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Should the Twain Meet?

While the law ministry okayed the linking, questions are being asked about its legality and the possibility of massive data leak, fraud and theft which can endanger India’s democracy By MG Devasaha...

SC seeks UP Govt response on notices to CAA protestors for damage to public property

By Srishti Ojha The Supreme Court on Friday sought the Uttar Pradesh government's response on a plea challenging the notices sent to protestors for recovering losses caused to public and private pr...

Zindagi Tamasha — Pakistan’s Padmaavat?

By Asif Ullah Khan It has become Padmaavat of sorts of Pakistan. Produced and directed by Sarmad Khoosat, Zindagi Tamasha deals with the life of naat (poetry in praise of Prophet Muhammad) singer, ...

The Legal Challenge

By being the first state to move the Court to declare CAA unconstitutional, Kerala has shown the way for other non-BJP states to follow By Ashok Damodaran At a time when large parts of the coun...

Section 144: Before and After

By Srishti Ojha On 5th August 2019, a Constitutional order was issued by the President of India, invoking the special status of Jammu & Kashmir and applying all provisions of the Constitution o...

Rape-Murder: Challenges before Indian Judiciary and Society

By Shobha Gupta Rape is the most heinous crime, not only against the victim but also the society at large. It causes psychological and physical harm to the victim leaving upon her indelible marks, ...

Sexual Assault Against Women: Victim Friendly

Above: A protest related to the Nirbhaya rape case in 2012, in New Delhi A recent office order by the Delhi High Court in the matter of bail for rape accused is a significant step in the justice de...

CJI office under RTI Act: A major boost to transparency

By Subhash Chandra Agrawal  Five-member Constitution Bench of Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice of India on 13.11.2019 gave a landmark verdict (Civil Appeal 2683 of 2010) dismissing appeal ...

Absolute Power of Police Corrupts Absolutely

By Sushil Kumar Jain Life and liberty  are cherished freedoms which have been guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution of India and. The role of police officers during investigation has always...

MRO Industry: Waiting for the Centre’s Magic Wand

Above: Engineers at the Airworks MRO (file pic)/Photo: airworks.aero By Shobha John For members of the crucial MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) industry, a positive government reaction to ...

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