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Covid-19 has taught us how to manage a pandemic

India has the second highest number of coronavirus infection cases in the world. The number currently stands at 5.7 million and continues to increase. India adds almost one lakh cases every day to its tally of total cases.

The Patriarchal Bar

If gender-based glass ceilings are to be smashed, the place to start should be the legal profession. This vital area of human endeavour needs to be exemplary because it has been nurtured and honed by all progressive and dynamic civilisations.

Adieu, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Let Justice Always Triumph

RBG left behind a legacy that changed her country—questioning policies and laws discriminatory to women and pulling all her might in the preservation and promotion of “constitutional essentials” in SCOTUS

Farm Bills: Save the farmer from vested interests

WHO is a farmer? It is such an omnibus term that without an exact definition the farmer can neither be benefitted nor saved. There are reasons why the farmer needs help. The farm sector is the backbone of the Indian economy.

Tata Sons versus Shapoorji Pallonji Group: Share of Pride

Tata Sons has put a spanner in Cyrus Mistry’s attempt to pledge some Tata shares to raise money to urgently repay some outstanding debt. Mistry is a prominent holder of Tata stocks through his family company Shapoorji Pallonji (SP).

Tardy progress in electing deputies for Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha

The Lok Sabha has been without a Deputy Speaker for 15 months despite a mandate given by Article 93. The Speaker has to fix a date for the election but, intriguingly, Om Birla said it was not his job to do so.

Tightening the noose on legislators facing criminal charges

A new order of the apex court attempts to clean the rot in public life and punish politicians who have criminal cases against them. It is also time the Court protects witnesses who have testified against them.

Manifestation Of Equality- Daughter’s Right In Ancestral Property

Under the Hindu Mitakshara Law, ancestral property is passed on down the male line by survivorship – what we commonly refer to as the coparcenary system. Unique as it was, the minute a son was born in a family, he would become a coparcener in his own right, to the ancestral property of the family.

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