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Recent Verdicts by Supreme Court on Sedition in India

It is time to define the limits of sedition: Supreme Court What is the news? The Supreme Court said “it is time to define the limits of sedition” even as it protected two Telugu channels from any coercive action by the Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra Pradesh government for their reportage of the COVID-19 pandemic in the State. A three-judge Bench led by Justice D.Y. Chandrachud flagged indiscriminate use of the sedition law against critics, journalists, social media user

Scheduled Areas and Tribal areas: Rengma Nagas demand autonomous district council

Scheduled Areas and Tribal areas: Rengma Nagas demand an autonomous district council This topic has been explained in the easiest format by Ankit Sir with Mains Answer Writing Question. First, watch the lecture by Ankit Sir about the Difference between the 5th Schedule and the 6th Schedule of the Constitution. Click here to watch the Youtube lecture. And then read the comprehensive write up about Difference between 5th Schedule (Scheduled areas) and 6th Schedule (Tribal areas) &

People are Free to Choose Religion: Supreme Court

People are Free to Choose Religion: Supreme Court The Supreme Court refused to entertain a PIL seeking directions to the Centre to ban black magic, superstition, and deceitful religious conversion. About the case in the SC A petition was filed in the Supreme Court seeking to control black magic, superstition & mass religious conversion of SC/STs. The petition also mentions the religious conversions through intimidation, threats & gifts. The plea argued that such forceful re

Eighth Schedule

Constitutional provisions relating to Eighth Schedule The Constitutional provisions relating to the Eighth Schedule occur in Articles 344(1) and 351 of the Constitution. Article 344(1) provides for the constitution of a Commission by the President on the expiration of five years from the commencement of the Constitution and thereafter at the expiration of ten years from such commencement, which shall consist of a Chairman and such other members representing the different languages spec

Tribals in Rajasthan seek more panchayats in scheduled areas

Tribals in Rajasthan seek more panchayats in scheduled areas The tribal outfits in Rajasthan have demanded the inclusion of over 165 village panchayats of seven districts in the scheduled areas under the Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) to facilitate the control of local communities over minor minerals and minor forest produce as well as development activities in the region. It will also ensure statutory protection of the tribal population. On the occasion of the International Day of the Worl

Ninth Schedule: Explained

Ninth Schedule: Explained Two bills were approved by the Jharkhand Assembly, but the modifications won't take effect until the Centre makes changes to add the bills to the Constitution's Ninth Schedule. What are these Bills? Vacancies for Posts and Services in Jharkhand (Amendment) Bill, 2022: Reservations now stand at 77%. Scheduled Castes will receive a quota of 12%, up from 10%, OBCs 27%, up from 14%, Scheduled Tribes 28%, up by 2%, and Economically Weaker Sections 10


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