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POLITICS

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Supreme Court, Aadhar card, Telecom companies, DoT

Telecom operators should not be asking you to link your phone number to Aadhaar

DoT's circular is based on a misinterpretation of a Supreme Court order.

POLITICS

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Supreme Court, Constitution, Privacy, Aadhaar

How we got around to talk about privacy

The concept of privacy will have to yield with concepts such as national interest, state interest, public interest and private interests.

POLITICS

 |  It Could Happen to You  |  4-minute read
Shah Jahan, Supreme Court, Taj Mahal

Can Supreme Court give the final word on Taj Mahal?

With 20 years of litigations having proved nothing, the court should put a blanket ban on filing yet another futile case.

VARIETY

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Supreme Court, Medical colleges, Tamil Nadu, NEET

What the NEET controversy in Tamil Nadu means for all of us?

It calls for a critical re-examination of some of our fundamental values in the educational system.

POLITICS

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Muslim women, Supreme Court, Uniform Civil Code, Triple Talaq

Why Uniform Civil Code that does not affect religious freedom is hard to imagine

The defining feature of a functioning democracy is its adherence to the theory and practice of the fundamental principles of equity, justice and inclusion for all.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Personal laws, JS Khehar, Supreme Court, Triple Talaq

Why the triple talaq verdict was a flawed one

The real problem is that this case was forcibly put for argument by Justice Khehar during vacation.

POLITICS

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UIDAI, PAN, Supreme Court, Aadhaar

Right to privacy is great, but what happens to Aadhaar now?

The ‘deadline’ for linking UID to PAN is August 31, but is it even legal?

POLITICS

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Supreme Court, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar, Ravi Shankar Prasad

Does Centre really think it can now fool us by claiming it was all for right to privacy?

Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has claimed government was of the view that right to privacy should be a fundamental right.

POLITICS

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NIA, Supreme Court, Army, Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit

Why Army honoured and reinstated Malegaon blast accused Lt Col Purohit

Those accusing the Indian Army for not doing enough must realise that it refused to suspend or terminate his services throughout the period of his arrest.

VOICES

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Muslim personal law, Muslim women, Supreme Court, Triple Talaq

Instant triple talaq struck down: Fight for personal laws has just begun

So many social evils like dowry and child marriage, though outlawed, still prevail because of ignorance and blind faith.