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Supreme Court of India

Modi Vindicated

Siddharth Singh

After two decades, the Supreme Court finds no evidence of wrongdoing against the Prime Minister

The Devas Matrix

The Supreme Court order upholding the winding up of the company for fraud will help India contest arbitration awards totalling 15,000 crore even as the new developments turn the spotlight on a UPA-era deal and a plot to cheaply sell expensive space band spectrum

It’s God’s Gold, Sorry

No government has the right to take away what’s given to the deity

Nirbhaya Convicts: Hanging in the Balance

Nirbhaya convicts and the emotional cost of counting the days between death and legal hope

Half the Battle Won

The question is whether it will be extended to the personnel below officer rank, and to the Navy and Air Force as well

Time to Woman Up

On ridiculous arguments against women in combat and command positions in defence forces

Sharad Arvind Bobde: A Man for All Reasons

Sharad Arvind Bobde takes over as Chief Justice of India at a time when the position is more powerful than ever

Ram: The Ideal Pop Culture Icon

The dynamism and creativity of a people who see Ram as their own prince, friend, son or brother will prevail

The Epic Epiphany

The abiding attraction of the Ramayana to Indian society, and to the Indian mind, lies in the innumerable idealised social relations that abound in the epic. Its importance as a template for social bonds is what is often missed in the textual discussions that preoccupy scholars

Where Did the Temples Go?

Justice has been meted out for a historical wrong. Hindus waited for this moment for five centuries and have taken it with dignified restraint. A majority of Muslims too have understood that they were misled by vested interests and it was wrong to destroy and appropriate the places of worship of others

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