Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Tanya Sharma & Radhika Misra

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Social Justice as a concept is based on equal distribution of Justice, it was first recognized by a Sicilian priest priest Luigi Taparelli d’Azeglio, and given prominence by Antonio Rosmini Serbati in La Costitutione Civile Secondo la Giustizia Sociale in 1848. In modern times, it can be referred from Article 1 of the UDHR, which is central […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Victor Das

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“While the law of competition may be hard for the individual, it is the best for the human race because it ensures the survival of the fittest in every department.” -Andrew Carnegie, American industrialist. Introduction Once upon a time, in 1879, in a country we know today as the United States of America, certain unique […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Smriti Tripathi


‘Intellectual property right’ is the much touted phrase in today’s era of market competition and globalization. This article aims to introduce this concept that sounds hi-fi and is somewhat intriguing to a layman. Everyone knows what a property is. In day to day parlance we associate the word property with some object or land that […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Devdatta Mukherjee

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A person’s a person, no matter how small: An Introduction “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” – Nelson Mandela. Recognition of the rightful place of the child in the societal fabric, a paradigm shift from a need-based approach to a right-based approach, […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Priyambada Chaturvedi


The term “Reservation” has been doing the rounds within the Indian media circuit of late owing to the government decision to implement 27% quota for the OBCs in the educational institutions of higher learning. The term was initially came into existence during the famous “Poona Pact”[1] of 1932 which demanded the 18% of reserved seats […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Shubhangi Gupta

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“Death solves all problems…no man, no problem.”… Joseph Stalin. “I am certainly not ascribing to the defenders of Euthanasia or assisted dying any motive but the desire to spare people unnecessary suffering.”…Rowan Williams. Also identifiable by the name “Mercy Killing”, Euthanasia connotes the act of deliberately helping someone in terminating his life or conceding to his request […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Safal Sharma

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Crocs for crocodiles. Yes! Torts for tortoises? No! It’s funny but it is not correct! If you have studied law or have ever visited any law student friend of yours or in any way have come across some book or article titled “law of torts”, it’s a bet you would have had your attention caught […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by S.Nandini Pahari & Sanjeev.S

Comments Off on The Irony Of Equality Vis-A-Vis Protective Discrimination in India

The framers of the Indian Constitution, emphasized upon certain aspects like Secularism, Integrity, Freedom and Equality. According to the Indian Constitution, there should be Equality on the basis of caste, religion, sex and so on. It is must for all the residents of the country to abide by these rules and regulations and make sure […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Radhika Indapurkar

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A constitution is, broadly, a set of rules, written and unwritten, which seek to establish the duties, powers and functions of the various institutions of government, regulate the relationships between them, and define the relationship between the state and the individual. The term constitution is also used more narrowly to refer to a single, authoritative […]

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