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Right to Privacy must be a Fundamental Right

In 1954, a bench of eight Supreme Court judges declared that the Constitution-makers did not recognise the Fundamental Right to Privacy. It is hoped that a larger bench as and when constituted will......

No option but to resign: Opposition slams Sushma on Lalit Modi row

Opposition parties on Sunday slammed External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and demanded her resignation for “helping” scam-tainted former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi......

No rape in marriage?

A number of studies and statistics prove that marital rape is a reality in India. But laws that do not acknowledge this are another reality that a large number of married women are forced to live......

Politicians who suffered from FOOT-IN-MOUTH disease

Our politicians never fail to amuse, shock and horrify us with their comments. While some are new to making bizarre claims, the others are repeat offenders.   As the year 2014 draws to an end,......

Battleground Rajya Sabha!

Image: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Thursday. Photograph: PTI/TV grab 'The non-BJP parties calculate that Modi has to be countered......

Satyam: Court summons Ram Mynampati

A special court for economic offences on Monday issued fresh summons against Ram Mynampati, a former top official of fraud-hit Satyam Computer's Services Limited (SCSL). The judge of the special......

India Inc owes Rs 13500 cr to banks

Demanding that willful default to banks be made a criminal offence under the Securitisation Act, the Delhi unit of All India Bank Employees Association on Monday said the corporate sector owes Rs......

Bribery by foreign officials? Govt to move fresh bill soon

Bribery by foreign nationals is not covered under any domestic anti-corruption laws at present. A Bill that makes accepting or giving bribe by foreign public officials a criminal offence entailing......

Why the child labour law should not be amended

The proposed changes to the child labour law to allow children and adolescents to work for their families would be most retrograde and regressive, say Shinzani Jain and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.......

Scam helped Rose Valley create Rs 2,500-cr assets

Unlike Saradha mastermind, Gautam Kundu used illegally collected money to expand the company's hotel business across India "I am not a fool like Sudipta Sen," Rose Valley Chairman Gautam Kundu shot......

When Bollywood stars adopted

He may not have married but he may just make a great father. In keeping with his paternal instincts, Karan Johar will soon adopt a kid and become a sort of kunwara baap. Brownie points for such a......

Bollywood celebrates India's cricket victory

Twitter is a busy world, and Bollywood contributes a great deal to it. Here's looking at the best star tweets of the day The second World Cup quarterfinal between India and Australia was eagerly......

Powell erases doubts over record

Asafa Powell, the softly spoken son of a preacher, has snatched the world 100 metres record away from a man who might have lost it anyway after being charged with serious doping offences.The......
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Law Commission suggests changes in BIT model to attract investors

New Delhi: The Law Commission of India on Thursday called for slew of changes in the draft model Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) introduced by... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/F3bmUScrYz2KEfeeCdzL8L/Law-panel-suggests-changes-in-BIT-model-to-attract-investors.html
Bihar police stepping up vigil to shield Dalits ahead of assembly polls

New Delhi: With elections to the Bihar assembly due in a couple of months, the state police is stepping up its vigil to shield Dalit voters from... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/xNVNX3j77gtRl4LMR5wm1K/Bihar-police-stepping-up-vigil-to-shield-Dalits.html
Who governs the high seas?

The civilian trial of the Italian marines is affecting India's reputation as an upholder of international law The International Maritime Bureau... ...

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/who-governs-the-high-seas/article3569983.ece?utm_source=MostPopular&utm_medium=Lead&utm_campaign=WidgetPromo
Rise in White-Collar Crimes Grips Delhi Cops

NEW DELHI:If you thought crime was restricted to robbery, snatching or lifting, hold your horses. Delhi Police is struggling to tackle a new kind... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/Rise-in-White-Collar-Crimes-Grips-Delhi-Cops/2015/08/23/article2988137.ece
Will PM Modi's visit bring 'achhe din' in long-term?

Prime minister Narendra Modi's historic visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the first by an Indian PM to the Gulf nation in 34 years, struck a... ...

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