ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


The IMEC is an attempt by the US to achieve its larger plans to merge West Asia with South Asia.
Criminal jurisprudence reforms, suggested through the three bills, fail to address the implementation concerns.
The appointment procedure of ECI members ought to be free from executive control and interference.
Given the scope of ED’s powers, the Court could have at least ensured that it works within a legal mandate.
China remains the most significant factor that strengthens the ties between the United States and India.
The Delhi Police’s investigation of sexual harassment has adopted a problematic approach.
Acknowledging diverse sources of Indian knowledge will enrich the curriculum.
The riots are the outcome of a long build-up of tensions in which the state government is complicit.
Only a more streamlined and effi cient legal process will ensure the rule of law and protection of constitutional rights.
Socialisation of the healthcare system and its fi nancing by a public agency is essential to establish the right to health.
Mediation in the Saudi–Iran deal hands China a distinct advantage in the West Asian region.
In the midst of fi xed narratives promoted by the confl icting sides, the Chinese position on peace is notable.
The government cannot claim monopoly over truth in a democracy.
The complete composition of the collegium continues to run into rough weather.
A centralised and single-window clearance process would facilitate the diversion of forests for non-forest purposes.


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