Managing Religious Intolerance in India’s Secular Structure

Managing Religious Intolerance

Written By Rayma Kumari 3rd Year Student of BA.LLB(Hons) Lovely Professional University, Punjab Introduction Religious intolerance in a secular nation is a complicated task, as the colourful fabric of India demonstrates. India is a country renowned for its diverse spirit and rich cultural diversity, and its secular identity works to protect the values of equality … Read more

Homosexuality-Legal or Not? In reference to Navtej Singh Johar vs. Union of India, 2018

Homosexuality-Legal or Not

Generally, homosexuality refers to romantic and physical attraction or relation to members of their own sex. It is a sexual orientation, as opposed to a gender identity such as male, female, or nonbinary. People who are homosexual could refer to themselves as gay, lesbian, queer, or several other terms basically LGBTQ. What is Homosexuality? There … Read more