Creation of Dependency by useage of drugs

There’s a scarcely discernible difference between standard drugs use and drugs misuse and enslavement. Not many drugs victimizers or addicts can perceive when they’ve gone too far. While recurrence or the measure of drugs devoured don’t really comprise drug misuse or dependence, they can frequently be pointers of drugs related issues. In the event that…

Constitution of India 2

SALIENT FEATURES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION Modern Constitution- The Indian Constitution was drafted in the mid-twentieth century by its makers which gave them an advantage as they could take cognizance and simultaneously were inspired by the various constitutional processes operating in different countries in the world and hence they could draw upon a rich fund of…

Offences against Property – 2

In last article we get to know about the offences against property till Section 395 and this article is the continuation of last article and we will get to know sections of Criminal Misappropriation and Criminal Breach of Trust. 1. CRIMINAL MISAPPROPRIATION Sec 403 of IPC defines Dishonest misappropriation of property as: Whoever dishonestly misappropriates…

Understanding misuse of Drugs

Abstract IDARS is an abbreviation for the International Drug Abuse Research Society. Aside from our logical and instructive purposes, we convey data to the general and academic network about substance misuse and dependence science and treatment potential. Individuals from IDARS are research researchers and clinicians from around the globe, with planned gatherings over the globe….

Constitution of India – 1

CONSTITUTION OF INDIA DEFINITION- Constitution of India is the fundamental law of the land and it is important to state that all other laws in India derive there from the Constitution of India. Hence it means that if the law is violative of any of the principles of the Constitution then in that case, that…

Facts about Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan or Lohri or Pongal is Celebrated on the Fourteen Day of the Month of January, every year. Since, this is a festival, which is calculated as per the Solar Cycle, it falls on the same day every year. Makar refers to the Capricon Zodiac sign and Sankranti means shift. Makar Sankranti…

Constitutionalism – 2

 4)  Rule of Law- Rule of Law, in the ordinary sense would refer to the supremacy of law.          Individuals working in a State Machinery or for that matter, citizens of a particular region are all subjected to that law of that particular country which would further imply that the government officials shall dispense their official…

BALANCING LIFE- SALOUNI CHOUDAHRY

Candidate:05 , Salouni Choudhary, 19, a student studying from home all thanks to Corona Virus. What are your official working hours and how many hours do you work? Ans. As a student I have classes for 3-4 hours daily. But apart from this I am doing internships and for that I don’t have any fixed…

Constitutionalism – 1

CONSTITUTIONALISM In ordinary sense, constitutionalism may be defined as a “belief in a constitutional government.” Constitution also can be defined as a doctrine that governs the legitimacy of a governmental action and it implies something more important than the idea of legality which requires official conduct to be in accordance with the Rules. In simple…

Right to Private Defence – Part 2

This article deals with rest of section of Right to private defence. All the sections mentioned in the article hereunder are from the Indian Penal Code Sec 98 deals with right of private defence against the act of a person of unsound mind etc. It states that when an act, which would otherwise be a…

Am I Ready to send my Son to school

The Lockdowns have relaxed now. Slowly, everybody is trying to get things back to normal. I am the mother of a 6-year-old and a 1 and a half-year-old. There has been news about schools trying to reopen by January 2021, but I am not sure that I will send my son to school, at least…

Right to Defence – Part 1

A state is under obligation to protect the life and property of its subject. But it is not possible for a state, howsoever resourceful and organised it may be, to depute a policeman to every individual for protecting his body and property. A state can never extend its help to all at all times and…