The Pioneer

Is it Safe to Fly?

Since an Air India Express plane crashed into the airport wall, the airport security is under question. What does it say about Indian airport security that it took several hours for the airport authorities and the pilots to realise that

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Timely intervention

Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi initiates measures to fight pendency, prevent delays in justice delivery Tareekh per tareekh may soon be a thing of the past given the priority Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has given to the issue of tackling pendency

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Rafale blows over

Supreme Court’s request to Government for details on the Rafale deal sans price and technicals deflates the row The Supreme Court yesterday asked the Government to reveal how it selected the Dassault Rafale as India’s next frontline fighter jet. But by not

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Clashing Opinions

There’s no definite decision on the Sabarimala issue. There has has to be a middle ground. The Supreme Court, by turning down the request to urgently hear the review petition against its earlier ruling on Sabarimala, allowing menstrual women to

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Gir Lion Death Toll Reaches 23: Supreme Court, Gujarat High Court Express Worry

The Supreme Court said that the unusual deaths of lions at the Gir Forest National Park, Gujarat were an extremely serious matter. The mysterious deaths of 23 Asiatic Lions in Gujarat’s Gir National Park within a matter of three weeks

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On the move

They may have dispersed for now but the farmers who laid siege to Delhi made their point There are two distinct aspects of the farmers’ agitation or Kisan Kranti Yatra that culminated on Tuesday at the Capital’s doorstep which should

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Government Keeping Tabs on IL&FS Cash Crunch to Safeguard State-Run Financial Institutions

The government is a keeping a close watch on the developments at Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS), as it seeks to ring fence state-run financial institutions (FIs) against any potential losses. For only the second time in Indian corporate

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Justice Deepak Misra – Significant legacy!

CJI Dipak Misra retires on October 2. His tenure will certainly be one of the most talked about in Indian jurisprudence India has had some controversial judges in the past, even some who have held the office of Chief Justice

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Equality before Law: Supreme Court’s Ruling on Sabarimala and Adultery

While the rulings of the apex court on adultery and allowing women into Sabarimala temple upheld gender equality, they raise a serious question. Now that the jubilation over two progressive rulings of the Supreme Court on a woman’s rights —

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Maldivian miracle?

Not quite. New Delhi needs to ensure a smooth transfer of presidential power over the next couple of months State-sponsored think-tanks in Beijing not to mention the Chinese Government were in a huddle earlier this week as it became apparent

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