Right To Access Internet Is Part Of Right To Privacy And Right To Education: Kerala HC

It is highly remarkable that the Kerala High Court has just recently on September 19, 2019 in a latest, landmark and extremely laudable judgment titled Faheema Shirin RK Vs State of Kerala and others in WP (C) No. 19716 of 2019 (L) has taken a giant step forward by declaring clearly, categorically and convincingly that […]

Child Labor -An Enigma,Still Requires Introspection

Adrish Guha Majumder ABSTRACT Taking a view of the present scenario of child labor in India, related laws and its shortcomings, the article deals with the subject of child labor which is an enigma now a days in India and in the world scenario. It introduces itself with the definition of child labor, its causes, […]

Right To Education Act 2009: An Overview

Noor Ameena INTRODUCTION Right to education of every child is clearly a human right. It enables the child to develop and realize its full potential as a human being. Education plays a major role in the character formation of a child and the subsequent development of personality. It develops in him the ability to think […]

Child labour in india: A human rights perspective

Aastha Suman I. INTRODUCTION Child labour is undoubtedly a human rights issue. It is not only exploitative but also endangers children’s physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and moral development. It perpetuates poverty because a child labour, deprived of education or healthy physical development, is likely to become an adult with low earning prospects. This is a […]

Role of Indian judiciary in protection of Rights of the Children

Sandip Bhosale 1 Introductory The role of the India Judiciary and the scope of judicial interpretation have expanded remarkably in recent times, partly because of the tremendous growth of statutory intervention in the present era. The judiciary plays an important role in the protection of fundamental rights of the citizen and non-citizens alike. The twin […]

Compulsory education gives poor right to dignity: Court

The Supreme Court said Thursday provision of free and compulsory education to the disadvantaged sections of society was to afford them a right to live with dignity. An apex court bench of Chief Justice S.H. Kapadia, Justice K.S. Panicker Radhakrishnan and Justice Swatanter Kumar made the observation in the course of the hearing of a […]

Right to education to cover secondary schools soon: Sibal

Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal on Tuesday hoped the Right to Education (RTE) act will cover secondary schools in the coming years. ‘In the coming five years similar rights will cover secondary education,’ Sibal said while addressing a function organised by the ministry and UNICEF. He said the act will address the problem of […]