USA’s military intervention in war-torn SomaliaOn March 19, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
It all began by the end of 2000 when the United States of America (USA) started supporting Somalia’s Federal Government to arm Somalia against terrorism.
Indian Supreme Court’s Ruling on Drug Storage by Doctors: Striking a Balance between Patient Safety and Medical CareOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
The Drugs and Cosmetics Act is a crucial piece of legislation in India that governs the import, manufacturing, distribution, and sale of drugs and cosmetics. The Act’s provisions, including guidelines for drug storage, aim to uphold the quality, safety, and efficacy of drugs.
Breaking the Shackles of Injustice: Insaaf’s Battle for Judicial Reforms in IndiaOn March 17, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
On March 15, 2023, Kapil Sibal, a well-respected Indian politician and lawyer, launched the ‘Insaaf’ initiative, a new platform dedicated to advocating for much-needed reforms in India’s judicial system. During the launch event, Sibal spoke passionately about the alleged misuse of government investigative agencies, like the ED and CBI, and its negative impact on the Indian justice system.
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.
Constitution Is Stronger Now Because Of Kesavananda Bharati Judgement: Justice BV NagarathnaOn March 13, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
Supreme Court judge Justice BV Nagarathna said that the Constitution of India is stronger now because of the Kesavananda Bharati judgement, which laid down the doctrine of basic structure.
Why Poverty Persists in Rural America?On March 10, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
Poverty is one of the persistent issues in the United States particularly that too in rural areas. It is often characterized by low-income levels
China to aim for five Percent growth rate in 2023On March 10, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
China has set a target of a five per cent growth rate for 2023, which is one of the lowest targets set in the past decades of China’s economic policy.
Treaty to protect the high seasOn March 10, 2023 by Siri Chandana
The main reason to organize the Ocean Treaty is about two-thirds of the world’s oceans are considered international waters
Will Russia sanctions dethrone “King Dollar”?On March 10, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
However, due to an ongoing war may many nations are considering shifting away from the dollar for trade purposes