The Supreme Court has named a four-member Committee of Administrators to run the affairs of the Board of Control for Cricket in India as part of a continuing judicial exercise to reform the way the body is administering the game.
Eminent domain is a colonial doctrine imported by the colonial government to India and retained by the independent Indian state
The N.K Singh panel had submitted a report on FRBM.
Deformities due to medical negligence in focus
Not ideological affinity, but prospects of power and pelf determine the making and unmaking of political alliances.
We cannot run away from our own cause, the Chief Justice told the Attorney General
Over 60 students of a government primary school in Madhya Pradesh, 16 of them from the Scheduled Caste category, have been skipping their mid-day meal cooked by a Dalit woman for the last few months.
‘No litigant can be permitted to browbeat or malign the system’
Refuting the claims of some activists about the alleged gang-rape of two tribal girls from Chhattisgarh by C-60 commandos in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra
The police and the government had justified the lathi-charge against the protesters, alleging that a mob had attacked the police and resorted to stone-pelting and arson.
The Gag Rule only applies to the promotion of abortion as a means of family planning, not abortion after a sexual attack
How Manu Needhi Chozhan inspired generations of judges was revealed in a Supreme Court order
Commission wants cap raised to Rs. 2 lakh per week for candidates in five poll-bound States
Protests erupt at many U.S. airports where passengerswere detained
After the shock of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections when it got no seats in Uttar Pradesh, the Bahujan Samaj Party has sought to forge a Dalit-Muslim alliance to revive its fortunes in the coming Assembly elections in the State.
The Prime Minister has repeatedly offered the trope of nationalism so that anyone opposing demonetisation is denounced as corrupt and anti-national
It is not even taming the bull. You hold on to the hump. Not too tight, because the bull then controls you. Not too loose, because you’re then thrown off - R. Kannan of Palamedu
The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre and the States to explain whether there was a lifeline, including a comprehensive insurance plan, for farmers to end the vicious circle plaguing the agriculture sector.
The question is, in the real world, outside Dangal , who is going to do the work that girls are liberated from?