Workshop on Manual Scavenging [ 26 September 2020]

In order to create awareness and understanding towards this issue, The Quest Sociolegal Review in collaboration with the Centre for Law and Policy Research and Dalit Camera presents a workshop on Manual Scavenging. Our Media Partner for this event is SCC and EBC. Date – 26 September, Saturday Time – 6:30 PM onwards Guest list for the event – …

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A Case for ‘Digital Refugees’ in the age of Internet Shutdowns

Digital Refugees

Digital technology is briskly diversifying and metamorphizing the socio-economic structure in both developed and developing countries. We live in the new digital age, where social transformation is manoeuvred by technological development and digitalization. From the gamut of approaches to technology and policy, the Internet is now crucial to most socio-economic …

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[Episode 03] Unwired Podcast with Tony Joseph

About Episode 03 In the third episode of Unwired podcast by The Quest Sociolegal Review, Ms. Nabeela Siddiqui (Advisor, The Quest SLR) talks to Mr. Tony Joseph (Senior Journalist and author of Early Indians) about the history of India and the relevance of it. The podcast tries to discover the …

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Executive Summary of the panel discussion on Feminism [ September 06, 2020]

Prof. Aakash Singh Rathore in his opening remarks Pointed out the anomaly in feminist theory and experiences in the Indian context. He does so by the fact that of the total supreme court Judges, only two are female, both upper-caste women. It illustrates that it is not inclusive of the …

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Monthly Digest August 2020

This is the official digest from The Quest Socio-legal Review.August 2020 | Vol. 01 Issue II This digest has been prepared by – This issue has been prepared by Aman SiwasiyaAnanya BhargavaAyush ChourasiaPrakrati ShrivastavaRahul Goyal augmonth-compressed Download

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Panel Discussion on NEP, 2020

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The Quest Sociolegal Review in collaboration with the Centre for Educational Research and Training is delighted to bring the panel discussion on “Understanding The New Education Policy” on 13th September 2020. It will feature the following distinguished panellists: Prof. Yogesh Pratap Singh, Registrar, National Law University, Odisha(For more information: …

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Decrypting the Tehran-Washington Conflict: An International Law Perspective

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Avantika Mehndirata & Ayush Mehta3rd Year law students at National Law University, Jodhpur Introduction: The Iran-US Conflict exemplifies Mahatma Gandhi’s saying, “An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.” To one with an adept eidetic memory, it brings horrifying glimpses of bloodshed during the resistance put up …

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Telling Feminism through theory, experiences and judgment writing in India

“Telling Feminism through theory, experiences and judgment writing in India”, organised by The Quest Sociolegal Review in collaboration with OXFAM India and Centre for Human Rights, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. Speakers: Prof. Aakash Singh Rathore – Philosopher and author of Ambedkar’s Preamble. ( Opening Remarks) Ms Flavia Agnes – Women’s …

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Executive Summary of the Interview with Ms Anuradha Bhasin on Internet Shutdown in Kashmir [1]


Watch the interview by clicking on this link – Interview Anuradha Bhasin Interview Summary In the first episode of live interview Aditya Anil Variath (Senior Editor), speaks with Ms Anuradha Bhasin, Executive Editor Kashmir Times about the issue of Internet ban in Kashmir and the Right to the Internet. The …

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Internet Shutdown in Kashmir [ Interview]


Online self-expression that is right to the internet is a crucial aspect of democratic existence of the information age. On the contrary, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a sheer number of internet clampdowns. To address this issue of Internet ban in Kashmir and Right to Internet, the Quest SLR presents live …

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