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MOHAMMED RAFI

MALIGNED TO THE CORE?

K.V. Venugopal

The uncalled-for controversy occurred when the actor Aushka Sharma had delivered a dialogue from the film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ to her co-star and hero, Ranbir Kapoor, “Mohammed Rafi gathe nahi, rohthethe”(Rafi did not sing, he cried). This comment has infuriated a section of people in the film industry, as well as a large number of followers of Mohammed Rafi. 

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Is There Proper Adherence of

THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF

SPEECH AND EXPRESSION 

of The Constitution Of India?

Prof. Jangkhongam Doungel

Theoretical background and genesis of Freedom of Speech and Expression:- The right to freedom of thought and expression, along with the freedom of speech and press, has been highly valued by all the democratic countries because it is considered as fundamental for the development of human personality.

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Gazing At The Thermometer of Political Climate 

U Sumer Sing Sawian

The just concluded by-elections in the seven District Council seats, six in Khasi Hills, and one in the Jaintia Hills, in normal circumstances, would not be having that much of importance, but for the general elections in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly, due in 2018, has gained significance. The tone of the campaign by the various parties and candidates was not so vociferous. 

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Speak Out

Nisha Sethia

Prostitution or commercial sex, is the business of engaging in sexual relations or sexual acts in exchange for payment or some other benefit. A person who works in this field is called a prostitute, and is a sex worker. Despite being known as the world’s oldest profession, it is constantly looked down upon by society, especially in India. In India, prostitution is not a criminal offense, but soliciting prostitution and prostitution in a public place are illegal. The question arises should prostitution be legalised in India? Should prostitution fight for legal rights?

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NEVER ENDING STRUGGLE OF ACCEPTANCE OF BENGALI LANGUAGE IN ASSAM 

Bidhayak Das Purkayastha

Recently, the comment of a senior BJP leader, the Minister of State for Railways, Sri Rajen Gohain, on Bengalis and their language has irked the denizens of Barak Valley.

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