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Dignity in Retirement

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has recently said that the State must ensure that judicial officers upon retirement must live a life of dignity. This is a case for all government officials

Innocent No More

In a shocking incident in Delhi, a teenager allegedly stabbed to death an 18-year-old on the street after which he started dancing on the spot. The crime has raised several questions on the crimes committed by minors and how the young are behaving in today’s fast-paced world

A Sahara-sized mess

In 11 years, the Sahara-Sebi Refund Account was able to identify and pay 17,526 applicants involving 48,326 accounts, but the payout was of only Rs 138 crore. How much can a new fund, guarded by an online portal, be able to achieve?

Open Season

The five-day struggle for leadership of Open AI, the most promising artificial intelligence software company in the world, ended with a whimper with its CEO and founder Sam Altman being deposed and then reinstated and a new board appointed. What led to the extraordinary turn of events?

An Upright Constitution

The current administration of the Supreme Court, under Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, has taken up the setting up of Constitution benches with right earnest, reducing pendency to a great extent. This Constitution Day, India will celebrate its day of common rights

Legal Loopholes

The manipulation of various videos of celebs using deepfake technology has grabbed the nation’s attention. Despite legal safeguards, the identification of synthetic media remains a major challenge

A Herculean Task

In a positive move, the Supreme Court has asked the centre to formulate a policy focusing on the distribution of sanitary napkins. Despite Swachh Bharat, this aspect of hygiene has been ignored

Humanitarian War: An Oxymoron

The worst victims in Israel’s war in Gaza have been civilians. Laws to protect those who are not participating in hostilities have been ignored by both sides, leading to a tragedy of immense proportions

The Nikky and Vivek Show

The two Indian-Americans in the pack of Republicans trailing front runner Donald Trump for the 2024 presidential election in the US got into a verbal dust up recently. Neither Nikki Haley nor Vivek Ramaswamy is likely to end up on any presidential ballot unless something dire happens to Trump medically or legally, given his multiple criminal indictments. But their disagreement lent some real zip to another pedestrian debate among the Republican also-rans

The Court Strikes Back

The Supreme Court has come out guns blazing against the Union government’s intransigence on the issue of the collegium and judicial appointments. It has issued a clear warning and has passed the message to the government through Attorney General R Venkataramani

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