Whenever we talk about religion, we cannot forget about buddhism one of the oldest religion of India. Buddhism is still practiced in the Himalayan areas such as Sikkim, Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh, Bakhtiyar Khilji, who later becomes the first Muslim ruler of Bengal and Bihar, invaded Magadha and destroyed the Buddhist shrines and institutions at Nalanda,... Continue Reading →


NATIONAL POWERIt is basically how it is used for the betterment of the state. The power which is used to develop international relations is called national power. It is the ability or capability of a nation to secure the goals and objective of its national interest in relation to other nations. It is the sum... Continue Reading →


India was called the golden bird. You know why? since we topped in knowledge we had books, texts, vedas for everything, from medicine to stars and cure for number of disease but what happened now why we lack in fields of education even though we had Nalanda University where number of travellers came just to... Continue Reading →


Fundamental rights are some rights, that all the citizens of the country own irrespective of their caste, race, sex, religion, place of birth. If any rights are fundamental rights in which one the right talks about the right to equality that is given in article 14 to article 18. Basically, it treats everyone on a... Continue Reading →


We can define Criminal Conspiracy a crime to plan with other people to engage in criminal activity. Indian penal code section 120 A defines criminal conspiracy. As per this the essential elements for criminal conspiracy are presence of two or more persons and agreement among the said persons to do or to cause to be... Continue Reading →


Pollution is one of those problems in India which is least talked about but is one of the most serious issue we are facing. Pollution is the addition of harmful substances in the environment. It is the process of making land, water, air or other parts of the environment dirty and not safe or suitable... Continue Reading →


Fundamental rights are the rights guaranteed under Part III (Articles 12-35) of the Indian Constitution. Fundamental Rights are the essential human rights that has been offered to every citizen irrespective of their caste, religion, or gender. These rights are recognized by the Supreme Court as a high degree of protection from government. There are six fundamental rights... Continue Reading →


Muslim law is a religious law, and it applies to a person, who is Muslim either by birth or by proselytization. However, Islamic law is based on a man’s duties or obligations rather than his rights.  Muslim Law or Islam Law  is a part of Family Law. It is a personal law and a branch... Continue Reading →


Hindu law, which refers to the code of laws applied to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs in British India. It is regarded that the origin of Hindu law is based on religious text like Vedas, upanishads, the Geeta.Hindu law is a set of personal laws governing the social conditions of Hindus (such as marriage and divorce,... Continue Reading →


We all live in a society which is based on the principles of freedom and equality. Which clearly states that there is an elimination of any kind of discrimination against the women. But with the current situation of the worldwide pandemic and with pandemic the words that come to our mind our stress, anxiety and... Continue Reading →

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