The Next Big Thing: “A 100 MP Camera Phone”

20th March 2019

We never thought that we can click pictures through phone, but the time has changed a lot now. Those days are gone now, people have started clicking pictures on phone and now mobile photography is in the trend now. Earlier there was a war over which smartphone camera has the highest megapixels. With the launch […]

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Mary Kom Is Now The World’s Number One Female Boxer!

12th January 2019

Mary Kom has done it again. Adding to her list of countless achievements, this supermom from Manipur has now become the number one female boxer in the world. According to the latest rankings of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), Mary Kom has bagged the numero uno position in the light-fly 48 kg weight division with […]

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Now Driving Wrong Side Can Hurt Your Tyres

9th January 2019

When someone is stuck in the traffic jam or is in a hurry to go somewhere, they usually go the wrong side of the road to avoid the traffic but sometimes it leads to the increase in the traffic jam. To curb this malpractice of the citizen, that increases the traffic jam instead of skipping it, […]

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A Short Analysis of the Triple Talaq Bill

30th December 2018

The practice of triple talaq (pronouncement of Talaq by a Muslim man to his wife for divorce) had earlier been declared unconstitutional by a five-judge bench of the supreme court with the ratio of 3:2 comprising of Chief Justice JS Khehar, Justices Kurian Joseph, RF Nariman, UU Lalit and Abdul Nazeer in the case of […]

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Analysis of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016

28th December 2018

Recently, on 17th December 2018, Lok Sabha passed the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016. The bill was presented in the Lok Sabha by Thaawarchand Gehlot, the Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment. The basic need of this piece of legislation was to empower and safeguard the interest of the 4.8 million Transgender community […]

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Should Marijuana Be Legalized in India?

27th December 2018

Introduction: Marijuana, a drug of considerable conflict in India, is also known to be highly circulated within the country, despite the laws in the country has declared its dealing, usage, trading and consumption as illegal. A herb, or a drug, whatever one may prefer to refer to it as (there are audiences divided over this […]

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26th December 2018

The Supreme Court, while deciding the United India Insurance Co. Ltd. v. Hyundai Engineering Co. Ltd.[1](hereinafter referred to as the ‘UIIC’ Case), made a rather surprising interpretation of Section 11 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (hereinafter referred to as the ‘1996 Act’). The judgment delivered by the Apex Court overturned a previous judgment […]

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The State of UP Set To See Four More Statues after Lord Rams

17th December 2018

After the humongous Statue of Unity at Narmada district in the state of Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh is set to install four statues. The Yogi Adityanath led state has already approved the statue of Lord Ram in Ayodhya and will see the instalment of statues of Vivekanand at the Raj Bhawan, while a statue of former […]

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Is There A Need For “Statue Of Unity”?

22nd November 2018

(We are not Modi haters or Kejriwal fans. During the voting season, we press the NOTA button, so it’s a humble request to all the viewers not use cuss words in the comment section and please don’t drag us to the court.) Statue of Unity’s construction started in October 2013, before Modi Ji become Prime […]

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Dear Crypto-Market, Stop With The False Bull Trends

15th October 2018

To all the day traders out there, our hearts go out to you. Jokes aside, talk about a crazy day right? Most of you would be wondering what the hell happened today and we have quite a few explanation for it. Basically, there was way too much Tether FUD today which cause a huge spike […]

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Sabarimala Verdict | A Dissenting Opinion of a Devotee

14th October 2018

The Supreme Court of India delivered what some would call “A Landmark Judgement” on gender equality by lifting the Entry age restriction between the ages of 10-50 for women into the temple. This rather seemed like an outgoing publicity stunt by CJI Mishra before his retirement rather than taking the right stand. The Supreme Court […]

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Pakora And A Lot of Rokda(Money)

6th October 2018

Earlier this year our beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed Selling Pakoras is a job and obviously, he is right. People amidst the statement made fun of him. But the news below will shut their mouths forever. And the incident of Panna Lal Pakore wala in Ludhiana has revealed the success of Pakoras. Panna Lal […]

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Making Delhi Noise Pollution Free Zone

5th October 2018

We all must have seen the driver of any vehicle use horn as a machine gun. Yesterday, one our employee was going to Rohini sec-5 for some office work and he found there was a traffic jam on the outer ring road. As it’s a no honking zone, but still people use their hands to […]

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India vs Afghanistan Creates Brawl At Sharda University

5th October 2018

Sharda University situated in Greater Noida is famous for its campus and facilities that they provide to their students, be it education, faculty and their most recent initiative “Launchpad”. (Source: Google Images) Sharda’s tagline “the world is here, where are you”  clearly tell that people from around the globe come here to study. You can find […]

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The Retiring CJI To Set More Landmarks

28th September 2018

The Tenure of current CJI Dipak Misra will come to halt on 2nd October. But before his retirement, he set to deliver more pathbreaking judgments after the Aadhar, Adultery, and Section 377. All these judgments coming in the month of September it can be called a landmark month in the history of Indian Law. First, […]

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Trumps Speech At General Assembly, United Nations

27th September 2018

The authoritarian leader Trump of the united states took to the UN with a calm and confident speech. In his second speech at the General Assembly, last one being in 2017, the president of US spoke about his leadership and achievement in the past two years. Briefly, Trump spoke in relation with North Korea and […]

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Aadhar: Where you need it and where you don’t?

26th September 2018

The apex court has declared Aadhar as constitutional but with certain restrictions. The case has been decided by a constitutional bench of 5 judges including the current CJI Dipak Misra, Justice AS Sikri, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice Ashok Bhushan. The judgment is apparently criticized for its vague and contradictory nature. As […]

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OYO Beats Taj and Oberoi’s in Hotel Race

26th September 2018

Oyo Rooms, a unique concept of providing budgeted hotel rooms started in 2013 has become India’s largest hospitality company and has since grown to over 8,500 hotels in 230 cities in India, Malaysia, UAE, Nepal, China, and Indonesia. OY OYO Hotels has raised $800 million from SoftBank Vision Fund and the company confirmed a funding of $200 million from its […]

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The Bombay HC Approves An Abortion After 30 Weeks of Pregnancy

22nd September 2018

The Bombay High Court has allowed for an abortion to a 33 year old lady who is in the 30th week of pregnancy due to special reasons. Though the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 only permits abortion till the 20th week of pregnancy under the Sub Section 2 of Section 3: (2) Subject to […]

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Amazon Makes a Major Acquisition in Indian Markets

20th September 2018

Amazon. A one-stop shop for all your needs. Any Indian knows that this e-commerce website which came into India just a few years ago knocked the well established and settled players out of the park. We can all tell that Flipkart is bleeding in the battle and lets not even get started on Snapdeal cause […]

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