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14th July 2018 mains questions
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The lesson has topics like constitutional morality Vs majoritarian morality, statelessness, ethical concerns of DNA profiling. Please do rate review and recommend the course if you like it

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  4. STATELESSNESS IS A STATUS FACED BY MANY PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. DO THEY DESERVE TO BE STATELESS IN THIS SO CALLED HUMANITARIAN WORLD. Statelessness may occur for a variety of reasons, including discrimination against particular ethnic or religious groups or on the basis of gender; the emergence of new States and transfers between existing States; and conflict of nationality laws. Statelessness is often the product of policies that aim to exclude people deemed to be outsiders, notwithstanding their deep ties to a particular country. For example, more than one million people in Myanmar's Rakhine state are stateless on the basis of the current citizenship law, which provides that only members of certain ethnic groups are eligible for citizenship.

  5. UN HRC started a campaign ending statelessness in 10 years in 2014

  6. ENUMERATE THE ETHICAL CONCERNS IN DNA PROFILING e the procedure for DNA profiling, if given statutory recognition, should be as per constitutional provisions. e the Bill provides for the setting up of a statutory DNA Profiling Board to spell out procedures and standards to establish DNA laboratories restricts DNA profiling to the specific purpose of identification of a person and not for extracting other information

  7. the creation of DNA data banks, at national and regional levels, which would be responsible for storing DNA profiles received from the accredited laboratories. They will also be responsible for maintaining certain indices, like crime scene index, suspects' index, offenders' index, missing persons' index and unknown deceased person s index.

  8. In jurisprudence around the world over the last two decades, it is the combined investigative probability that has weighed strongly in favour of DNA profiling. The search for a "perfect law" has kept the entire subject ambiguous and at risk of being misused. It is better to adopt a law and improve upon it than to postpone it without setting a time limit.

  9. Ethical concerns e The major ethical concerns about the DNA profiling are related to 1) possible constitution of data based by the police agencies for the purpose of identifying and investing individuals as potential criminal suspects. 2) possible risk of a widespread use without safeguard for private investigations as establishing paternity or the typing of a person for insurance companies. In order to preserve civil liberties and the respect of individual privacy, DNA profiling should be strictly limited to judicial use and performed by accredited laboratories.

  10. DISCUSS THE CONTEST BETWEEN MAJORITARIAN MORALITY VS CONSTITUTIONAL MORALITY Majoritarian morality Constitutional morality It is based on the moral principles of majority group These are the principles based on the wel which may or may not be just. researched and debited moral principles evolved by the society represented in the constitution based on a democracy (in India) Normally true for the humanity as a whole Based on principle of equality Not necessarily true for the Whole humanity Undermine the rights of and moral obligations towards minority communities