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Questionable Codes

With the government preparing the platform for the four new labour codes, there are signals of a staggered execution with an early launch of two codes—The Code on Wages and The Code on Social Security.

Lok Sabha passes Family C...

The Lok Sabha has passed...

Watch Your Tongue

A recent publication of the Lok Sabha Secretariat created a stir over the use of some words and expressions. While the Opposition has said that it is an attempt to gag them, is this much ado about nothing?

Judicial Appointments and...

The time has come when the Supreme Court collegium should be replaced by the NJAC comprising the members of the judiciary, the legislature and the executive who can select the best legal brains for judicial appointments. The observations by a former president on this issue are noteworthy 

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.

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Delhi court accepts Vadra...

October 3, 2022

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PFI Delhi chief among 3 m...

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