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A lot of social struggles have served society, in terms of creating a welcoming space for all where all will live with dignity and respect. These movements were either against institutional or pre-existing social conditions. In pursuant to their rights, some marginal populations are striving hard to be on equal footing with dominant groups. These minority groups have been subjected to oppression and subjugation which resulted in mass struggles such as anti-caste movements, LGBTQ+ movements

The old case of Gyanvapi Mosque once again came into the limelight when, on May 13th, 2022, a local Varanasi court allowed for the continuation of a videography survey of the site. Three days later, on May 16th, 2022, reports came in that a 'Shivling' like structure was found at the center of the wazu khana or ablution tank located inside the Gyanvapi Mosque complex. Anjuman Intejamia Masajid, the body that manages the mosque, argued that the

Recently writ petition has been filed in Vaibhav Jain vs. U.O.I to allow registration of same-sex marriage happened abroad under such jurisdiction which permits it. Foreign Marriage Act, 1969, and Special Marriage Act, 1954, has been quoted by saying that since former legislation allows registration of marriage which has happened on foreign soil between either/both the parties who are Indian citizen, and later talks about special kind of

The hijab is an essential religious practice in the Islam religion. It has been beautifully cited in several Quranic scriptures. The truth within the Hijab tradition transcends beyond the history itself while rendering historical analysis among all Qur'anic verses is when God revealed a covering that was a necessity to be worn by women among the consequences and circumstances they were in because of constant crimes against

In August of 2019, the news broke out that cricket was one of the only sports that had not yet announced compliance with the World Anti-Doping Agency. The ICC had been lobbying for this chance to comply with WADA but it was unable to do so because of the stance taken by BCCI against the proposition. Once BCCI reversed its stance it was then just a formality to comply with the requirements of the WADA which at the national level


Section 2(h) of the Indian Contracts Act 1872 defines a contract as an agreement that is enforceable by law. Section 10 of the Act lists out the requisites that make the agreement enforceable. One such requisite is the capacity of the parties to contract. Capacity to contract basically means competency of the parties to contract. Section 11 of the Act declares the people


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