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18 NOV 2015 _ Indo-Nepal Relations

1)Indo-Nepal-China :-

  • Modern-day India and Nepal initiated their relationship with the 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship and accompanying secret letters that defined security relations between the two countries, and an agreement governing both bilateral trade and trade transiting Indian territory.
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Striking down NJAC - A historic judgment

The Hon’ble Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the controversial National Judicial Appointments Commision (NJAC) has come as a jolt to the government. The much hyped NJAC, was a bill conceived by the erstwhile United Progressive Alliance (UPA). 2,132 more words


My father... his voice resounds in annals of judiciary

Priya S. Tandon

Justice Punchhi believed that the office of the Chief Justice of India should have primacy in judicial appointments not the collegium. When he was appointed CJI, he put his belief into practice. 812 more words

Indian Culture

NJAC -Too Much,Too Less

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SCI of India has turned into a live theatre of  brains full of ins and outs of everything that is ought to be legal ,illegal and extra legal. 854 more words

Fali Nariman

Fresh Terror For RGTIL Victims

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Apropos my Speed post and Internet Blogs, NaMo and his government amended the proviso in NaMo’s Land Acquisition Bill in Lok Sabha and agreed to right to appeal. 1,559 more words

Plot allotment controversy casts shadow on new CJI

A two-decade-old controversy over housing society plot allotments to some of the most prominent members of the Indian judiciary has become relevant once again as Supreme Court judge HL Dattu assumed the most powerful judicial office in the country on Sunday. 373 more words


Supreme Court to decide fate of 218 coal blocks today

The court on August 25 had held that all coal blocks allocations since 1993 by various regimes at the Centre have been made illegally and arbitrarily. 215 more words