India is a nation borne after a struggle of hundreds of years and thousands of years of rich dynasty. India being a country of diverse geography, multiple religions and colorful cultures, it attracts people towards her. However, the India we see today was not the India we had a hundred years ago…..
Many a times the public demands death sentence on cases related to heinous crimes and some of these cases even get one. However, if we jump into the section of Ethics and morality for a while, the debate gets divided into two segments. Let’s analyse in this edition of Critical Thinkers.
It’s a 30 year old proxy war. Still, Pakistan with “Bleed India through a thousand cuts” in mind, has been violating cease fires and different terrorist groups attacking Pathankot, Uri, Nagrota and now PULWAMA. What are the options for India in front of her?
According to the prevalent law, the lawmakers and candidates are barred under the Representation of Peoples Act (RPA) from contesting elections only after their conviction in a criminal case. The current verdict was pronounced on a question whether lawmakers facing criminal trial can be disqualified from contesting elections at the stage of framing of charges against them.
Interim Budget 2019-20 was presented in Parliament today by the Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways & Coal, Shri Piyush Goyal. Besides having a major Scheme for the farmers, it provides tax sops and sets the Developmental Agenda for the years to come. Here are some major highlights on the CRITICAL THINKERS
Sedition Law is in news for quite some time now, framing plethora of questions in the minds of young people. Is it against Democracy? Is it against freedom of speech? Let’s find out in this edition of CRITICAL THINKERS. What is Sedition? In simple words, Sedition is an act against state/government. Section 124 of IPC […]
Union Home Minister introduced and passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 in Lok Sabha. The Bill seeks to facilitate acquisition of citizenship by six identified minority communities namely Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Christians and Parsis from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh who came to India before 31st Dec., 2014. It has led to a series of […]
“In India it is the Constitution that is supreme and that a statute law to be valid, must be in conformity with the constitutional requirements and it is for the judiciary to decide whether any enactment is constitutional or not”. The doctrine of judicial review was first originated in USA. The Constitution of India itself […]
In this technological era a single spark can become a wrath of fire in a matter of minutes. One such example is Fake News, from which the whole world is getting hit every day. We have seen earlier this year that throughout the world, the governments are turning to legislation to fight the fake news. […]
Recently, Supreme Court rejected a fresh plea against Article 370 (Jammu and Kashmir special autonomous status) saying that the issues raised in it were already part of the pending pleas. What is Article 370? According to the Constitution of India, Article 370 provides temporary provisions to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, granting it […]