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Bangladesh War Crimes: Relentless Pursuit

Above: Bangladeshis protesting against War Crimes at Shahabag Square in 2013/Photo: Faisal Akram/Wikimedia By Prakash Bhandari in Dhaka As Bangladesh prepares to celebrate the golden jubilee of ...

On Top of the World

Above: Lok Sabha MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal celebrating on Independence Day in Leh/Photo: ANI As Ladakh is set to be included in the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution, thereby declaring it a triba...


The collapse of India’s largest and most successful private airline Jet Airways brings into focus the centre’s policies where full service carriers are left at the mercy of LCCs which dictate fare...

Mediapersons’ Killings: Murders Most Foul

 Bihar journalists demonstrating against the killing of scribes in Patna The recent dastardly killings of three journalists in the line of duty has once again shown the risks under which the media ...

IMF chief Christine Lagarde held guilty

The former finance minister of France was convicted of negligence, but a special court did not sentence her Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr Had Christine Lagarde been an Indian politician, the opposit...

SC to set up a constitutional bench on demonetisation

By Sujit Bhar The Supreme Court on December 16 passed an interim order on demonetisation. The Court decided to constitute a five-judge constitutional bench to look into the legal validity of the ce...

ABP Group Tightens its Belt

‘Retrenchment’ fear spreads among staff By Sujit Bhar The world of eastern India’s largest media house, the Ananda Bazar Patrika (ABP) Group, is in turmoil, yet again. The group—a media conglomerate...

India Legal Show focuses on judicial reforms

The panelists on the weekly India Legal show telecast on APN TV discussed at length the need for judicial reforms There is no gainsaying the fact that the judiciary in India is crying for reforms. ...

Cult of Violence

The June 2 mayhem which left 29 dead shows how political patronage can embolden a self-proclaimed cult and its leaders to occupy public property, break the law and resort to the use of illegal arms. ...

Corruption and India: Waiting for a Clean Nation

Our country’s record of corruption is dismal and doesn’t auger well for the future. Unless there is political will and laws to fight this scourge, governance is blighted By Ramesh Menon Here ...

News Update

Health activist moves SC, seeks uniform protocol for Covid treatment, calls for national body of experts

The plea has been filed by health activist and public health expert Amulya Nidhi through AOR Abhimanue Shrestha and settled by Senior Advocate Sanjay Parikh.

Flight crew breath check: Delhi HC asks DGMS to consider if test can be held in open because of Covid aerosol fears

The counsel further submitted that the last order the DGCA, obtained data from various airlines which reveals that most of the airlines are conducting testing using breath analyzers, which is much higher than 10% and in some airlines, even close to 30%.

Kerala High Court directs Kochi civic body to widen drain before monsoon

A Single Bench of Justice Devan Ramachandran observed that it will not be possible for this Court to enter into the questions of encroachments at this time, because of the impending monsoons, which is likely to hit the shores of Kerala by the end of May or the first week of June, 2021.

Declare Covishield essential commodity, cap price at Rs 157 per vial, says plea in Supreme Court

The Petitioner while calling the pricing announced by SII discriminatory i.e. Rs 400 and Rs 700, further prays to impose price ceiling of Rs 157 and make it available to both Government and Private hospitals.

Dhankhar orders CBI investigation, but how?

The Supreme Court or a High Court can allow the CBI to carry out any probe. That has not happened in this case. The CBI did not approach any court of law.
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