Amid a judicial slide, a flicker of hope on rights
By, Justice Ajit Prakash Shah is retired Chief Justice, Delhi and Madras High Courts, and former Chairperson, Law Commission of India
An expeditious hearing
The application before the Supreme Court was in an appeal against the decision o
The need for ‘maximum government’
In the new set of relief measures announced by the Finance Minister, job creation has moved to the forefront.
This shows that the government has finally accepted that the unemployment rates are very high, a fact it has so far been sup
The Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite is designed to monitor oceans.
It was recently launched from California aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
This is a part of the next mission dedicated to measuring changes in the global sea level.
THIRTY METER TELESCOPE PROJECT.
2020 Physics Nobel Laureate Prof. Andrea Ghez worked closely with Indian astronomers on the design of back-end instruments for the Thirty Meter Telescope Project.
It is an astronomical observatory with an extremely large telesco
T-cell immunity and COVID-19
Our immune system responds to virus infections with a first-line defence called ‘innate’ immunity, followed by the second-line called ‘adaptive’ immunity.
Innate immunity is like first aid — an immediate response,
Shifting sands for Asian economies
Discussions on the post-pandemic global economy have often predicted that China’s appeal as a business destination would fade, losing favour as the global manufacturing hub.
Arguments have been made that production would be dispersed to ot
Changing the discourse on victim jurisprudence
Supreme Court has led the movement for recognition of victim rights to access to justice, compensation and assistance, little has changed in terms of both the black letter of the law and the ground realities.
There is an overwhelming
Fragile ceasefire: on Armenia–Azerbaijan clashes
The six-week-long war over Nagorno-Karabakh has come to a halt following a Russian-brokered ceasefire agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan, but only after altering the balance of power in the region.
Under Biden, security empathy, liberal antipathy
By, Vivek Katju is a retired member of the Indian Foreign Service
Mr. Biden has signalled that he will revert to the traditional norms and patterns of American foreign policy and, more so, its diplomacy.
The abrasive turbulence