The traditional political philosophy starts from the premise that humanity passed in its development from the natural state to the civil state to the pre-social stage and beyond.
The covid 19 is a virus emerged in late 2019 and quickly spread around the world.
Without a doubt economic, social and psychological changes will happen , which will affect the world population. In this article we try to see the consequences and the facts on different aspects of human life.
LT.(DR) Lakshman Patra Abstract: The second wave of COVID-19 is severely affecting the entire world. The scenario is very grim in India. Indigenous people are becoming even more vulnerable during this global pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic has created a dystopian scenario. It has generated ‘uncertainties’ because of immediate prevalence of the notions of risk, fear, […]
Swati Arora Abstract: Dr. B.R Ambedkar was a twentieth century political and social reformer. Born as a Dalit, his works and efforts have impacted millions of people residing in India. He stood as the leader to ensure social justice and peace among the Dalit community. This article illustrates the relationship between casteism, and Ambedkar’s adoption […]
-By Shantaraj Debbarma To know about social justice first we have to know what is Society and what is Justice. The term ‘Social’ imply that the group of people who live in a society. While the term ‘Justice’ is indicate equality, liberty and rights. It is generally said that social justice means social happiness. […]
-By Dakshata Sakpal* Social justice implies that all benefits and privileges in the society should be shared by all its members. If there is any structural inequality towards any particular section, the government should take affirmative action in eliminating such inequalities. As researcher Patrick McCormick has said, “There is not even consensus as to whether […]
-By Laxmi P. Boda* “Dr Ambedkar was a vocal supporter of the caste-based reservation system. On the contrary, Dr Ambedkar was of the opinion that caste-based reservation would affect the social fabric of India”. Introduction In a democratic form of administration, the concept of majority came into being, and took the mantle of administration. The […]
-By Shantaraj Debbarma Economic and social development cannot be possible without political institution. For promoting happiness we need some law. And law should be clear and intelligible so that all can understand it. The laws should not be contradicting to each other. We need institution for maintaining and enforcing these laws. The role of the […]
इस धरती का सबसे बुद्धिमान प्राणी मनुष्य अपने द्वारा बनाई गई व्यवस्थाओं को देखकर गर्व करता है और उस पर इतराता है। परंतु यही गर्व जब घमंड में परिवर्तित हो जाता है जब वह प्रकृति द्वारा बनाई गई व्यवस्था को चुनौती देने लगता है और प्रकृति के नियमों में बाधा उत्पन्न करता है।