The removal of barricades comes after the October 21 Supreme Court direction that called for unblocking of roads which have remained out of bounds for commuters due to the protests at Delhi’s border points of Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur.
One of the most controversial provisions of the Indian Constitution that are antithetical to the idea of democracy always finds a place in the limelight. It is just recently, that the apex court has once again defended the necessity of the contempt provision in the Indian scheme of democracy. Continue reading Contempt of Court: Making a case for democracy
It could be understood that the demand is genuine as it has been more than a year for the school students sitting at home, engaged in the online mode of learning with limited physical interaction with their fellow mates, teachers, and other non-teaching staff of their school, the interaction that is essential for her/his overall socio-cultural development. Continue reading The dilemma associated with students’ health and the physical classes
Justices L Nageswara Rao, Sanjiv Khanna, and BR Gavai said on Tuesday that it is up to the states to figure out how to carry out the court’s orders. Continue reading The Supreme Court has decided not to reconsider its judgement from 2018 regarding the grant of reservation in promotions to SC and ST
In a historic move, the armed forces’ decision to induct women into NDA has been taken and passed by the central government. Continue reading Induction of women into the National Defence Academy