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Mar 16, 2017
Attorney-general’s office: Activist Subhash Chandra Agarwal moves SC to bring it under RTI ActShould the attorney-general’s office be exempt from mandatory disclosures under the RTI Act?
Mar 06, 2017
Are calls for an independent Kashmir or 'azadi' always illegal or seditious? The answer is noIf what the SC had said mattered, then senior ministers of the Union government wouldn’t be using the term 'seditious' to characterise everyone who call for the independence of Kashmir, Punjab, Nagaland, Manipur or anything
Feb 14, 2017
AIADMK crisis: All eyes on Vidyasagar Rao’s decision; the longer he takes, the better for OPSThe ongoing O Pannerselvam (OPS) versus VK Sasikala saga now has a third critical player, who will command Tamil Nadu’s eyes and ears in the next few days — Governor C Vidyasagar Rao.
Feb 07, 2017
Triple talaq: India will remain failed state unless we ensure dignity of Muslim womenIt seems incredible that Indians are still debating the merits and demerits of abolishing a regressive social custom such as triple talaq when several Islamic theocratic states have discontinued the practice
Jan 27, 2017
Indian Civil services replete with constitutional anomalies as reforms continue to be anathemaAll political parties are vying for promising good governance to voters.However the essential pre-requisites for it, which includes civil service reforms, have been deliberately neglected.
Jan 26, 2017
Republic Day Parade: India's military might, rich cultural heritage on display at RajpathIn a first, the 'black cat' commandos of the elite counter-terror force National Security Guard (NSG) participated in the parade which drew loud cheers from the spectators.
Jan 26, 2017
Republic Day: Do you have what it takes to ace this really really difficult quiz?Test your Indian history aptitude with this really difficult quiz in honour of the 68th Republic Day of India!
Jan 20, 2017
Jallikattu protests: If we can eat animals, why does it matter how we treat them?It is sad that in the name of culture practices like jallikattu continue to be defended.
Jan 02, 2017
Supremem Court holds repromulgation of ordinance "impermissible", terms it "fraud" on the ConstitutionThe majority verdict said, "Repromulgation of ordinances is constitutionally impermissible since it represents an effort to overreach the legislative body which is a primary source of law making authority in a parliamentary democracy.
Dec 20, 2016
Supreme Court to examine whether courts can add 'rigorous' to life termsCan the word 'rigorous' be added by courts when they award life imprisonment? The Supreme Court has agreed to examine the question whether courts are statutorily empowered to make life imprisonments tougher for the convicts by adding "rigorous" (harsh) to life sentence as the law does not provide for this.