Ambiguity regarding attempts in civil service examination for physically handicapped aspirants belonging to OBC cleared

While setting aside the judgements of Madras high and Delhi High court, where physically handicapped candidates belonging to OBC have been granted to make attempts to 10 times for civil service examination, the honourable apex court ruled that a person enrolled for the civil service examination under the category of physically handicapped can avail only … Continue reading Ambiguity regarding attempts in civil service examination for physically handicapped aspirants belonging to OBC cleared

The story of ban, protest, and legislation: Jallikattu triumphs

Since the Supreme Court had banned the traditional celebration of Jallikattu (part of Pongal harvest festival), there was heavy dissent and uproar amongst its followers to be continued with such fest which is centuries old. In the 2014 that particular proceedings was initiated by PETA (People for ethical treatment of animals), AWBI (Animal welfare board … Continue reading The story of ban, protest, and legislation: Jallikattu triumphs

WhatsApp, Facebook, TRAI, Centre issued notice by SC over new data-sharing privacy policy

In recent updates Hon’ble Supreme Court of India hearing an appeal filed by Karmanya Singh (engineering student) and Shreya Sethi (law student) concerning the privacy policy of the WhatsApp where the data of the users shall be subject to non-disclosure and sharing with the third parties. The present petition is challenging to scrap down the … Continue reading WhatsApp, Facebook, TRAI, Centre issued notice by SC over new data-sharing privacy policy

68 supporters of ISIS arrested in India

The National Investigation Agency and the state security agencies have so far arrested 68 supporters of dreaded terror outfit ISIS in various parts of the country, Lok Sabha was informed today. Replying to a written question, Minister of the state of Haryana said that, “The National Investigation Agency and state security agencies have so far … Continue reading 68 supporters of ISIS arrested in India

Bharat Bandh called by opposition on Nov28 against demonetization

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to demonetize 1000 and 500 notes has brought great chaos, not just in the economic but in the political market too. Since 8th Nov ’16, we have seen a lot of cons of this hysterical step of Mr.Modi. long standing queues at the ATMs and banks, confusion among the NRIs … Continue reading Bharat Bandh called by opposition on Nov28 against demonetization

Karnataka High Court order for winding up of Kingfisher

Failure to pay Rs.42 cores proved to be the worst due on Mr.Mallya. Justice Vineet Kothari, has finally ordered winding up of the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines Ltd. For failing to pay $6million (Rs.41 crore) dues. The Kingfisher airlines owed the amount to a British firm that supplied aircraft components to it. Karnataka High Court, has … Continue reading Karnataka High Court order for winding up of Kingfisher

DEMONETISATION OF INDIAN CURRENCY -effects overreach India territory!

Prime Minister Modi’s revolutionary decision to curb corruption, terrorism and other such threats to India and Indian economy, has left the Non-Resident Indians living overseas disturbed. The ripple effects of Modi’s decision dated 8/11/2016, can be felt not just within the boundaries but have extended to countries like Canada, UK, U.S.A., Australia, Dubai, and Bangkok … Continue reading DEMONETISATION OF INDIAN CURRENCY -effects overreach India territory!

“These notes are just papers from tomorrow.”- Narendra Modi

What happened? With the US Presidential Elections having the world glued to the News, a speech by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stolen the thunder. In a televised addressed to the Nation on Tuesday night, Narendra Modi announced demonetisation of Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 notes with effect from midnight. The country’s biggest denominations are … Continue reading “These notes are just papers from tomorrow.”- Narendra Modi