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Donald Trump, Virushka, Supreme Court, Farmlaws

DailyOh! Why SC will not hear a no, to the fake first pic of Virushka's baby girl

The Supreme Court has set up a four-member committee to prepare a report on farm laws. Till then the farm laws will stay on hold.

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Coronavirus vaccine, Bird flu, Supreme Court, Farmlaws

DailyOh! Why SC said don’t want blood on hands, to Virat and Anushka's baby girl

The Supreme Court bench has asked the Centre to hold the farm laws, else the court will put a hold on it.

VARIETY

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Supreme Court, Sushant Singh Rajput, Rhea chakraborty, Pranabmukherjee

DailyOh! Pranab Mukherjee and the trust Indira Gandhi posed in him

Known as the all-weather man for Congress, Pranab left the Congress after a fallout with Rajiv Gandhi.

POLITICS

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Design thinking, Online litigation, E-lok-adalats, Supreme Court

Why nudging access to justice will make Indians trust upholding of the rule of law

The link between economic growth and a society that upholds rights, enforces contracts, redresses grievances, and ensures rule of law, is well established across the world.

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Sachin Pilot, Supreme Court, Sushant Singh Rajput, Rheachakraborty

DailyOh! What Rhea told SC, to why Rajasthan reminds all of Pakistan’s Changa Manga politics

The wait to know who will investigate the Sushant Singh Rajput case will go on, as will the conspiracy theories.

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Judicial system, Supreme Court, NITI Aayog, Designthinking

How design-thinking can help justice delivery in the Covid era

At its simplest, justice delivery is about ensuring ease of access to mechanisms which embed justice in the everyday life of each and every citizen of that jurisdiction.

POLITICS

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Michelle bachelet, Supreme Court, Citizenship amendment act, Unhcr

Why India needs to be on the 'rights' side of the United Nations

When UN OHCHR sought to file an intervention application in the Supreme Court against CAA, the Indian government claimed that no foreign party has locus standi on CAA as it pertains to Indian sovereignty.

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Valentine's Day, Dipak Misra, Supreme Court, Decriminalisingelections

Decriminalising elections: Cleaning up the electoral process

Treat it as a Valentine's message to the people of India.

VARIETY

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National register of citizens, Caa, Supreme Court, Citizenshipamendmentact

Why Supreme Court faces a balancing act with Citizenship Amendment Act

The apex court's anodyne order has left the question of the constitutional validity of the CAA wide open.

POLITICS

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Uddhavthackeray, Amitshah, Shivsena-ncp-congress alliance, BJP

Maharashtra voters can't complain. They have got entertainment worth every penny

The political parties seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding that if they can't form the government, the voters must at least get nail-biting entertainment.