Chief Justice of India Justice N.V. Ramana on Saturday addressed the inaugural session of the joint conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with many other legal luminaries were present to grace the occasion.
India is currently facing a combined threat on the east and North East by China and in the west by Pakistan. This, along with a Parliamentary Committee report that the fighting strength of the IAF fighter squadrons had dropped from 42 to 30 is ominous.
The Supreme Court on Monday directed the constitution of an independent inquiry committee headed by a retired Supreme Court judge to investigate the security breach that occurred during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab on January 5. The Supreme Court will release the names of the chairman and other officers in a detailed order.
Justice P.V. Kunhikrishnan observed that citizens need not be ashamed to carry a vaccination certificate with the photograph of the Prime Minister as he is the leader of the country and not of a political party.
Engineers have won the Nobel Prize; none from India, though. Yet, there is at least one Indian engineer, who believes he has the IQ of an Einstein, the aptitude of Wilhelm Röntgen (the first engineer with a Nobel, 1903) and the sentience of a Swami Vivekananda, not to say the political acumen of a Nehru (naah, not him, he hates Nehru, obviously for his guts).
The Central government has decided to repeal the three controversial Farm Laws against which led to farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh to a widespread protest especially at a Singhu border for almost over a year.
The terror bombings and killings around Kabul’s airport have once again focused world attention on the “sudden” American pull out. Actually, President Joe Biden’s “new” Afghanistan policy is old wine in new bottles.