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Cash Still King

Six years after the misadventure, people are still fumbling to find answers. With black money still in circulation, what was the purpose of the move? The government needs to explain. 

Prisons, A Gangster’s Paradise

Gangsters of north India have realised that the safest place for them to be is inside the prison. The prisons have become business hubs for such criminals as everything that is required to run their rackets are available inside at the “right price”. To counter this, authorities are planning to shift them to jails in south India.

Hope, At Last

With the Court hearing pleas seeking recognition of same-sex  marriages, hopes have been raised for the LGBTQIA+ community. While consensual, private same-sex relationships are legal, marriages are not.

Lawyers and Stress

Performance pressure and high expectations take its toll on lawyers. Practicing law can lead to success, but it also comes with a fair amount of stress. More so, if the lawyer is a woman.

Chhawla rape and murder case: Acquittal of those doomed to the gallows

By Neeleshwar Pavani Visuals splashed across newspapers and social media recently depicted the parents of the young 19-year-old woman, who had been raped and murdered over 10 years ago, in a distr...

Defence of Democracy

In the global struggle between autocracy and democracy as a governing philosophy, the US mid-term elections ended badly for those expecting to reinstate Donald Trump as the president in 2024. The blame for the stunning Republican setback rests on multiple issues.

No Season of Cheer

A verdict on EPS has led to furore among unions as they have demanded that an average of the last 12 months of an employee’s service be taken into account when deciding PF pension instead of 60.

Judicial appointments: Ironing out the creases

By Manoj K. Srivastwa Chief Justice John Marshall, a celebrated US judge, said “What is it that makes us trust our judges? Their independence in office and manner of appointment.”1 Indubitably,...

The fresh breath of a visionary

Justice DY Chandrachud the new helmsman of the justice system of the country, will have the unenviable task of having to cut to the system’s core with a hacksaw, and also be delicate while he handles the people he will help.

One Khaki Nation

The recent proposal by the PM to have one uniform for all police in the country may be a radical idea a little too early. Instead, the need of the hour is to focus on police reforms instead of cosmetic feel good.

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