The eyes of the world are on the President-elect and the new team he has assembled to help him restore America’s global standing, badly undermined by Donald Trump. What lies ahead, judging by the names on his A Team, for India and a new world order?
More than four days before the actual election date, the early voting and mail-in ballots have surpassed more than 50% of all the votes cast in 2016. The exact number is difficult to calculate because mail-in ballots are at unusual levels because of the pandemic impact on behaviour.
The Supreme Court, while reiterating that the right to travel abroad is an inseparable part of the Fundamental Right to Life and Liberty, has allowed a man released on bail to travel to the US to revalidate his green card.
Coordination between the US and other members of the Quad group is aimed at sending a firm message to China that its aggressive expansionism in the Indo-Pacific region Ladakh, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific is coming to an end.
Appeals Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett told the committee she has no views on climate change relevant to the court. She couldn’t say Trump’s policy of having small children separated from their immigrant parents at the border was wrong.
Two days before the first presidential debate of 2020 The New York Times dropped a bombshell story about how Trump paid only token tax amounts on hundreds of millions of US dollars flowing into the Trump Organization and its subsidiaries
RBG left behind a legacy that changed her country—questioning policies and laws discriminatory to women and pulling all her might in the preservation and promotion of “constitutional essentials” in SCOTUS
A judge is defined as “a public officer appointed to decide cases in a law court”. A modest, succinct definition. Ever since man created books of statutes, there have been judges to interpret them in the adversarial system of law that we have in most parts of the world.