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Mukhtar Ansari and a tale of two states

The gangster turned politician has numerous cases against him in UP and Punjab, leading to a tug of war between them to get his custody.

Loan moratorium: A balancing act

In a verdict that balances business and consumer interests, the Court ruled that there would be a waiver of compound interest on loans from March 1 to August 31, 2020 due to Covid-19.

Sustainable Development in a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed an unprecedented crisis, causing further disruption to progress in achieving Sustainable Development Goals, with the world’s poorest and most vulnerable affected the most.

Covid-19 adds to backlog of cases

Due to Covid-19, the functioning of all courts has been badly hit, with case pendency reaching all-time highs. In district and taluka courts alone, it has reached 3.81 crore cases.

Justice Surinder Singh Nijjar: A star of the bar and bench

The former judge of the Supreme Court, who passed away on March 26, 2021, will be remembered for his politeness and persuasive delivery at the Bar and compassion and fairness on the Bench.

Hate crimes against Asian Americans see a new high in the US

Both Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden travelled to Atlanta to express empathy for the victims of a racist attack and in support of the nation’s Asian and Pacific Islanders community now increasingly the target of hate crimes.

Higher FDI cap in insurance: A Booster Shot

The government’s decision to raise the limit of foreign investment in Indian insurance companies from 49 percent to 74 percent is a timely boost. Can it be a game changer in an industry weakened by the pandemic?

The Covid vaccine pecking order

In a surprising development, the Court has asked the centre to consider the request of lawyers for priority in vaccination. How fair is it to give the vaccine based on the nature of trade?

Crossing out cheque bounce cases

The Court has constituted a panel to speed up disposal of cheque bounce cases. It said the centre would allocate space for its functioning and give allowances. The panel has to submit its report within three months.

New Vehicle Scrapping Policy: End of the Road

In a move to boost the automobile sector, which has been reeling under the impact of Covid-19, and to reduce pollution, the centre has come up with a policy to scrap old vehicles and reuse them.

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