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Indian Democracy Counting The Errors!

The Agricultural Laws Repeal Bill, 2021, was approved by the Union Cabinet in a recent meeting after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement on November 19, 2021, that the three unpopular farm laws will be repealed. Many were surprised by the Prime Minister's declaration, especially many in the governing dispensation who had previously opposed the farmers' demonstrations tooth and claw, resorting to abhorrent name-calling at times. However, the retreat is a good step after long demonstrations that saw more than 700 farmers die and many more endure severe pain and risk from an antagonistic administration, bad weather, and a pandemic. According to the letter sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), the three laws would not be abolished in Parliament un...

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‘Pegasus’ Investigation Report: Possible Revelations After 56 Days Can Become A Big Issue In The Election

The Uttar Pradesh elections, which are called the semi-finals of the power of the Center, are near. All political parties including BJP are busy preparing for the elections. This week the Supreme Court has constituted a committee to investigate the Pegasus spyware case. This committee has to submit its report to the Supreme Court in eight weeks i.e. 58 days. At that time the election preparations will be at its peak. After the presentation of the report, the Supreme Court will give the final verdict in the matter. If the report of the inquiry committee comes against the central government, the 'Pegasus' case can cause political injury to Yogi Adityanath and the BJP and if the central government gets a clean chit in the report, then the opposition's allegations will be exposed. 'Pegasus...

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Salman Khurshid Claimed, “Supreme Court Verdict On Ayodhya Dispute Rejected The Idea Of ​​Hindu Rashtra”

Former Union Law Minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has said in his new book that the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya dispute has refused to accept the idea of 'Hindu Rashtra'. Along with this the ability of the Apex Court to practically deal with religiously sensitive cases in a secular system has been enhanced. Khurshid's new book 'Sunrise Over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times' became available on Monday. In this, the historic verdict of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case of 2019 has been explained in detail. Khurshid has told through this book that the Supreme Court had struck a delicate balance between the use of judicial principles and the healing wounds of civilization. Khurshid wrote that the Supreme Court may have liked the Hindu side marginal...

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Supreme Court Said, “Women Should Get Permanent Commission In The Army”

39 women have got a big victory from the Supreme Court regarding permanent commission in the Indian Army. The Supreme Court says that the Central Government should bring an order to give permanent commission to these women officers at the earliest. In fact, under the long-standing system, women could only serve for 14 years. Due to this, they were denied pension and other financial benefits. Also, they used to reach the rank of lieutenant colonel at most before retirement, but now under permanent commission a woman officer will continue to hold the post till she retires. They will also get pension and all allowances in permanent commission. It is noteworthy that under the Short Service Commission, women can give their services only for 10 or 14 years. After that she retires. In the...

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