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The Supreme Court directed Magunta Raghava Reddy, son of Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) MP Magunta Srinivasulu and accused in the Delhi Excise Policy scam case, to surrender on June 12. The Vacation Bench of Justice Aniruddha Bose and Justice Rajesh Bindal, while refusing to set aside the the Delhi High Court order that granted 15-day interim bail to Reddy, modified the same. Noting that the purpose for which Reddy had been released for, which was to take care of his matern...


Dying Illegally

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee, the Central Pollution Control Board and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee to look into illegal dyeing units in the Capital. The Tribunal has also asked them to jointly file an action-taken report on the compliance status in respect of the units named in the application filed before it

The Art of the Deal

Political Kabuki theatre over the issue transfixed America and the world for several months ending just 48 hours short of default in a victory for common sense. President Joe Biden’s approach was a textbook case of negotiating skill—praise your opponent and keep talking, give up a little to win while letting the other team believe they won something of value


Let’s Care Enough

Despite many companies having ICCs, sexual predators are let off and the victim told “to adjust”. Professional education must be mandatory for the police, MPs and civil servants

Siblings of Destiny

There is no wonder in Justice BV Nagarathna saying that fraternity is not properly understood. Modern India has increasingly seen a declining spirit of fraternity and rising indifference towards injustice as seen in the wrestlers’ issue


No Child’s Play

The Delhi High Court recently observed that it was not expected that the victim, a child of tender age, would behave like an adult by raising the alarm promptly. It noted that the child, with his level of vocabulary and comprehension was able to describe the incident and present a clear picture

Money for Nothing

Why doesn’t the incredibly rich BCCI pay any tax? This is because it does that great job of “promoting the sport of cricket in the country,” and because the BCCI is registered as a charitable organisation

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The Patna High Court dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed seeking a direction to the Railways to provide a level crossing facility between K.M. 14.10 and K.M. 14.11 on the SugauliRaxaul Railway line near Ramgarhwa Railway Station. It is contended by the Petitioners that this would facilitate safe crossing of the railway line by numerous villagers around the railway track. Shashi Bhushan Kumar Manglam , counsel for the petitioner specifically referred to the map produced to p...
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