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.
Union Budget 2023-24On February 16, 2023 by Kashika Saxena
The last full-fledged Union Budget for the year 2023-24 was presented before the Lok Sabha elections of 2024 by the Finance Minister of India, Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman. The Union Budget for FY 2023-24 aims to strengthen India’s economic status. In the 75th Year of India’s Independence, the World has recognized the Indian Economy as a ‘bright star’ with its Economic Growth estimated at 7 percent, which is the highest among all major economies of the world.
The Vision for ‘Amrit Kaal’ articulated in the Union Budget has centered around:
MISS WYOMING WINNER WAS ARRESTED FOR KIDNAP IN 1977.On January 15, 2023 by Mohd Uzair
Former beauty Queen, Miss Wyoming winner 1973 Joyce McKinney being arrested by police after kidnapping Mormon missionary Kirk Anderson from his church, forcing him to be her sex slave for 3 days in 1977.
After the case, McKinney absconded from the United Kingdom and was allowed to reside in the United States with a falsified passport. In 2008 it was learned that she made five clones of her pet pit bull in South Korea, and was subsequently charged with plotting to have a teenager break into a house to raise funds for a prosthetic leg for her horse. In 2016, she sued Errol Morris for making a documentary about her.
What’s wrong with Kenyan General Elections, why frontrunner former President Odinga is not accepting the Kenyan people’s election mandates? Former Attorney of Kenya, Mr. Taban Mohamed Explains.On August 17, 2022 by Taban Anis
Raila Odinga is the former Prime Minister, and his bone of content is on the tallying of Presidential votes made by the Electoral Commission.
1) He is accusing the Commission of not declaring the correct numbers.
Kenyan General Elections,2022On August 12, 2022 by Taban Anis
Kenya existed as an amalgamation of many tribal states before its demarcation into boundaries that became Kenya by the British Colonial Company. After the aligning of the new boundaries, the various tribal states were lumped together without their consent or approval into a new and complex territory of communities that were friends or foes.
Various tribes had their political setup, national norms, and customs. With the exception of the Wanga Kingdom of Western Kenya which was held by a king, the majority of tribes had an arrangement where either the Council of elders or chiefs were the head of a community, and the commander in chief of that particular community initiated ceremonies, and not limited to settlement of disputes.
Whoever does not miss the Soviet Union has no heart. Whoever wants it back has no brain-Vladimir PutinOn February 25, 2022 by Mohd Uzair
No wonder Putin has forgotten these words famously quoted by the former KGB Boss, and current President of the Russian Federation. Himself. The above-mentioned quote and the unfolding of current situations at eastern European fronts are two different things. One of the main remains is that it reflected Putin’s stance on the desire for the reunification of former Soviet territories. To which the entire world would rely and Putin would Play smart and evade any suspicions. Things started immediately after Putin formally noded Chechen sovereignty back in 1999, but secretly plundered Chechenia in one of the worst atrocities ever committed by the very newly incorporated Russian Federation. Chechenia however was stabilized after Grozny and Kremlin agreed to a final peace treaty.