Recent conflict between India and Pakistan in light of International Law

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In a barbaric terrorist act, more than 40 soldiers of CRPF were killed and scores injured in Jammu & Kashmir on 14th February 2019. However, on 26th Feb. in retaliation India strikes on camps of JeM (Jaish e Mohammad) who has taken the responsibility of the former attacks. The attacks of 26/02 by India are legally justified in two ways …

Federalism

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In common parlance the term “Federalism” means government consisting of a group of regions that are controlled by central government, but more precisely it is the governmental system that divides up the power between a “strong national government” and “smaller local government”. Therefore it cannot be denied that Indian constitution is “quasi federal” as quoted by KC Wheare. The same …

Reservation in India

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In India caste based reservation is not an infant. It is an ages old principle which is justified by Constitution of India and the constitutional courts. A caste based reservation was originally thought by William hunter and Jyotiba Phule in 1882. The reservation system that exists today was introduced in 1933 when British Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald presented the ‘Communal …

Passive euthanasia

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Euthanasia means painless killing of a person in order to get rid of physical pains and sufferings which are of persistent character. Broadly it is divided into active and passive, where active euthanasia suggests killing of a person by doing some positive act i.e. by lethal injection or by strangulation etc. Whereas, passive euthanasia is killing of a person by …