THE IMPACT OF VIRTUAL DISRUPTIONS ON THE REAL WORLD: LOOKING AT INTERNET

The current health crisis has to lead to an increasing acknowledgment about our dependence on the internet technology. All sectors including health, education, trade, leisure, governance and now even our jobs would find it difficult to survive without the internet. Apart from its utilisation during the peaceful times, social media

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DOG MEAT BAN IN NAGALAND SHOWS HYPOCRISY OF INDIAN SOCIETY

The Nagaland state government on 3rd July banned the sale and consumption of dog meat, in a consequential decision amid growing concerns over cruelty to dogs. The state’s Parliamentary Affairs Minister Neiba Kronu disclosed that “the decision to ban commercial import and trading of dogs, and sale of dog meat,

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AATMANIRBHAR BHARAT ABHIYAAN: RELYING ON A SELF-RELIANT ECONOMY

On 12th of May, 2020, the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi addressed the citizens of the nation, in an attempt to motivate them to strengthen their resolve in overcoming the on-going crisis. In regard to this, he announced a special economic package of Rs. 20 lakh crores, constituting

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RESTORATION OF PROTECTIONIST POLICIES IN INDIA

India always had an exasperating tie-in with low tariffs, quotas and restrictions. During 1960-85, it had sky-high tariffs but apparently the policies failed extensively. After it borrowed funds from the IMF in 1991 due to the economic crisis, it was obliged to follow the liberalisation policy and thus the regime

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