HYPOCRISY ON RACIAL PREJUDICE

By: Falakyar Askari Racism is a prevalent and seemingly natural practice in India. Racial discrimination against people from North-Eastern states is widespread and an important part of academic discussion. The racial discrimination ranges from the casual use of the word “chinki” as a descriptive label to outright physical assault as in the case of Nido Tania,…

THE BRIDGE TO THE VALLEY

By: Sanjana Sikumar (National Law University, Jodhpur) The era of Nehruvian diplomacy is long past. Modi, unlike all his predecessors has shown a penchant for dividing people squarely into those in favour and those not pleased. Living up to his reputation, the Controversy’s Child barely waited to seat himself comfortably in his new throne, before…

HUMANITARIAN APPROACH IN THE EVOLUTION OF LAWS OF WAR

By: Utkarsh Pandey (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam) One hundred years ago on 28 July, 1914 the First World War broke out, with the epicenter in Europe, which completely changed the world order thereafter and forever. The war had its own importance because it brought about massive human rights violations and a catastrophe…