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Eight hundred years ago, the time when the King was considered almighty and the maxim ‘King can do no wrong’ ruled the forte, the Archbishop of Canterbury, broke all the prevalent trends by coming out with a document that aimed at achieving peace between the unpopular King John of England and a group of rebel barons. The document was known as Magna Carta, which lay down the foundation of human rights in common law countries. Seldom do the rules, laws, customs or usages of the land withstand the test of time, but Magna Carta has defied this trend for eight centuries now. Most of the clauses of the charter have been incorporated in modern legislations and are still being used in one form or the other in countries like United Kingdom, United States of America, etc. The charter’s significance is only attested by the fact that the original manuscripts of the charter have achieved a treasure-like significance and United Kingdom has issued a commemorative coin on the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. To celebrate the anniversary, FLAIR TALK brings to you an in-depth analysis of the charter in our cover story written by Professor Dr Subir K Bhatnagar from BB Ambedkar (Central) University, Lucknow. The Celeb who has been Overruled this month is none other than Sunny Leone, who discussed her career, her ambitions, women safety and respect.

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