According to Vikas Srivastava, Tax Partner at Luthra & Luthra, the Narendra Modi government has brought about a “big change, huge effort” in facilitating ease of business and making it conductive for companies to invest i
Separation of Powers between the legislature, executive and the judiciary was a concept that was carefully chosen and incorporated into our constitution after being subject to extensive debate regarding its pros and cons and
All eyes are on Chennai's famous Marina Beach which has become the hub of Jallikattu protests. TV reports suggest that there are over 12,000 people gathered there and crowds have surged after the late night vigil on Tuesday.
In a world where rants are viral and news has become a channel of instant and sensational gratification, it's no big surprise that a huge controversy around jallikattu began with Kamal Haasan's statement on it.
Jallikattu is a hot topic and every educated Indian suddenly has an opinion on this. Are you wondering why every Indian including those who love their plate of fish, lamb and beef are suddenly talking about protecting animals
The outgoing CJI TS Thakur’s farewell was packed to the brim, with Supreme Court judges and advocates flocking to the venue since 4 PM this evening. Gaurav Bhatia, Secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association referred
What a grand farewell it was for the outgoing CJI TS Thakur at Supreme Court this evening! The beautifully decorated pandal which could seat hundreds of advocates swelled to the brim and it was packed with increasing number o
Since Jayalalithaa's death, there has been only one major question that the political parties and the people of Tamil Nadu have been asking themselves and yes, it is a heart-wrenching question for them - "Who will step into A
It was a packed gathering of advocates in Courtroom no 5 this morning. At the outset, Justice Gogoi indicated that he is recusing from hearing Item no 57, which was a writ petition seeking Union of India (Centre) to consider
It was yet another action-packed day at the Supreme Court this afternoon, where a transfer petition that had been filed by the Centre on demonetisation along with other related petitions came up in Supreme Court.
Justice Madan B Lokur, a known scholar and a Supreme Court Judge, pointed out the existence of some apparent legal anomalies in defining armed conflicts, the nuances of which the learned Judge examined in the context of curre
Worldwide, December 10th is honored as Human Rights Day and increasingly, it is being taken up seriously and not as a mere formality. You only have to open the morning newspaper or the TV news channels to understand how crime
It is a rare book launch where the author, who has written a book on Zoroastrian religion, is a Supreme Court Judge, was hailed as one of the most brilliant lawyers in the country while he was a lawyer and more interestingly,
For most of us, Sunday mornings are meant for waking up at a leisurely pace. But this Sunday morning, a very unusual sight would have caught most Delhiites by surprise if they had ventured out to the India International Centr
It is a rare occasion to hear the Chief Justice of India talk about the need to integrate a spirit of oneness among religions and cite the Bhagawad Gita at a function which celebrates a book release on the Zoroastrian religio
YES! JK Rowling does it again - with a darker and more spell-binding plot, a sombre narrative that sets into motion a fierce battle between the dark world and the magical forces, even as new and stunning creatures from the wo