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The mystery behind Mistry’s reinstallation

The decision of the NCLAT is not the end of the story. This dispute will likely lead to new principles being laid down by the Supreme Court on the scope and powers of specially-constituted tax tribunals. Any reader of Enid Blyton would have enjoyed ‘The Mystery Series’ during their childhood. The

This unconcern over stalled projects

At the root of the several stalled projects is the law relating to land acquisition. Soon after coming to power, Narendra Modi attempted to pass the bill on land acquisition. The combined opposition wreaked vengeance by stalling this bill in the Rajya Sabha. It was diluted denying the power to

JUDGES, JUDGE YOURSELF

India’s democracy stood the test of time while a neighboring state slipped into the thraldom of military rule. This was because in our country the Executive, Legislature, and Judiciary have respected each other and knew where to draw the line. The Indian politicians, as a class, have generally not lived

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