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Jun 06, 2018
Chennai's central jail releases 67 life convicts following announcement at MGR's birth centenary67 lifers who served 10 years at the Puzhal Central Prison in Chennai were released following an announcement made on MGR's birth centenary
Jun 04, 2018
PIL moved in Delhi High Court seeks proper execution of Right to Education ActA plea has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking proper implementation of the Right to Education Act, alleging that authorities concerned have taken no action to ensure education, health and nutrition of children up to the age of 14 years.
May 26, 2018
Exclusive: Former Kerala HC judge Kemal Pasha says only merit should matter in judicial appointments, deplores govt interventionIn an exclusive interview with the Firstpost, retired Kerala High Court judge Kemal Pasa questioned government intervention in the appointment of judges and other issues plaguing the Indian judicial system
May 17, 2018
Karnataka governor's decision to invite BJP to form govt legally correct, immune to any review by judiciaryThe Constitution gives validity to the actions of the governor, possibly to quell any differences arising between the Central and state governments.
May 11, 2018
SC collegium to meet and discuss KM Joseph elevation today: India's success as a democracy is at stakeThe longer the collegium waits, the more anxious the country gets about the independence of the Supreme Court. It is in the interest of the court to preserve this
May 08, 2018
CJI Dipak Misra impeachment case: Kapil Sibal, Congress efforts to subvert process scuttled by Supreme CourtThe Congress move to impeach Chief Justice Dipak Misra, signalled a process that attempted to rip open this cape of protection and make impeachment of the Chief Justice of India as easy as coming up with a few half-baked allegations backed by 71 signatures.
May 04, 2018
NRC Assam: Sarbananda Sonowal, Himanta Biswa Sarma warn 'illegal foreigners' but overlook constitutional obligationBoth Sarbananda Sonowal and Himanta Biswa Sarma conceded that deportation is a long shot under current circumstances, and should be dealt with at a later stage.
May 03, 2018
Aadhaar Hearing: Attorney General argues that Aadhaar is fundamentally a money bill to which Section 57 is an ancillary provisionThe Attorney General then continued his arguments on the money bill issue, arguing that Aadhaar was, at its core, a money bill and that Section 57 was just an ancillary provision.
May 02, 2018
KM Joseph's elevation row: Constitution allows president to send back names, but SC collegium's recommendation is bindingDespite the Centre's refusal to elevate Justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court, legal experts and former high court judges are of the opinion that the Collegium's decision is binding on the government, the only question is of time, a strategy the government has been using for years now.
Apr 13, 2018
Democracy In India Part 3: Caste and politics continue to collide, sometimes violently, in a cyclical struggle for powerWith the Indian democracy emerging as a dominant player, some social and political changes have been seen. But caste and politics continue to collide.