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Aaditya Kashyap

Law Student, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab

Aditya Kashyap is a law student pursuing FYIC B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. As an avid reader and researcher, his interest areas include Constitutional Law, IPR Law, Arthashashtra, Soft Power, and National Security. He is actively involved in student activism and currently holds the responsibility of Punjab State Convenor, Think India.


Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi in India 2019: Economic Idealism woven in Realism

INTRODUCTION: It is baffling to say the least that even after 71 years of his death, the ideology of the Mahatma continues to resonate and inspire legions of people including leaders like former US President Obama, Aung San Suu Kyi and Martin Luther King Jr. Leaders, both political and

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The Pan India Experiment of NRC: Narratives and Problems Associates

Introduction and Historical Context:The issue of citizenship is closely connected with the preservation of cultural identity, demography coordination and regional peace. The social contract theory prescribed for the people to repose their faith in a government, and form a contract with them,

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Introduction to the Public Sector Bank Mergers in India Today, while the Indian economy is hit by a severe slowdown, there is a dire need to increase the inflow of investment into the industries to re-boost the Indian economy. The underlying principle behind mergers is that-larger the bank,

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One Nation One Election: The Way Ahead

Nearly 70 years of constitutionality has guided us through an unbridled path of socialism overlooking major ‘natural’ reforms that would have led India to a place where we couldn’t think off. But when it comes to reform that would settle scores with the legislative ‘mis-reforms’, the

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One Nation, One Election – The Way Ahead

Introduction India is known to be the largest democratic country in the world since China is a communist country. The General Elections for the Lok Sabha and State Assembly are held at a gap of five years. But it can be observed that election in India is a process which lasts throughout a

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Abrogation of Article 370 - An Analysis

This is an award-winning article at the Think India 1st National Article Writing Competition 2019.The Constitution of India is an amalgamation of different constitutions from around the globe. The drafters were very prudent while drafting the world’s lengthiest constitution due to the diversity

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