Germany’s 49 euro transit ticket gets federal fundingOn March 17, 2023 by Garima Pandey
Germany is an incredibly popular tourist destination, and it looks like that popularity is set to increase even further with the launch of a new 49-euro ticket expected to launch in spring 2023. This ticket will give tourists access to unlimited travel on regional trains throughout Germany for seven days.
America shares video of the Russian plane and drone collision in the Black Sea.On March 17, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
The US military has released a video that it claims shows a Russian plane unsafely intercepting an American drone over the Black Sea.
How can the court reinstate a Chief minister who did not face a floor test?On March 17, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
On February 14, a five-judge panel headed by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India DY Chandrachud and including Justice MR Shah, Krishna Murari, Hima Kohli, and PS Narasimha began hearing the case.
Dealer claiming Input Tax Credit must prove transaction beyond a reasonable doubt, Supreme Court said for KVAT ActOn March 17, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
The Karnataka Value Added Tax Act, 2003 is legislation that governs the levy and collection of value-added tax in the state of Karnataka. One of the key provisions of the Act is section 70, which relates to the Input Credit Tax (ITC) claimed by dealers on their purchases.
Pi DAY: MARCH 14On March 17, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
March 14 every year is celebrated as Pi Day by mathematics enthusiasts and scholars. It is also the birthday of one the greatest mathematician and scientist Albert Einstein. We all had come across the Greek symbol π during high school which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
Sri Lanka unions stage strike to protest against IMF bailout plan.On March 16, 2023 by Garima Pandey
Recently, unions in Sri Lanka went on strike to oppose the International Monetary Fund’s IMF bailout strategy. In exchange for Sri Lankan economic reforms and austerity measures, including cuts to public sector wages and pensions as well as higher taxes on petrol, alcohol, cigarettes, and other items, the IMF had proposed a three-year loan package of $1.5 billion. Trade unionists are outraged, claiming that this will only make things worse for the nation’s already-struggling workforce.
Scientific breakthrough could prevent breast cancer time bomb’On March 15, 2023 by Garima Pandey
Scientific breakthroughs have the potential to prevent a breast cancer time bomb. Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death among women worldwide and this has been a major concern for many years. In recent years, there have been numerous scientific advancements that are helping to reduce the risk factors associated with breast cancer and even potentially preventing it altogether.
Global Democracy’s decline bottoms out.On March 15, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
According to a recent report by Freedom House, a nonprofit research organization that conducts research and advocacy on democracy, political freedom, and human rights. The organization was founded in 1941 and is based in Washington, D.C., USA.
SC affirms Allahabad HC’s 2017 order to remove the mosque from its premises.On March 15, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
The Supreme Court’s dismissal of the special leave petitions challenging the 2017 Allahabad High Court judgement to remove the mosque from its premise has sparked a fresh debate about the role of the judiciary in India’s specular democracy.
A LAWYER SUED FOR NOT BEING A LAWYEROn March 15, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
“DoNotPay” is the new rage in the world of Artificial Intelligence chatbots. Though initially launched in 2015, the chatbot is garnering limelight in 2023. It is a chatbot having expertise in providing legal services.