The constant communal issues in different parts of Indian states should be stopped as early as possible before it is too late. This is not a good trend at all.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan’s decision against the Deputy Speaker’s ruling for no-confidence vote against the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan bears testimony to the success of the constitution of Pakistan. But, the Supreme Court
Pakistan’s political crisis took a dramatic turn when the five-judge Pakistan Supreme Court bench, headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, delivered a unanimous verdict declaring the decision of Pakistan National Assembly Deputy Speaker
Mounting arrears of cases in the courts have been a matter of concern in India for as long as one can remember. This writer has recollection of a news report of the 1950s about the settlement of a land dispute which had dragged on in a
India’s Chief Justice, NV Ramana, came down heavily on the media last week, accusing it of weakening democracy by propagating biased news, running kangaroo courts and holding agenda-driven debates. While speaking at an event at Ranchi, he told the media: “By overstepping and breaching your responsibility, you are
The Supreme Court has, wittingly or unwittingly, boosted India’s hierarchical caste system by giving its nod to a constitutional amendment, which permits reservation in educational institutions and government service on economic grounds.
The programme was begun under President Barack Obama. The Trump administration announced in September 2017 that it would end DACA protections, but lower federal courts have stepped in to keep the programme alive.
The federal government and military authorities have given an angry response to the special court verdict that awarded death sentence to retired general Pervez Musharraf and decided to file a reference against Peshawar High Court
Brazil’s Supreme Court decided on Thursday to end the mandatory imprisonment of convicted criminals after they lose their first appeal, a politically charged ruling that may lead to the release of former leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva.
India has increased security a week before the Supreme Court rules on a disputed religious site that has been fiercely contested by majority Hindus and Muslims for decades, police and home ministry officials said on Friday.