POLITICAL CRISIS IN RAJASTHAN: A Detailed Insight

On 12th July 2020, Sachin Pilot, former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan, claimed that the Ashok Ghelot government is in minority. He also claimed that over 30 Congress MLAs have pledged support towards him. The Congress has 107 MLAs, and the BJP has 72, in the 200-member Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. Former Madhya Pradesh Congress andContinue reading “POLITICAL CRISIS IN RAJASTHAN: A Detailed Insight”

SOLAR ENERGY AND ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT

 Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Friday introduced India to a 750 Mega Watt powered Solar Power Plant in the Rewa District of Madhya Pradesh. This was accompanied by his statement on his strong believe that India needs Solar Power Plant as a first step to be Self- Dependent (Atma Nirbhar). Amidst the inferno inContinue reading “SOLAR ENERGY AND ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT”

Haryana Clears Ordinance to Reserve 75% Jobs in Private Sector For locals of the State.

” Haryana State Employment to Local Candidates Act-2020′, the new law would be pertinent to every private firm where the numbers of employees are more than ten”. The Haryana government on Monday cleared a draft law, affirming 75% reservation in employment in the private sector in Haryana for the inhabitants of the state. What DoesContinue reading “Haryana Clears Ordinance to Reserve 75% Jobs in Private Sector For locals of the State.”

Indian Defence Sector: – A bid to gain independence

India is a vast nation, both in terms of landmass and population with enormous conflicts with two of its nuclear-powered neighbours Pakistan and China. India is a peace-loving nation but its working can be understood by famous Latin saying “Si vis Pacem, Para Bellum” which loosely translates to “If you want PEACE, prepare for WAR”.Continue reading “Indian Defence Sector: – A bid to gain independence”

The Government’s Agenda behind amending the PwDA

On Wednesday, 1st July 2020, the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, issued a notice proposing the Amendment of the Right of Persons with Disabilities (RPwD) Act, 2016. It proposed the amendment to decriminalise “minor offences for improving business sentiment and unclogging court processes’’.  Activists haveContinue reading “The Government’s Agenda behind amending the PwDA”

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