DRUNKEN BRAWL LED TO DEATH — BUT KSU CHIEFS PREACH IT’S A COMMUNAL ATTACK.On April 22, 2021 by legalresearchanalyst2020
KSU LEADERS, THE “DIM LAMPS”.
Since time immemorial in Meghalaya, where there are communal attacks like the incidents of “native vs outsiders” timely reoccurring, the government authorities, local authorities like Dorbar Shnong, pressure groups like “Khasi Students’ Union”, all of them choose to refute and keep silence on the matter.
MEGHALAYA WATCH OUT! PLIGHTS IN THE GUISE OF INDIGENOUS RIGHTS.On April 9, 2021 by legalresearchanalyst2020
GENESIS. Shillong which is at present the capital city of Meghalaya was established in 1874 as the headquarters of the erstwhile Assam Province. Meghalaya was carved out of Assam in 1970. After the proper separation of the aforementioned two States, issues of indigenous identity, culture, and rights that remained suppressed earlier became subjects of irreconcilable conflict.
FEMINISM- WHY DO WE STILL NEED IT?On March 15, 2021 by Mohd Uzair
On 26th August 1970, fifty thousand feminists took to the street across America. On a full fifty years after the passage of the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote, 50,000 feminists paraded down New York city’s fifth avenue with linked arms blocking major thoroughfare during rush hour.
GOVERNANCE IN MEGHALAYA — RULE OF PENALTY FOR ONE WHILE IMMUNITY FOR THE OTHER.On March 8, 2021 by legalresearchanalyst2020
When it comes to adapting the “Rule of Law” in everyday governance, hypocrisy is extreme on the part of the Meghalaya Government. Discussed in this piece are very few examples picked from an ordinary walk of life. The hypocritical acts on the part of the Meghalaya Government shall lead on to infinity if I dive into them.
CORRUPT GOVERNANCE BY INEPT GOVT. RAINED MISERIES IN LOWER SIANG, ARUNACHAL.On February 24, 2021 by legalresearchanalyst2020
This piece of work delves into the tangled district “Lower Siang” of Arunachal Pradesh, to learn that this State is not exhaustive of beautiful things alone. Instead, there is another side of the truth as well, and that is the deteriorating history of corrupt governance plaguing the region.
ACCESS TO JUSTICE: ROLE OF LEGAL AIDOn February 1, 2021 by Srishty Patel
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SIR SYED AHMED KHAN AS A VOYAGE TO REFORMATIVE MODERNITYOn January 29, 2021 by Pranav Jha
INTRODUCTION Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, a name that needs no introduction. We all shall comply with the fact that he was a multifaceted, encyclopedic, inspirational, and philanthropic personality. Moreover, he was an Islamic reformer, pragmatist, philosopher, and jurist. However, he was jumbled into controversy from within the orthodox community as well as outside. This
Lessons from a PandemicOn January 1, 2021 by Faisal Khan
Opinion/Columnist The grim reality of a global pandemic is only assuaged by the shallow interconnectedness of the internet. The paradoxical duality that couldn’t be more on the nose. Courtesy;- THE BUSINESS JOURNALS 2020 will be remembered as the year the earth stood still. Millions were displaced, disconnected, devastated, depressed, and dead. Every day more people
MAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR THE GLOBE — 2020 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.On October 25, 2020 by legalresearchanalyst2020
WORLD ON A RACE FOR “WORLD ORDER”. Today mankind strives for “world peace”. We talk of human rights; we legislate and enact; we build our ambassadors; we drive ourselves with doctrines.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON JOBS AND SOCIETYOn August 20, 2020 by Faisal Khan
Intelligence, whether organic or artificial, is a compelling thing. It builds skyscrapers and form civilizations. It produces artistic masterpieces and defines moral codes. Whereas human intelligence has brought us to the advent of interplanetary development the capability of artificial intelligence is still a mystery for us. Human beings have been wrestling with the idea of