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IT Rules 2021: An unconstitutional platform

Though meant to protect citizens from cybercrime and digital bullying, the Rules infringe on the fundamental right to privacy and freedom of speech and expression. They should have been introduced in Parliament.

New CJI: The road ahead

By Inderjit Badhwar The theme of this issue’s cover story could not be more apt. As we wait for NV Ramana to take over as chief justice of India (CJI) in the third week of this month, it is only a...

The return of protectionism

This will emerge as the new reality and the global village concept, at least as far as trade goes, may have reached its “use by” date. Protectionism won’t be an evil word anymore.

Taking on Chinese Aggression

China’s expansion in the South China Sea has riled many nations which have come together to form groupings such as Quad and a future Indo-Pacific one. The recently concluded Malabar Exercise was also part of this strategy.

The Challenges for the New Designate

The CJI is now looked upon to make a difference by challenging the status quo and bringing in newer approaches, modern methods and fundamental changes to the judicial system.

A Healthcare Revolution

The landmark law will recognise the skills of over 56 types of frontline health workers, increase their employment opportunities and enhance their true worth within India and globally.

Rape Laws: When No Means No

India is considered the worst country for women due to sexual violence. Women are often seen as chattel and raped. In some nations, violence is needed for the crime to be seen as rape. Only a change of mindset can tackle this horrendous crime.

Covid-19 second wave: Be cautious, don’t panic

The emergence of new variants has made vaccination and Covid-appropriate behaviour all the more imperative. The second wave will be more transmissible than the first, but may not last long.

Bengal poll campaign masks Covid spread

The pandemic is surely surging back, and who knows what level of infection would be detected after the poll process is over. In the end, though, the common man is the worst sufferer. He is damned if he does (engage in the poll process) and damned if he doesn’t.

BJP Sets Delhi Clock Back

The Modi government’s legislative surgical strike on the autonomy enjoyed by the National Capital Territory Delhi has crippled all the efforts made so far by the city’s elected legislators to win maximum self governance.

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