Terms & Conditions/Disclaimer

The website www.indiancurrents.org (hereinafter 'website') is offered to the user/s (hereinafter 'visitor/s') upon the terms and conditions that follow.

Use of the website constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions, which take effect on the date that the visitor first accesses and/or uses the website

Disclaimer

The website and all content, material, information, suggestions, advice, names, text, graphics, pictures, logos, icons, images and links (hereinafter 'content'), is provided on an 'as is' basis, without any representation or endorsement made and without warranty or guarantee of any kind, whether express or implied, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability, non-infringement of intellectual property rights, completeness, compatibility, reliability, accuracy, security, satisfactory quality, suitability or fitness for any particular purpose. The Chief Editor and the Editorial Board do not endorse or subscribe to the suggestions, advice and views of the authors of the content.

The visitor understands that except for the information, products and services clearly identified as being supplied by INDIAN CURRENTS, (hereinafter ‘IC’), IC does not operate, control or endorse any information, products, or services appearing on the website in any way. All other information, products and services offered through the website are offered by third parties, which are not affiliated in any manner to IC.

IC does not warrant that the files available through the website (for downloading or otherwise) will be free of infection or viruses, bugs or other codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. IC does not warrant that the functions contained in the material available on or comprised in the website will be uninterrupted or error-free, or that any such defects will be corrected by IC. IC does not make any representation with regard to the full functionality, accuracy or reliability of the website or the server that makes it available.

The visitor shall be responsible for implementing sufficient procedures to satisfy the visitor's requirements for safety and accuracy of data-input and output, and for maintaining a means external to the website for reconstructing any lost data.

In no event shall IC or its content providers be liable for any damages whatsoever, whether direct, indirect, special, consequential and/or incidental, including without limitation, damages arising from loss of data or information, loss of profits, business interruption, or arising from the access and/or use or inability to access and/or use content and/or any service available on the website, even if IC is advised of the possibility of such loss. IC may change content at any time without notice. IC makes no commitment to update content.

Recent Posts

Modern weapons and equipment are technology-driven. Women are as competent as men in handling them. The Air Force was the first to give permanent commission to women.
apicture A. J. Philip
20 Sep 2021
It is lamentable that the Church becomes the mouthpiece of the nefarious designs of Hindutva forces. The so-called ‘love jihad’ is a bogey
apicture Cedric Prakash
20 Sep 2021
“Divide and rule” has been a strategy used for acquiring power and remaining in power by rulers and politicians.
apicture Jacob Peenikaparambil
20 Sep 2021
If human interaction is disrespectful, families and institutions will fall apart
apicture Mathew John
20 Sep 2021
It was the 18th of March 2020. A nation-wide lockdown was announced. The University was closed.
apicture Jeanne Maria Dsouza
20 Sep 2021
The 21st day of September is marked as ‘International Day of Peace’. It is officially known as ‘World Peace Day’, too. The day is declared so by the United Nations Organization
apicture Dr. M. D. Thomas
20 Sep 2021
The wild-card entry of first-time MLA Bhupendra Patel as the Chief Minister indicates that BJP is facing a tough task ahead of coming Assembly polls
apicture Manoj Varghese
20 Sep 2021
It is up to us to turn instruments of hatred into instruments of peace
apicture Chhotebhai
20 Sep 2021
Can we trust you Mr. Prime Minister? How long and how far? Every citizen of this nation deposits his or her trust in the ruling party to see progress
apicture P. A. Chacko
20 Sep 2021
Much has been written and debated about the Mumbai’s Sakinaka rape-murder case of a 32-year-old street dweller this 10 September that deserves to be condemned in the strongest terms.
apicture Aarti
20 Sep 2021