While the Constitution may have placed the authority to remove a judge in the realm of the legislature, it always envisaged it as a rare situation.
According to the arrangement with Russia, a Kalashnikov factory will be set up in India in collaboration with the OFB to cater primarily to its military needs.
So who is to blame? The convenient answer is to put it down to the growing bitterness among political parties and how they are willing to go to any length to undermine institutions.
India has faced problems in fully exploiting the potential of US-sourced platforms because of restrictions in using compatible communication equipment.
Tell us who all in India have used your services: Modi government issues notice to Cambridge Analytica
The company was asked to send in its response on six specific queries by March 31, failing which it may face legal action from the govt.
The issue was to have been discussed at greater length at the 2+2 dialogue for which external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj was to be in the US.
The problem is with the massive 1,600 MW EPR reactors to be installed in Jaitapur. The technology is yet to be proven despite being under works for over a decade.
Modi’s popularity is a key factor in BJP’s rise, but a lot more has had to work for the party to sustain this so far. So what's working for the BJP?
While there is considerable worry and doubt in New Delhi over the implications, it’s important not to start painting the devil on the wall, just yet.
Just a few weeks ago, the defence ministry had said the 2008 security agreement barred it from sharing this information. This set off a political storm with the Opposition ramping up pressure to seek exact details.
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