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Does congress rule the Supreme Court?

anju Kumar Blogger | Posted 27 Nov, 2018

Supreme Court is the apex court in Indian Judicial system, its decisions and verdicts are final and all the courts are bound to accept it. www.oneindia.comRecently Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Congress of scaring Supreme Court judges with the threat of Impeachment on the hearing of Ayodhya Case in order to delay the hearing of this case after the... Read More

By Shikha Kudesia (Content writer and teacher also)

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In the short-term, the deal between Indian and Iran doesn’t look to have any negative impact on anyone whatsoever. And as for the long-term, it is a great step towards decentralizing the global economy by relying less on the USA. (Courtesy: The Quint) Washington has, at many times, used its currency’s wide acceptance as a weapon against countries to... Read More

By Preeti Taneja (Entrepreneur)

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Whenever we had studied about Mahatma Gandhi in our childhood, the first thing told to us was his resistance to racism on an African train, after which he left Africa and decided to free his own country from the rule of the “whites”. (Courtesy: time.com)This image of Gandhi has won him a place amongst the likes... Read More

By Aayushi Sharma (Content Coordinator)

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Are “Pappu” days of Rahul Gandhi over as MNS Chief Raj Thackeray believes?

Lina Carner Head Sales & Marketing at Cutsncamera | Posted 13 Dec, 2018

Congress’s victory in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh isn’t as much about Rahul Gandhi going from Pappu to “Param Pujya”, like MNS Chief Raj Thackeray puts, as it is about Narendra Modi’s 36-inch chest shrinking to 20 inches.Congress didn’t win. BJP lost. Period.  (Courtesy: Livemint)Yes, talking about Rahul Gandhi, he has grown a lot. And not just... Read More

By Preeti Taneja (Entrepreneur)

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Why was no-confidence motion brought against England Prime Minister Theresa May?

Lina Carner Head Sales & Marketing at Cutsncamera | Posted 13 Dec, 2018

Broadly put, a number of her MPs were/are upset with her Brexit policy. So, they triggered a no-confidence motion against PM Theresa May in the house. (Courtesy: ABC News)However, as the count of the secret ballot revealed, Theresa May secured a majority of 83 votes, which has secured her position as the Conservative Leader and British Prime Minister. 37... Read More

By Preeti Taneja (Entrepreneur)

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