Blog Posts - Article 14



Constitutional Validity of Triple Talaaq System

On 16th October, 2015 the Supreme Court of India passed a verdict with regard to equal rights for daughter in relation to partition of ancestral properties in Hindu’s. The second part of the judgement however concentrated on the gender discriminati...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 30, 2015

HIV Stigma – The Modern Day Apartheid

Though HIV is widespread in almost all spheres of life, this paper will mainly focus on the stigmatization of AIDS victim in the public sphere. Finding a solution to these problems will lay a path to fighting such stigmatization in other areas of lif...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 27, 2015

Battling Transphobia: Providing Healthcare to All

“Inside every man there is a potential woman and inside every woman resides a potential man.”― John Maxwell TaylorGender variant people mark their existence in India since various centuries, these communities have several indigenous identities...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 24, 2015

Barriers to entry: spouses’ English tests upheld (Part1)

Language is the commonest human currency and it has an historical connection to culture and politics. Ostensibly, English remains the lingua franca of the world. Yet its imposition upon people – often far away in a Gujarati, Punjabi or Yemeni town...
by Vreemdelingenrecht on Dec 19, 2011


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