human rights

Gender Based Dimensions of Education

The phenomenon of Gender encompasses a socially constructed category (as against natural and biological differentiation on the lines of ‘sex’) that assigns specific characteristics, socially  acceptable attributes and norms, behavior, and practices, as well as the allocation of resources and responsibilities to both men and women, thereby highlighting the need for a thorough examination of …

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An Entrenchment Less Understood

Competition Law in India needs more nuance in the investigation of ‘Abuse of Dominance’ in digital markets Price based aspects of competition, have traditionally dominated the discourse on competition. With the advent of digital markets, and the consequent significance of non-price-based characteristics however, this discourse becomes ineffective for economic regulators. Data and privacy have become …

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Saying Adios to Physical ‘Toll Nakas’ in India-Establishing GPS Based Toll Collection

As time and again highlighted by our national leaders, Arteries and veins are to the human body, that Roads and Highways are to the nation. Drawing a parallel between the importance of roads and highways to that of the human circulatory system itself emphasizes the crucial role played by them in the smooth functioning of …

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State: The Judge, Jury and Executioner? Policy Dialectics: National Security and Human Rights

“Why are you making my innocent child stand in the rain even after his death?”. This line from  the Memories of a Father by T.V. Eachara Warrier points to the agony and deprivation caused by  arbitrary state action not only on the rights of an individual but also on their family and the larger  society. …

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