The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how crucial free access to reliable information can be. In a crisis such as this, it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that information can be a matter of life and death. Conversely, disinformation has speedily increased and it fuels various risks, including, at the present, the risk to public health. Further, it reinforces other challenges such as socio-economic disparity, gender bias, and inequalities of all forms.
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||Pragati Mishra|| The bruises and the marks on the body of some married Indian women often tell the story of their sufferings. The story which has no existence in the eyes of law. It is often said that how can a husband rape his wife? Why the hell she said yes to the marriage ifContinue reading “Need for Criminalizing Marital Rape in India”
By- Aprajita, School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar !! India is the largest democracy where the people elect their representatives through casting votes in elections. The basic regime which the democracy operates is the transparency. After independence, there were several attempts to make the public authorities more transparent and accountable toContinue reading “REAMING RTI TO POLITICAL PARTIES”
By- Aprajita Tiwari !! Over the years, the Corporate Social Responsibility, has picked up the pace rapidly, despite of being a new concept. The main idea behind CSR is that the objective of a company is not only to make profits, but also to fulfill a social obligation through ethical behavior and contribution to sustainable economicContinue reading “CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA”