Author: Ritika mongia

Hello everyone! I Ritika Mongia, pursuing B.A.LLB. from Invertis University, Bareilly.

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HOMOSEXUALITY IN INDIA by Ritika Mongia@LEXCLIQ

Homosexuals are as normal as ‘you’ and ‘me’. Yet, just because they love ‘their own kind’, they are ostracized and hounded by the law. And branded as ‘queers’ and ‘aberrations’ – precisely what they are not./ Homosexuals are normal humans attracted to their own gender. Homosexuality (rarely Homophilia) is a sexual orientation or orientations characterized […]

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CRUELTY AND INHUMANITY TOWARDS ANIMALS IN INDIA by Ritika Mongia@LEXCLIQ

As it has been rightly said by Abraham Lincoln, “I am in favor of animal rights as well as human rights. That is the way of a whole human being.” In India though, many do not feel the same way. Cases of cruelty and inhumanity towards animals are on the rise and what’s being done […]

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CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA by Ritika Mongia@LEXCLIQ

The child labour is not a recent phenomenon and that too not confined to any particular state. The main thrust of the ILO conventions have been on: 1) minimum age for employment of children and 2) prohibition of night work for children.   In order to safeguard interest of the children, the U.N general assembly […]

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PUBLIC OPINION AND DEMOCRACY by Ritika Mongia@LEXCLIQ

The origin of term ‘public opinion’ is shrouded in obscurity. The Greeks and the Romans used parallel expressions. The Romans, however, treated consensus populi in juridical sense as distinguish from present political context. Also, the proverb “Vox populi, vox dei” had gained currency during the middle Ages. In the Discourses Machiavelli, too, compared the voice […]

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ELECTRONIC CONTRACT FORMATION by Ritika Mongia@LEXCLIQ

In the traditional notion of contract formation, negotiating parties must come to a “meeting of the minds” on the terms of an agreement. In the course of negotiation, there may be invitations to make offers (e.g., price lists are generally not offers, but invitations) and counter-offers, but the general rule is that formation requires an […]

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