September 2021 | Vol. LIX No. 23 |  Regular

Lawmakers or Lawbreakers?

   

The humiliating withdrawal of America from Afghanistan has become the subject of debates in the whole world. In the past it was US which had trained and armed Taliban to...
Pharaoh did not rule over his subjects with an even hand; instead, he divided his subjects into various groups. He gave more rights and powers to some and enslaved, crushed...
It becomes binding for a man, who finds a stray thing, to take it in his charge if it is liable to perish in case it is not preserved.
By Sikandar Azam God is the Creator of the universe and all that is within it, animate or inanimate. Whether they are humans or jinn, earth or the sky, planets...
Arshad Shaikh examines the implications of the recent report filed by the Amicus Curiae to the Supreme Court regarding the high number of pending cases against lawmakers of our country.
THERE IS AN ATTEMPT TO GIVE COMMUNAL COLOUR TO NEWS: CJI Web portals “only listen to powerful voices” and “write anything” against judges or institutions, the Supreme Court said in...
A Bangladeshi scientist who helped develop a cheap oral vaccine against cholera, a Pakistani microfinance pioneer and a Filipino fisherman were among the winners of Asia’s equivalent to the Nobel...
Mega Kisan Mahapanchayat launches anti-BJP campaign By Abdul Bari Masoud Giving in to pressure from the Opposition parties and farmers’ unions for action against Karnal SDM Ayush Sinha, who issued...
The state governments cannot withdraw criminal cases against sitting MPs and MLAs without prior sanctions from the respective high courts, the Supreme Court has said. On August 7, a bench...
The Delhi High Court quashed four of five FIRs lodged over an alleged incident of looting and arson of houses in a single compound during the northeast Delhi riots last...