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Why is AG asking SC about police powers?

Surprisingly, the police and the Centre are asking the Supreme Court to guide it what police must do to prevent the farmers’ plan to...

Failure of the Apex court’s Committee

Farmers Agitation against Farm Harm Laws The Committee appointed by the Supreme Court fizzled out as soon as it was formed. One member recused and...

Will SC ‘stay’ the implementation of Farm Acts?

Supreme Court might save the face of adamant centre. It appears that the Supreme Court is going to put an end to the farmers laws...

Farm Harm Law –II: Centre Removes the State’ power to regulate supply of Essential Commodities

The agricultural farm produce is equated with food stuff in Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act 2020 also. The Statement of Objects and Reasons mentions a...

The LIEs as LAW-2: Analysis of the Farmer’s Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation Act, 2020)

The three laws on farm produce passed recently in an unparliamentary way are the best examples of camouflaging the harm as help, detriment as...

Why Children missing, student suicides are not a National Concern?

Do you know one child every eight minutes is missing in India according to a BBC investigation. The Ministry of Women and Child Development...

Empower the Contractors & Companies and Disempower the Farmers & States

What Lies in the Law: Analysis of the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 The devil resides in...

Social Sector Investments

Linking social and environmental priorities has become imperative in working towards sustainable development goals (SDG). Inadequate investments in social sector by the governments assume...

Farewell to Welfare of Farmers & Most Obedient to Market Forces

Using “food stuff” to eat “agricultural produce” Apart from several Constitutional defects, the Farm Acts reflect abdication of Centre’s duty to secure welfare of the...

Sustaining sanctity of Tirumala calls for urgent initiatives

(Continued from part-1) Of several recommendations that I gave fifteen years ago, I recall a few which are even more relevant today.  As a part...

Keeping Judge in box in his own court

An unreasonable strategy of AP Government AP Government made allegation of bias on the face of a High Court judge just a day before his...

Sanctity, sustainability of Tirumala Hills should never be in doubt or under threat!

I first visited Tirumala on Seven Hills in 1965. More than a decade earlier, my grandmother told  everyone in our house stories...

Dealing with fake news, a new challenge!

News media today is witnessing a peculiar situation. With two new threats looming large, it is time that news media unleash its powers once...

AP Justice’s anguish on a major Constitutional conflict between Executive vs Judiciary

“Transfer of Judges may delay prosecution of CM” A day before retirement, Justice Rakesh Kumar of Andhra Pradesh High Court came down heavily and raised...

Are Reforms in Higher Education Structures welcome?

It is common to hear often that the higher education in western countries is far superior when compared to that in India. National Education...

Without citizen activism can there be good governance, equitable development?

Three recent observations of Supreme Court remind simmering citizen activism in the country as 2020 comes to an end after a series of agitations...

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