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Is the Madhya Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party Government trying to extinguish people's Right to constitutional remedies?

Lalit Shastri

Is the Bharatiya Janata Party Government in Madhya Pradesh bent upon extinguishing the citizens’ Fundamental Right to constitutional remedies by following the route of bulldozing and passing a Bill through brute majority in the special one-day session of the state Assembly tomorrow in order to enact a law to prevent people from approaching the superior court directly to file writ petitions as public interest litigation (PIL) against State ministers or government officers accused of indulging in corruption on the basis of information procured through the Right to Information Act. 795 more words

India

Jumping On The Banned-Wagon

There is a funny anecdote set in British India which follows the concerns that the colonial government had over the large number of poisonous cobras inhabited in Delhi.   921 more words

Bbc Documentary

International Women's Day - Working Towards Every Day Being an Equal Day

It never occurred to me that International Women’s Day was such a highly celebrated day. Every year I would get a few comments from people telling me, “Happy International Women’s Day!”, and that would be it. 928 more words

Stories

Should Freedom Of Speech Be An Absolute Right?

“A person’s Freedom is ensured when he ensures freedom of others.”

This Statement has been uttered by a great tall esteeming figure “Nelson Mandela”, Gandhi of South Africa. 966 more words

Civil Services Examination

Who Wants Some Fundamental Rights?

“Everyone is born with the same rights as the white male…there should be fundamental rights for everyone, something society is not doing.” – Sarah Frei, University of Oregon student. 575 more words

Life

Started to work in the FRAME FP7 project

FRAME is a large-scale, collaborative research project funded under the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) coordinated by the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies and conducted by 19 research institutes from around the world. 47 more words
My Works

Roasting Free Speech !

“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph” has been brilliantly expressed by Haile Selassie. 963 more words

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