Monday, 5 December, 2022
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Topic: executive

Tuition fee to marriages, Indian MPs have to go beyond duty, but MPLAD fund just not enough

From conducting weddings to paying school tuition, MPs often go beyond the call of duty to satisfy constituents, and receive little help from the government.

Denying Parliament info citing ‘national security’ undemocratic. Govt moves need oversight

In the tussle between weakening Parliament and power-hungry executive, Indians are losing their voice.

Increasing ordinances, decreasing Parliament time – How BJP is making legislature irrelevant

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Parliament to middle class: These are the 8 failings of India coronavirus has exposed

The Covid outbreak has shown that right to equality is only India’s official position. A nation that can’t cry together, isn’t a nation.

With 3 pillars of democracy falling apart, it’s time to read the Constitution once again

Constitution-framers wanted these three wings to function independently, with clearly defined separation of powers.

अब गेंद मुख्य न्यायाधीश दीपक मिश्रा के पाले में

बयानबाजी से बचने की न्यायपालिका की अघोषित अचार संहिता को तोड़कर जजों ने जो संकट पैदा किया है वह क्या मोड़ लेगा, यह मुख्य न्यायाधीश दीपक मिश्रा पर निर्भर है.

The revolt by four Supreme Court judges just made it easier for the Modi govt to step in

As one controversy after another has shown, there is no longer much credibility for the judiciary to lose.

What CJI Misra does this weekend will decide the future of Indian judiciary

The four judges have shattered the judiciary’s code of silence. How this crisis ends is up to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.

The courts do not have the ability, space, time, or powers to perform another institution’s role

The judiciary cannot govern like the executive, and it cannot make laws like the legislature.

If the judiciary and executive are on the same page, it will be disastrous

President Kovind, PM Modi, and Chief Justice Misra's comments have reignited the debate about the separation between the executive and the judiciary.

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Protests sparked by draconian lockdowns may thwart China's plans to become a global superpower

Why China’s protests against Zero Covid won’t challenge Xi Jinping yet

Scholars and diplomats at the prestigious Institute of Chinese Studies conference discussed Socialism with Chinese characteristics in the New Era last week. Here’s what they said.
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Rupee to hover near weaker side of 81/dollar, bond yields await RBI’s monetary policy decision

The rupee ended last week at 81.3175 per dollar but underperformed its Asian peers due to strong demand for the greenback from corporates.

Defence

Russian President Vladimir Putin with Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Photo Credit - Reuters)

In western arms sanctions on Russia, China’s arms industry could stand to gain

The arms export embargoes on Moscow could create an opportunity for Beijing to supply arms to countries like Myanmar, which are heavily dependent on Russian arms.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Gujarat election is anything but dull. BJP’s political neurosis about AAP is the hidden headline

Gujarat is the only state where Modi is directly in contention. Even if he wins, the team that runs him closest has much to gain.