Terrorism in Media Land

it is, is a communication which has the power of persuasiveness. Terrorism is wide spread and is used a mechanism for the rebels to threaten the security of the opposition, to this concerning issue media also aids in different forms such as social media. The followers are able to read and understand the motive and propaganda of the terrorists through any posts or a blog in social media: training and recruitment occurs mainly through the communication that media grants. The study and the objective of this project is to understand how to reduce the impact of terrorism through social media, whether it would violate the Freedom of speech under Art.19(1) of Constitution of India, Whether other Countries like US, UK and Europe have opted for a policy or a procedure to curtail the communication of terrorism through social media. The purpose of this paper is to emphasize that media also contributes to the fear, risk and uncertain future of the peers of social media and is influential to the non-users. This article would be a doctrinal based research. There are various methodologies used in this article including Content Analysis Method with secondary data collection from books and articles. The methodology that is being adopted in the said project is purely doctrinal in nature. The research is completely relying on primary resources such as statutes and also secondary resources such as notices, commentaries and various books of eminent authors have been referred and cited. The said research paper also has a high reliance on the study articles and other works of eminent universities/colleges and also websites have also been referred.
Keywords: Terrorism, Speech, Persuasive, Media, Aid.

Transnational Organized Crimes: Beyond The Geopolitics Of States- Indian Perspective

Transnational Organized Crimes not merely have a bearing to the security of states, but also to that of its economy, given the large retail value of these crimes. Illicit Drug Trafficking, Terrorism, Money Laundering, smuggling, arms trade are not crimes independent of other crimes. They have a nexus and influence on one another as each is a means to the other. The proliferation these crimes has also been facilitated due to geopolitics and geography of the states, as can be seen in the case of India which requires more strengthening of border management to prevent these elements in taking advantage of the situation to facilitate these Transnational Organized Crimes. Furthermore, these crimes are not specific to one state though a particular state may be the leading market for the crimes. This paper addresses various Transnational Organized Crimes as an outline to expiate the menace of these threats to India, in particular and beyond the confines of geopolitics and geography, in general, as seen in the case of FATF (Financial Action Task Force) regulations, terrorism, money laundering and drug trafficking. The paper also attempts to understand the nexus between these various Transnational Organized Crimes concisely. Furthermore, the paper seeks to underline the recommendations to combat and regulate this menace of Transnational Organized Crimes.