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The Sedition Law in India

Add captionIntroductionThe Constitution of India, 1950 grants us certain Fundamental Rights, which represent our basic human rights and liberties. One of these rights is...

Domestic Violence- The Shadow Pandemic

“As people are asked to stay at home, the risk of intimate partner violence or sexual assault is likely to increase which significantly exposes...

5 things to do to beat your ‘Tier – 3’College graduate tag

                   When you land into a Tier - 3 college, from the very first day you...

Contempt of Court

INTRODUCTION Judiciary in India is one of the three pillars of the Indian governance system. The courts are given the task of delivering justice and they also...

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LawSphere Calls for Content Writers

About LawSphere 'LawSphere' is an online legal education and knowledge platform mainly aimed at law students, law entrance exam...

Two Days Virtual Workshop on Art of Advocacy by Path Lexis

About Path LexisPath Lexis is a Youth Organization Specializing in Organizing Moot Courts, Debates, Seminars and Other Legal Competitions for a much...

LawSphere call for Student Editors

About LawSphere LawSphere' is an online legal education and knowledge platform mainly aimed at law students, law entrance exam aspirants and anyone who wants to...

How to open NGO in India

Introduction to NGO The term NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) was coined initially in 1950 by the United Nations. NGO is...
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