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Suicide, a new threat to the Rule of Law

To understand the violation of rule of law, the chronology of incidents is necessary. A girl went missing in Singareni Colony in Hyderabad on September 9, a Thursday. Her body was found the same day in the neighbouring house, wrapped in a bedsheet.

PM Cares, Do We?

Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi famously said: “na khaungaa, na khaane doonga (neither will I indulge in corruption, nor allow anyone else to indulge in it)”.

When PM CARES doesn’t care for transparency!

The Prime Minister’s Office should not have deliberately ignored the will that the Parliament had expressed in the RTI Act, and the spirit of the Rules and Office Memoranda (OM) issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) in responding to RTI requests.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

In order to clean up banks saddled with NPAs, the centre created the National Asset Reconstruction Company which will procure strained assets worth Rs 2 lakh crore, while the India Debt Resolution Company will dispose them of.

Simplify to Indianise

CJI NV Ramana’s call for Indianising the legal system should be taken seriously and can be done by simplifying the language of law and judgments, which are often long and prosaic and difficult for the common man to understand.

Just a Ceremonial Role

In the Second Judges’case, it was observed that the president must act on the advice of the collegium in making judicial appointments. This shows the primacy of the judiciary over the executive in such matters.

NEET: Has Tamil Nadu stirred a hornet’s nest?

With the state passing a bill against NEET and the Justice AK Rajan panel report exposing its prejudicial impact on underprivileged students, is a constitutional crisis brewing? Is it time to amend the exam format?

Has the Rajasthan Government Legitimised Child Marriage?

In the last few days, allegations, counter-allegations and explanations have swirled around the issue of whether the Rajasthan assembly has recently passed an amendment Bill to The Rajasthan Compulsory Registration of Marriages Act, 2009, which has legitimised child marriage. It is alleged by many that the new Bill will legitimise child marriage.

Chinese Checkers

The Covid-19 pandemic will feel like a mild shiver down the spine of the world’s financial markets if China’s second largest real estate developer Evergrande defaults. This will be comparable to the subprime disaster of 2007-08.

The Ramana Effect

The CJI’s tenure has seen many firsts appointments to courts, more women judges and elevation of lawyers. His boldness in promoting the rule of law should also be seen in expediting adjudication of cases.

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