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Aaditya Kashyap

Law Student, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab

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HISTORY OF LEFT-WING EXTREMISM: FROM JUNGLE TO CAMPUS

What historically began as a movement of the downtrodden masses as a safeguard against the hegemonistic rule of the aristocracy and the monarchy has completely undergone a transformation in its form and idea. The movement has taken up the skin of an umbrella movement that openly preaches

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UNION BUDGET 2020: HITS AND MISSES

This year’s union budget was announced against the backdrop of slowdown in the domestic market, which is represented in the slowdown in the GDP which has fallen to 4.5%, there has been a rise in the inflation which has crossed more than 7.3% for the month of December, the investments which

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BODO ACCORD: SECURING PEACE IN NORTH-EAST

“Caste, community will rapidly disappear. We have to speedily forget all these things. Such boundaries hamper our growth”. These famous words of Sardar Patel seem relevant in the present scenario of Assam and particularly in Bodo accord. The central government along with state government

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Next to Brexit: Events and Consequences

IntroductionWith the beginning of a new decade, the debate over BREXIT has finally met its end. The United Kingdom, under the leadership of Boris Johnson, has officially pulled itself out of the European Union, ending almost a 47 year old membership. After almost four years of negotiations and

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Voluntary Winding up of Company under IBC, 2016

IntroductionThere are a few companies whose purpose for formation has been fulfilled and therefore the Management feels that there is no point in continuing the Company as it involves a lot of cost, compliances and time. In such a scenario, it is feasible to Voluntarily Liquidate the Company.

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Babasaheb Ambedkar - The Indian Economist

IntroductionOne of Daniel Quinn’s most famous novels, Ishmael, opens with a newspaper advertisement stating, ‘Teacher seeks pupil. Must have an earnest desire to save the world. Apply in person.’ Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar would have been the most suitable ‘pupil’ for this advertisement

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