We asked some politicians to quote their most LOL moment the year. Here are some of the responses.
The NDA government’s self-appointed posture of legislating to criminalise triple talaq clearly shows less-than-honourable motives. It doesn’t behove a government to act in such a manner.
The primary purpose of criminal law is ‘prevention’ of an act; if non-criminal means can succeed in preventing this act, criminal law need not be used.
ThePrint asks: Is criminalising triple talaq a legal necessity or a political gambit? The debate over the legality of triple talaq is inextricably related to ...
ThePrint asks: Is criminalising triple talaq a legal necessity or a political gambit? An abolition of the practice of triple talaq was first called for in 201...
There are two issues here: one is the media and the other is the official message. India and Pakistan need better communication at the official level.
If I evaluate the India-Pakistan situation, at this stage, it looks difficult that we’ll see much progress between now and 2019.
India-Pakistan hasn’t had a negotiation in good faith. Pakistan’s objectives in Kashmir and the wider Indian context remain unaltered.
The need for an overhaul of the Constitution has also been evidenced by the setting up of the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution (NCRWC) in 2000. Our Constitution has already been amended 101 times.
Our Constitution is not defined by individual words such as “socialism” or “secularism.” It is constituted by the text as a whole, by its structure, by the historical processes, movements, and debates that led to its framing. , writes Gautam Bhatia