Uncovering Brutal Sexual Abuse History- When life guide becomes an exploiterOn February 17, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
Thereafter Strecht, in a news conference which took place in Lisbon conveyed that as per the information presently available, both Catholic Church members and priests have perpetrated sexual abuses since 1950.
Iran now targeting female journalistsOn February 17, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
Iran amid the protest against the hijab laws has now started targeting female journalists and it is reported that almost 17 of them have been arrested
The Lawyer who was shot by his own gunOn February 10, 2023 by Sriya Pradhan
A Brazilian gun-loving lawyer named Leonardo Mathias de Novaes was shot by his own
gun. It was a registered firearm; that’s what the attorney said during its investigation.
Bombay High Court stops Anti-Terror Exercises that target a communityOn February 8, 2023 by Sahithi Reddy
The Bombay High Court bench in this case has prohibited the conduct of such exercises by prohibiting the portrayal of members of a certain community as terrorists and has requested that the Maharashtra government provide a statement on any rules or regulations for organizing (anti-terror) drills.
Israeli anti-government demonstrations over the proposed judicial reforms are still going on.On February 6, 2023 by Sahithi Reddy
Tens of thousands of Israelis have assembled for a sixth week of demonstrations against controversial judicial changes planned by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration.
Struggling with journalism in PakistanOn February 4, 2023 by Reyan Hameed Arain
Pakistan is a democratic nation that has ratified international agreements regarding human rights and freedom of speech. Journalism is a highly regarded profession in the country and has been nurtured through the tireless efforts of numerous brave, dedicated, and resolute journalists. Many of these journalists have even given their lives in defense of freedom of expression.
Anne Frank – Victim of the persecution of the JewsOn January 31, 2023 by Arundhutee Bhattacharya
Anne Frank was just one of six million Jews murdered by the Nazis between 1939 and 1945. but her words, and her life, have become potent symbols of the shoah, of which she is arguably the most well-known victim.1929 saw the birth of Anne Frank in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Margot, Anne’s sister, was three years older than her.
Religion is important in our country only when its relevant under the law, otherwise for all purposes India is a secular country.On January 29, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The secular state is a concept born from secularity. It means the state or a country is officially neutral in matters of religion. To be clear, it does not mean irreligious. A secular state is where its people can follow their perspective religion, but the country does not officially support or oppose any religion. It is an environment where people can live together irrespective of their caste, religion and culture. the Division Bench of Justice KM Joseph and Justice Hrishikesh Roy said The Constitution of India envisages India as a secular nation and fraternity ensuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the country is one of the guiding principles enshrined in the Preamble.
AT LEAST 8 KILLED AND 10 INJURED INCLUDING CHILDREN IN JERUSELUM TERROR ATTACKOn January 29, 2023 by Sudiksha
At least 8 people were killed and 10 injured, including children in a terror attack that occurred near a popular market in Jerusalem on Monday night. The attack happened in the Mahane Yehuda market, which is located in the center of the city. The attack was carried out by a Palestinian man who drove a van into a group of people who were gathered at the market.
BRUTALITY DISGUISED AS PUBLIC SAFETY — THE MISGOVERNANCE OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.On August 5, 2021 by legalresearchanalyst2020
“One is classified as essential and the other not. VIP’s movements and election rallies are treated as immune to the virus and the necessitated movements of the public not. They just don’t know that something declared as non-essential and made shut was the only essential for someone to ever sustain himself. Just remember, whom we