By: Alankrita Pathak & Sanigdh Budhia* | “I am what I am, so take me as I am” --- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The Initial Steps Marriage has been defined as the state of being united as spouses in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law. Nowhere is it mentioned that this relationship should be between individuals of two opposite sexes. Marriage is a formal union and social and legal contract between two individuals that unites their lives legally, econom
Register here "Legal literacy is the core basis for the survival of our Constitutional democracy. Our entire judicial setup functions on the presumption that all people are aware of their rights and are able to approach the concerned institution." – Hon’ble Justice P. Sathasivam (former Chief Justice of India) In light of the above quote, Team Samvidhi partners with Team Oorjaa to conduct its first session under its Legal Literacy Drive. Topic RTI: Act & Practice Speaker Dr.
By: Rohan Kalita* | People, media personalities, and academicians alike, often speak of farmers suicide as a relatively new sociological phenomenon; however, I think it has always been there. Nobody bothered to hear about it, nobody cared about their plight until the farmers could bear no more; they decided to fight their own battle. The episode of farmers' exploitation runs deep into the rise of farmer suicides, to understand how farmers have been exploited for so long it i