India-Nepal relations

Author: Nipun Kalra from National Law University, Delhi.

Nepal has protested against the inauguration of a Himalayan link road built in a disputed territory by India that falls at a strategic three-way junction with Tibet and China. India’s defence minister, Rajnath Singh, inaugurated the 80-kilometer (50-mile) Lipulekh…

Labour Laws in India

Author: Leelavathi P from The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, School of Excellence in Law Chennai.

In the wake of COVID -19, many states in India have relaxed labour laws in order to promote economic investments. Major changes were brought by governments of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, while some minor changes were made by the states…

Sedition law in India

Authors: Tanishka Jangid from Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida and Minnah Elizabeth Abraham from Symbiosis Law School, Pune.

n the renowned case of A.K Gopalan vs. the State of Madras, it was observed, “Man, as a rational being, desires to do many things, but in civil – society his desires have…

Analysis: Nutrition policies in India

Author: Rishita Saxena from Bharati Vidyapeeth University, New Law College Pune.

India is the second-most populous country in the world after China. The majority of the population is either middle class or poor. Only handfuls belong to the rich class. At the time of independence, the economic status of the country was very poor from the nutritional…

Analysis: Global Nutrition Report, 2020

Authors: Swathi Ashok Nair from Cochin University of Science and Technology and Umang Dudeja from IMS Unison University.

Recently, the 2020 Global Nutrition Report was released. It throws light on the progress made so far and the existing challenges. This Report comes at a time when the world is suffering from a pandemic. Even though, the Global Nutrition Report (GNR), 2020 was written…