Indian Pakistan Rivalry: A Political Passion or National Rising

INTRODUCTION:- India and Pakistan   two neighbouring countries with countless history. Which was once one and undivided but today divided not only by border but also from heart. From cricket to Kashmir   these two countries don’t see eye to eye. Scholars, foreign policy analysts, and journalists focusing on Indo-Pak relations have long described these relations as 

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CALL FOR PAPERS: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENDER JUSTICE”

Date: 6thAugust, 2017 Venue: Indian Law Institute, Opp. Supreme Court of India, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi, Delhi- 110001. Sub Themes: Human Rights of Women and Children Status of Indigenous People Human Trafficking Child Labour Child Sexual Abuse Conflict between IPR and Human Rights Racial Discrimination Human Rights of Migrant Workers Human Rights of Aged 

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114 year old Taj Palace and Trademark Laws in India

  The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai has become the first Indian building to be trademarked, under the Trademarks Act 1999, for its architectural design. Part of the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, this hotel is considered the flagship property of the group and contains 560 rooms and 44 suites. There is some 1,500 staff including 

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SUICIDE OR HONOR KILLING?

In the present society we see many people committing suicide for reasons unknown to their family even and if these cases come in the light of the public, the reasons remain unidentified or not reported. Here is one such story where the cause of the suicide was assumed to have been a murder. After so 

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SURROGACY LAWS IN INDIA

In simple language surrogacy can be defined as – when a couple wants a baby and they are not able to conceive a baby due to medical issue then other women carries the artificial sperm of the father. Then that lady carries the child in her womb and then gives birth to the child to 

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