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Importance of the Aadhaar Dissent

Justice Dhananjaya Yeshwant Chandrachud’s dissenting decision in the matter of Justice KS Puttaswamy (Retd) and Another versus Union of India and Others, in which he held Aadhaar to be unconstitutional in its entirety, is as a rule broadly hailed by commentators. While the four judges out

A Menace: India’s ‘Growth’ to Slow to 7.3% In 2019

India’s growth slowed down significantly, Latest Moody’s report, stating that, Indian economy will expand at 7.4% in this year, but the growth will slow down to 7.3% in the 2019 as domestic demand tapers on higher borrowing costs due to rising interest rates, Moody’s Investors


Located just south of the Indian peninsula is the tropical island nation of Sri Lanka. Also known as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’, Sri Lanka is nation with a rich heritage and multi-cultural society. It is also a popular tourist destination, as it is

We must listen to the victims: Huma Qureshi on #MeToo

Actress Huma Qureshi thinks it is brave of women to come out and talk about their #MeToo stories, saying the movement will bring positive change in the country. However, she also urges people to “listen to the victims”. “I think #MeToo is the most relevant

#AmritsarTrainTragedy: Updates

Several people dead in Amritsar in north India as a train mows down a large crowd gathered near the tracks for Dussehra festival celebrations. Very sad visuals and news comes from Amritsar, punjab where, over 50+ people are feared dead after a major train accident took

Tigers and cover-ups: Exposing scandals hidden in forests

In a world of self-styled tiger experts, lack of research and scandalous cover-ups, eminent conservation biologist and wildlife crusader Raghu Chundawat’s book “The Rise and Fall of the Emerald Tigers…” is a bold, audacious and eye-opening account of the biggest systemic failures and wrongdoings in

Education within ambit of services

Many schools and colleges are emerging day by day. There are many fake universities or claim of false affiliation with well-known Universities in India as well as abroad. UGC on April 2018 made a state wise list of 24 fake Universities. Most of such Colleges&

Russia begins biggest military drills since Cold War

Russia began its biggest military exercises since the Cold War, with the participation of around 300,000 troops yesterday, the Defence Ministry said. Members of the Eastern and Central military districts as well as ships of the Pacific and Northern Fleets, the Airborne Force, more than