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Farm Laws Repeal: A hurri...

In a parliamentary democratic set up, it is not possible to impose laws on an utterly hostile community despite the best of intension and the promise of long-term national gains, without due consultation, consensus and credible parliamentary scrutiny.

Tribunal Reforms Act does...

The Centre has informed ...

India at 75: An Independe...

Many things have changed since January 26, 1950, when our Founding Fathers gifted us this Republic. While we have established our government and fundamental laws, we need to examine whether the separation of powers between the Executive, Judiciary and Legislature operates as it should.

Lok Sabha passes bill to ...

The Centre moved the law by which government-owned general insurance companies need not have 51 per cent capital held by the Union. This will allow government to sell larger stakes in National Insurance, the New India Assurance, the Oriental Insurance and the United India Insurance.

Judicial Activism

The Montesquieun principle of ‘separation of powers’ elucidates that each wing of the State would operate in its own respective sphere- with specific duties, obligations and roles assigned to them.

A Chequered History

The council of ministers of the government of West Bengal, in its first meeting on May 17, 2021, took the decision to set up a legislative council. In its manifesto, the Trinamool Congress had promised the formation of the council.

The Ordinance Conundrum

In 1950, the Speaker spoke about the “undemocratic” practice of promulgating ordinances instead of bringing Bills. Now, they are re-issued in the absence of their ratification, thereby doing away with ordinance etiquette.

If cleared, Cryptocurrenc...

The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021, if cleared by the parliament, will impose a blanket ban on the transaction of cryptocurrency by corporations and individuals. The bill is likely to be placed before the ongoing budget session of the Parliament.

Stay on farm laws: Suprem...

When a law is made by Parliament, it alone can repeal or suspend it. The Court has no power to stay it, and if it does so, then Parliament too can do the same to a court’s orders. This tussle has been there since the first Republic Day in 1950.

Farm Laws 2020: Beginning...

Farmers, a community, which gives us food to keep us alive, but the same was always kept under poverty in a planned manner by our policy makers.

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