Mandal Commission and Kargil war distracted our country

The Mandal Commission was set up in 1979 by the Janta Party government under the  Prime Minister Morarji Desai with a command to recognize the socially or instructively in reverse. The Mandal Commission prescribed for the  compensatory separation approaches like those embraced after autonomy for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for a huge extent 

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JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND JUDICIAL RESTRAIN

The term “Judicial activism” refers to judicial rulings suspected of being based on personal or political considerations rather than on existing law. The actual connotation of the term ‘judicial activism’ is still a mystery. But it essentially implies an essential role that the judiciary plays in the promotion of justice. The Black’s Law Dictionary defines 

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INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IN INDIA

Before understanding the infringement of copyright we have to understand the meaning and scope of the copyright act, what does exactly copyright means and how it affects, according to the section 13 of the copyright act it says that all in ‘original’ literary, dramatic, artistic, musical works as well as cinematographic films and sound recordings. 

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Corporate Social Responsibility

“Corporate social responsibility” means the company’s effort to take the responsibility of the environmental and social well being. The government of India had introduced the corporate social responsibility in the year 2009. It says every company having a net worth of 500 crores or more or 1000 crores or more, to mandatorily have a corporate 

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TAX PAYERS

Do you believe in justice? That our common freedoms ought to be secured? That all nationals would it be advisable for all to be dealt with as equivalents? You would most likely reply, “obviously!” But do you additionally understand that in the event that you are an eager supporter of open qualities like “equity,” “freedom” 

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LEGAL ISSUES INVOLVED IN THE BALOCHISTAN CONFLICT

Balochistan is a region is south-west Pakistan. Though rich in natural resources like Natural Gas, Oil, Coal, Copper, Sulphur, Fluoride and Gold, it is the most under-developed and poor region in Pakistan. According to the separatists of Baloch, the government of Pakistan is systematically suppressing development in this region to keep the Balochs weak. The 

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Prisoner’s Rights and Healthcare in India

Before understanding the rights of the prisoners we need to understand the term Human Rights. Human Rights are those rights which are entitled to human beings by the virtue of being humans, given by the state or any public authority. Every human being are entitled to human rights even the prisoners, since after commission of 

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