds. As a guardian of the Indian financial infrastructure. SEBI plays a crucial role in maintaining transparency, ensuring fair practices, and fostering investor confidence in the dynamic world of securities and investments.

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Recent Criminal Law Judgments of 2023
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Recent Criminal Law Judgments of 2023

Studying recent judgments is very important for CLAT PG and other competitive exams in law. It's a gateway to fresh legal updates and evolving interpretations by the courts. 

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United Nations Organizations
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United Nations Organizations

The United Nations, often called the UN, is like a big team of countries trying to keep peace and help each other. They've been around for a long time and have done a lot of important things like one of its agencies called the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) watches over nuclear stuff in nearly 180 countries.

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Competition Commission of India (CCI): All you need to know
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Competition Commission of India (CCI): All you need to know

Imagine you went to a shopping mall filled with stores, all trying to sell you stuff. But instead of giving you good deals, these stores gang up to make things more expensive. That's where the Competition Commission of India (CCI) steps in, like a mall guardian. Its job is to make sure these stores play fair and don't team up to hike prices. Why? Because for an economy to grow, trade needs to be easy and free. Businesses should compete without any unfair tricks, and CCI ensures this happens.

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