“The 'India-Pakistan Question' is one of the oldest items on the agenda of the UN Security Council and the outstanding question remains on the Security Council’s agenda since India has never implemented the Security Council resolution concerning Jammu and Kashmir dispute," he said. … [Read more...] about Foreign Office says no change in laws for India’s spy Jadhav
47th report of law commission of india
According to news reports, the company has a database of 24 lakh people which includes 10,000 Indians. These “foreign targets” include President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi, a number of chief ministers, union ministers, service chiefs and the Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde, among others. … [Read more...] about China’s ‘hybrid war’? President, PM Modi among thousands of Indians being ‘snooped’ on, claim reports
Data from the ministry of home affairs support this line of argument. While 86% of deaths are registered in India, the cause of death is medically certified in only 21% of registered deaths. A state-wise analysis shows that the share of medically certified deaths to total registered deaths was lower in states which have a higher share of ‘mostly rural’ and ‘entirely rural’ districts. Of the 584 ‘mostly rural’ and ‘entirely rural’ districts in India, 211 are in five states – Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha. These states are among the laggards in terms of the share of deaths that have a medically certified cause. … [Read more...] about Is Covid-19 less fatal in India’s villages?
The high court, in its June 27 last year order, had said that 50-per cent cap on total reservations imposed by the Supreme Court could be exceeded in exceptional circumstances. It had also accepted Maharashtra government's argument that the Maratha community was socially and educationally backward and it was duty-bound to take steps for its progress. … [Read more...] about SC stays implementation of 2018 Maharashtra law granting reservation to Marathas in education, jobs
On Friday, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against T.I. and four other “Atlanta-based individuals,” including film producer Ryan Felton. According to the SEC’s press release, T.I, the stage name of Clifford Harris Jr., and three other people promoted Felton’s companies, FLiK and CoinSpark, which the commission says are “unregistered and fraudulent initial coin offerings,” or ICOs. Fortunately for T.I., he and his three compatriots were able to settle with the commission, with the rapper paying $75,000 and agreeing to “not participate in offerings or sales of digital-asset securities for at least five years.” The settlements are subject to court approval. … [Read more...] about T.I. Settles With Securities And Exchange Commission Over Promoting ‘Fraudulent’ ICOs