Who are the Judges in US Supreme court, passing stone age judgements?

Who are the Judges in US Supreme court, passing stone age judgments?

In the United States, the Supreme Court overturned one of its own earlier rulings that had stood in the country for nearly 50 years. The 1973 decision provided a constitutional right to abortion, and the bombshell vote won the support of five of the six conservative justices on the court. Millions of women in the … Read more

Why are farmers in Kerala protesting against Eco-Sensitive Zones?

kerala ecz eco sensitive zone issue explained in detail

The Supreme Court recently ordered the creation of Eco-sensitive zones within a one-kilometer radius of all protected areas, Wild Life Sanctuaries, and National Parks. According to the Government of India’s Wild Life Action Plan 2002-2016, a 10 km area around the National Park, and Sanctuary should be declared as Eco Fragile Zone or Eco-Sensitive Zone. … Read more

USCIRF: Who is Ilhan Omar demanding sanctions against India?

Ilhan Omar resolution against India in USCIRF

Ilhan Omar, a representative of the US Congress from the Democratic Party, believes that Muslims are being persecuted in India. That is why she has demanded to nominate India in the US Parliament as a country where religious freedom is in a worrying condition according to USCIRF Recommendations. This proposal of hers has also gotten … Read more

Roe v. Wade overturned: U.S. Supreme Court ends federal protection for abortions

70% Americans are in favour of Roe vs Wade, then why SC is forcing order?

The Supreme Court of America, in the landmark Roe v. Wade case, overturned his case, ending nearly 50 years of constitutional protection for abortion. The court’s controversial but anticipated decision gives individual states the power to set their own abortion laws without fear of conflicting with Roe, who has allowed abortions in the first two … Read more

Data: How many ex-servicemen get government jobs after retirement?

Ex servicemen Jobs in India data

There is a lot of ruckus in the country over the government’s decision to recruit soldiers for only four years through the Agniveer scheme. People and the candidates who were dreaming of joining the Army asked that where will they go after four years? Do ex-servicemen will get jobs after retirement? When the question of … Read more

How entrance tests discriminate against low and high-income students?

How entrance tests discriminate against Low and high-income students?

The government recently announced the introduction of a nationwide entrance exam, the Common University Entrance Tests (CUET), a single test to determine admission to all central universities in the country. It will be launched in July 2022 and it is estimated that two million students will take the entrance exam to around 200,000 undergraduate university … Read more

Next president of India: Time for Tribal face this time?

Next President of India

Next President of India: The term of current President Ram Nath Kovind ends on July 25. With this, the search for a new President has begun. When the name of Ramnath Kovind was put forward by Prime Minister Modi for this post, then people were very surprised, because few people knew about him. This time … Read more

Pakistan removed from FATF Grey list, What does it mean?

FATF Pakistan grey list removal

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has removed Pakistan from the grey list. It is an international watchdog organization that monitors countries that do money laundering and fund terrorist organizations. They prepare a monitoring list to help other countries to know which countries may have risky financial transactions. Pakistan has been on the grey list … Read more

Horrific Video: Why do people kill The Great Indian Hornbill birds in India?

nagaland hornbill bird cruelty video

A video from Nagaland’s Wokha district is going viral on social media, in which some people are seen brutally thrashing the Endangered Great Indian Hornbill. First, these people torture this beautiful bird, by beating it badly with a stick, then strangling it to death with feet. Whoever saw this video on social media turned red … Read more

Scraping Indus Water Treaty; A water bomb waiting to Explode?

Scraping Indus Water Treaty; A water bomb waiting to Explode?

As the world faces the consequences of climate change and global warming, India is no different. The effects are visible across the country and the situation in the upper reaches is no different. The Himalayas are equally facing the brunt of the rising temperatures and a new study indicates that the glaciers that feed several … Read more