USAID COMMITS OVER $100 MILLION TO HELP SUDANESE REFUGEES.On May 30, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
USAID has pledged more than $103 million in financing for Sudan and nations hosting displaced
Sudanese refugees as part of its commitment to aiding the country’s refugees from the Sudan. Samantha Power, the administrator of USAID, has come to Chad to meet with officials and refugees from Sudan to talk about humanitarian concerns. Since the humanitarian situation in Sudan is only growing worse, USAID is providing more support to its local partners. 60 million people in Sudan required humanitarian aid even before the crisis and horrifying bloodshed.
LUXURY REAL ESTATE SALES IN HAIFA: ERASING PALESTINIAN HISTORY AND CONTRIBUTING TO ONGOING DISPLACEMENTOn May 24, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
In Haifa, the sale of Palestinian homes as opulent real estate has been a persistent problem since the late 1940s. Thousands of Palestinians were driven from their homes once Israel became a state, and the government seized their possessions.
SYRIA’S Return To The ARAB LEAGUE: Symbolic Victory or Regional Breakthrough?On May 22, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
Analysts believe that the Arab League’s decision to reinstate Syria after a 12-year ban is a huge symbolic win for Damascus, a symptom of a broader regional realignment, and a reflection of the United States’ diminishing influence. At the Arab League’s headquarters in Cairo on Sunday, foreign ministers from member nations voted in favor of Syria’s inclusion.
RAVNEET KAUR BECOMES THE FIRST WOMAN CHAIRPERSON OF THE COMPETITION COMMISSION OF INDIAOn May 22, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
A member of the Punjab cadre of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) from the 1988 batch, Ravneet Kaur has been named the head of the Competition Commission of India (CCI). Since the CCI’s founding in 2003, she is the organization’s first female executive.
THE LEGACY OF JUSTICE V.R. KRISHNA IYER IN THE INDIAN JUDICIARYOn May 22, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
he role of the bar in the advancement of Indian constitutional law and jurisprudence was underlined by Justice Krishna Murari. He thinks that the constitution must develop within the country and that its application must change along with societal and political trends.
Imran Khan’s Arrest And Its Implications For Pakistans Political FutureOn May 22, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
On May 9, 2023, Imran Khan, a former Pakistani prime minister, was detained on suspicion of corruption in connection with the Al-Qadir Trust. Khan and his wife allegedly acquired land as a bribe through a charitable foundation, according to the government authorities.
Iran Seizes Marshall Islands-flagged oil tanker in Gulf of Oman.On May 16, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
In the Gulf of Oman, Iran captured a Marshall Islands-flagged oil tanker that had attempted to
escape after colliding with an Iranian vessel and injured several crew members. The Persian
Gulfs naval force of the Iranian army captured the ship. The Advantage Sweet oil tanker was
reportedly taken over by Iranian naval troops when it was “transiting international waters” in the
Gulf of Oman, according to the US Navy.
Understanding The Doctrine Of Part Performance In Real Estate And Property LawOn May 16, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
A legal theory known as the doctrine of partial performance permits the enforcement of an oral contract for the transfer of property even if it is not in writing. This doctrine is founded on the idea that when two parties enter into a contract and one party permits the other to act in accordance with the contract, that person creates equity and is unable to later contest the agreement’s performance on the grounds that the legal requirements were not met.
Marriage Equality In India: Beyond Judicial Challenges To Achieve Secular And Social ReformsOn May 15, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
The Supreme Court of India decriminalised homosexuality in 2018, which was a significant ruling for the nation’s LGBTQ+ community. The choice was an important step for marital equality in India. A number of applications to legalise same-sex unions are presently being heard by the Indian Supreme Court.
Released From Prison Is Kim Potter, The Officer Convicted Of Killing Daunte WrightOn May 15, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
Former police officer Kim Potter was found guilty of first- and second-degree manslaughter in relation to Daunte Wright’s passing. Potter fatally shot Wright in April 2021 during a traffic check. She maintained that she mistakenly thought her Taser was her pistol.