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Reflections on “The Limits of Moral Limitations: Reconceptualizing “Morals” in Human Rights Law” by Ryan Thoreson in Harvard International Law Journal – Volume 59, Number 1, Winter 2018

Reflections on “The Limits of Moral Limitations: Reconceptualizing “Morals” in Human Rights Law” by Ryan Thoreson in Harvard International Law Journal – Volume 59, Number 1, Winter 2018. The goal of Activists and advocates to internationalize and enforce a Human … Continue reading

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Reflections and Critique on paper by Dr. T. Balaji – Understanding Social Justice Under Indian Constitution: In the light of Ambedkarism and Marxism. Cochin University Law Review. Volume XL Jan-December 2016. Nos. 1-4.

Every country has a grand narrative when it comes to portray itself before people of other societies or other countries so that it becomes easier for them to have a glimpse about who we are. As a precursor to such … Continue reading

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The potency of Falsehood in Indian Polity – WIP

Politics has always meant right from its application in primitive era to modern day democratic environment, acquisition and preservation of power by the leaders of thought and action positively speaking and by a clique negatively speaking. Over the centuries the … Continue reading

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Friendly duel on BJP & RSS and their politics etc.,

A friend of mine in Chennai in a discussion with me was chiding Nationalists, by directly referring to BJP & RSS, said that they have always been Anti-Tamils and have always worked to sabotage the interests of the people of … Continue reading

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Who is intelligent and who is stupid? Speaker or Listener? In the context of Modern day Corporate world

Not every time you get to make assumptions or arrive at conclusions based on evidence, but you must assume or arrive at conclusions because there is no evidence to the contrary. Let me quote an example. Section 6 of Dowry … Continue reading

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Read Tripura Rahasya, get bedazzled

We might have heard people saying that the Indian wisdom is ageless and superior to all that west can offer as all that they can talk about is on material plane in the name of science (external) but our civilization … Continue reading

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Wakefulness v/s Dreaming – Gems of wisdom from Tripura Rahasya.

Wakefulness v/s Dreaming. Which one you call it as a reality? The state of wakefulness or dreaming? Will it be wakefulness because you (ie., your body) can experience all actions and its consequences through senses? Think again, in the dream … Continue reading

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