On November 26, 2007, the UN General Assembly marked February 20th as the annual World Day of Social Justice which is being observed globally since 2009. The theme for the current year is ‘If You Want Peace & Development, Work for Social Justice’. The article expounds on the background of this global observation and how the Indian Constitution contributes to Social Justice to its citizens.
Genocide in Rwanda in the year 1994 was a bloody massacre that history can never forget. On the December 27, in 1994 the first trial on the perpetrators of the genocide started in the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), paving way to many convictions.
World Toilet Day is celebrated on November 19th as a reminder of the goal to bring in access to toilet to every household by 2030. The article explores rights of Indians to access toilets in hotels, restaurants, etc.
With the introduction of the new Wage Code Bill 2017, the cap on minimum wages will be completely under the discretion of the Central Government. Read about the factors determining wage limit and remedies available in case of wages below such prescribed limit.