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Who decides what marriage is? — CENTHRA and CLJ

In the late 20th century, following substantial cultural and political developments, same-sex couples began to lead more open and public lives and to establish families. Now, the US Supreme Court has issued a majority decision in Obergefell v. 758 more words

Human Rights

Whose life is precious

A disturbing trend is noticed in News media since last two days.

Veteran bollywood actress of movie Sholay & an elected MP, Hema Malini met with accident and was reportedly injured. 190 more words

Is the democratic order under threat in South Africa?

Respect for the constitutional order has been gradually eroded under President Zuma.

by Martin Plaut

Source: New Statesman

 

Children run past a mural of Nelson Mandela and other freedom fighters in Soweto. 871 more words

Africa

Fair comment 

Recently some cases are tending to transmogrify the mentality of people towards judiciary. Be it Salman khan’s suspension of sentence in ‘hit and run case’or the infamous “JJ Disproportionate assets case”. 1,041 more words

Law & Issues

Grégoire Webber: The remaking of the Constitution of Canada

Editors’ note: The blog has a number of country correspondents who report from time to time on matters of interest to a UK audience. Prof Webber is the blog’s Canada correspondent. 2,422 more words

Judiciary

Repeal the 17th

What can we believe in this world?

If you’re a citizen of the United States one thing that you can believe in with certainty is the wisdom of the Founding Fathers. 1,390 more words

America

Binay son suspension defiance bad for father’s 2016 presidential run

Vice President Jejomar Binay and Makati Mayor Junjun Binay should have talked it over intelligently if defying the Ombudsman’s order for the latter’s suspension the second time around (the first time was only 4 months ago in March) was good and politically expedient for both their political careers. 558 more words

Government