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Pegasus Snoop-gate Supreme Court initiated investigation by journalists posted on 10th august 2021

In a set back to the BJP led Union government,   the Supreme Court on Thursday noted that the allegations of snooping through the use of Israeli spyware named Pegasus were serious if the reports were correct. It asked the lawyers appearing in the nine petitions seeking a probe into the alleged snooping to serve Read More…

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Amidst Pegasus snooping controversy pandaemonium BJP govt passes 2 bills in Lok Sabha

The Lok Sabha on Monday approved two bills in the midst of Opposition protests over the Pegasus snooping controversy and farm laws, as the government got down to business after a near-complete wash-out of the first week of Parliament’s Monsoon Session.   In the evening, top Opposition parties such as the Congress, the Trinamool Congress Read More…

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Congress claim CAG report of irregutlatires in BharatNet scam resulted removal of Ravishankar Prasad

In its preliminary finding, the CAG has said the Narendra Modi government’s BharatNet programme, which intends to connect six lakh villages with high-speed Internet, failed to take off due to financial irregularities.   Quoting this preliminary report by the Comptroller Auditor General of India (CAG), the Congress on Saturday claimed that large scale corruption is Read More…

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Amidst opposition walk out Modi in parliament says Farm law is optional

In the backdrop of the ongoing farmers’ agitation on Delhi’s borders for over two months, Modi said “rumours are being spread that these laws are against the farmers”. Opposition Parties Congress and Communists created  ruckus when the Prime Minister was delivering his speech in the Lower House  Congress floor leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury vehemently opposed Read More…

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Insurance Companies rejected 9.28 Lakhs Farmers Claims in 2019-20 : Union Agricultural Minister Tomar

According to data provided by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in response to a question in the Rajya Sabha on Friday the shocking scenario emerges. The question came from Manas Ranjan Bhunia, Trinamool Congress MP, who asked whether farmers were denied crop insurance claims by insurance companies, the details of cases reported from different States Read More…

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Supreme Court on 2:1 basics agreed on the issue of award of Central Vista project

A three-judge bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar, by 2:1 majority, held that the grant of the environmental clearance and the notification for change in land use for the project was valid.   Justice Khanwilkar, writing the judgement for himself and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, also directed that the project proponent set up smog tower and Read More…

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Rahul Gandhi barred to Speak in Parliament panel stamped protest and walkout

Former Congress Presdeint Rahul Gandhi and MP was disallowed to speak at the meeting by the panel chairman Jual Oram (BJP)   This is when he sought to raise the issues of Chinese aggression and better equipping the soldiers at the border in Ladakh, it was reported.   The sources said the issue of uniforms Read More…

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Social Security (Central) Rules, 2020 draft has compounding anomalies : Experts

The Code on Social Security (Central) Rules, 2020 states that all unorganised sector workers, including gig and platform workers, will have to update their particulars such as current address, present job, period of engagement with gig firms, skills, mobile number, “on the portal specified by the Central Government.”   “In the absence of such updation, Read More…

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Rs 20000 Crores Central Vista project is need of the hour : Centre to SC

Modi led BJP Centre government on Tuesday vehemently defended the Central Vista project before the Supreme Court stating that it   “in fact saves up to Rs 1,000 crore annual rent expenditure” Solicitor General Tushar Mehta submitted before a bench headed by Justice A.M. Khanwilkar,   “The project saves money, not wastes it.” Mehta was Read More…