Rejection of no-confidence motion against Imran Khan government an attack on Parliament, says Pak opposition \
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Rejection of no-confidence motion against Imran Khan government an attack on Parliament, says Pak opposition

07-Apr-2022
Islamabad [Pakistan], April 7 (ANI): Pakistan opposition parties on Wednesday said that the rejection of the no-confidence motion against the Imran Khan government by the National Assembly Deputy Speaker is an "attack on Parliament".
07-Apr-2022 World
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All eyes on govt over farmers issues Mayawati says before Winter Session \
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All eyes on govt over farmers issues Mayawati says before Winter Session

28-Nov-2021
Lucknow Nov 28 PTI All eyes will be on the governments stand on issues pertaining to farmers in the Winter Session of Parliament which begins on Monday Bahujan Samaj Party BSP chief Mayawati said In a series of tweets in Hindi Mayawati said The winter session of the Parliament will begin tomorrow The government should not forget the promises it made to the people three days ago on the occasion of Constitution Day It should fulfil them appropriately All eyes will be on its stand on various issues pertaining to farmers All BSP MPs have been instructed to raise important issues pertaining to the country and public interest with full preparations under the rules of the House It is best that the government takes the House into confidence she said in another tweet Non-assessment of impact of laws while enacting them is an issue which even the judiciary has been repeatedly pointing out The Centre needs to pay attention towards this so that unnecessary confrontation is avoided Mayawati tweeted PTI NAV CJ CJ ANB ANB
28-Nov-2021 National
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Winter Session of Parliament Speaker Birla to meet floor leaders of parties on November 29 \
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Winter Session of Parliament Speaker Birla to meet floor leaders of parties on November 29

28-Nov-2021
New Delhi Nov 27 PTI With the aim to ensure a smooth Winter Session of Parliament Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will chair a meeting with the floor leaders of parties on November 29 sources said on Saturday The meeting is likely to be held along with that of the business advisory committee of Lok Sabha they said On November 26 almost all the opposition parties had boycotted the Constitution Day event organised by the Lok Sabha Secretariat in the Central Hall of Parliament Birla expressed pain over the opposition parties boycotting the event Interacting with the media after the event Birla had said that he would sit with the opposition and the ruling side to build a consensus for smooth functioning of the House Sources in the Lok Sabha Secretariat said the Speaker will meet the floor leaders of parties on Monday when the Winter Session of Parliament begins PTI JTR SMN SMN
28-Nov-2021 National
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Incumbent upon judges to exercise discretion in observations President \
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Incumbent upon judges to exercise discretion in observations President

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi Nov 27 PTI President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday said it is incumbent upon the judges to exercise utmost discretion in their utterances in the courtrooms as indiscreet remarks even if made with good intentions give space for dubious interpretations to run down the judiciaryAddressing the valedictory function of the two-day Constitution Day celebrations organised by the Supreme Court Kovind said in Indian tradition judges are imagined as a model of rectitude and detachment more akin to sthitpragya a person of steady wisdomChief Justice of India CJI NV Ramana in his address said the legislature does not conduct studies or assess the impact of the laws that it passes which sometimes leads to big issues and result in over-burdening of cases on the judiciaryUnion Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said one cannot be in a situation where it becomes difficult to implement the laws passed by the legislature and the verdicts delivered by the judiciaryThe president said We have a rich history of legions of such judges known for their utterances full of sagacity and conduct beyond reproach which have become hallmarks for the future generations He said he is happy to note that the Indian judiciary has been adhering to those highest standardsThere is no doubt that you have set for yourself a high bar Hence it is also incumbent upon the judges to exercise utmost discretion in the utterances in courtrooms Indiscreet remarks even if made with good intentions give space for dubious interpretations to run down the judiciary Kovind saidThe president who was speaking in the presence of the CJI the Union law minister and other judges said in peoples view the judiciary is the most trusted institutionHe also expressed anguish at the remarks made against judges on social media platformsIt pains me to no end therefore to note that of late there have been cases of some disparaging remarks against the judiciary made on social media platforms These platforms have worked wonderfully to democratise information yet they have a dark side too The anonymity granted by them is exploited by some miscreants I hope this is an aberration and it will be short-lived Kovind saidThe president spoke about pendency of cases and appointment of judges and made it clear that he is of the firm view that the independence of the judiciary is non-negotiableHe however asked Without diluting it to the slightest degree can a better way be found to select judges for the higher judiciary For instance there can be an all-India judicial service which can select nurture and promote the right talent right from the lower levels to the higher levels Kovind saidThe CJI said simply re-branding the existing courts as commercial courts without creating a special infrastructure will not have any impact on the pendency of casesAnother issue is that the legislature does not conduct studies or assess the impact of the laws that it passes This sometimes leads to big issues The introduction of section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act is an example of this Now the already-burdened magistrates are further burdened by thousands of these cases Similarly re-branding the existing courts as commercial courts without creating a special infrastructure will not have any impact on the pendency he saidSection 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act deals with dishonour of cheques for insufficiency of funds in bank accountsThe CJI lauded the announcement of the law minister that the government has allocated Rs 9000 crore a substantial amount for the development of judicial infrastructureRijiju said at times in a bid to seek their rights people forget about the rights of others as well as their own duties adding that there is a need to find a balance between fundamental rights and fundamental dutiesHe noted that the bills passed by Parliament and the state legislatures and the verdicts delivered by the Supreme Court are the laws of the landAisi naubat hum kaise dekh sakte hain ki Supreme Court ya high court Assembly ya Parliament kanoon parit kar de phir bhi laagu karne mein agar musibat hota hai toh hum sab ko sochna hoga We cannot be in a situation where it becomes difficult to implement laws despite being passed by the Supreme Court and the high courts or a state Assembly and Parliament We all have to ponder over it the Union law minister saidLegislature judiciary executive all sections of the society have to think as the country is run as per the Constitution he added PTI ABS NAB MNL RC
27-Nov-2021 National
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AI can help reduce backlog of pending cases Law Minister Rijiju \
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AI can help reduce backlog of pending cases Law Minister Rijiju

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi Nov 27 PTI Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said artificial intelligence could help in surprising ways to ensure sustainable justice delivery and reduce backlog of pending casesAddressing the concluding session of a Supreme Court-organised two-day Constitution Day event here he said artificial intelligence AI can help in implementing court management tools like case flow management case management clearance rates online information of case laws and automated algorithm-based support system which can all add to the efficiency of judicial functioningSince courts in India are already undergoing a transformational change by going digital the emerging domain of AI could help in surprising ways to ensure sustainable justice delivery and reduce backlog of pending cases the minister saidHe said machines of course cannot replace human judges but they could assist judges in the decision-making process by giving calculated and unbiased opinionsSynchronisation of AI with human wisdom can help bring speed to delivery of justice Rijiju saidPresident Ram Nath Kovind Chief Justice of India N V Ramana judges of the Supreme Court and high courts among others were present at the eventReferring to concerns over pending cases in different courts the minister said adequacy of judicial infrastructure is critical for reduction of pendency and backlog of cases in courtsThe present government Rijiju said is sensitive to the needs of providing well equipped judicial infrastructure to the subordinate judiciary to facilitate administration of justice in a manner that allows easy and timely delivery of justice to allThe government is committed to investing maximum possible resources for building the next generation quality infrastructure so that they develop into engines of economic growth he notedThe role of the judiciary in the adjudication of infrastructure disputes and keeping the larger national interests in mind is crucial for the flow of the developmental trajectory and overall project costs he saidReferring to the alternative dispute resolution mechanism to lower the burden of courts Rijiju said the central government has been taking various policy initiatives for promotion and strengthening of the mechanism through amendments in existing laws As a continuation of this exercise bringing a standalone law on mediation is under consideration he told the gathering PTI NAB ANB ANB
27-Nov-2021 National
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Cannot be in situation where it is difficult to implement laws Rijiju \
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Cannot be in situation where it is difficult to implement laws Rijiju

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi Nov 27 PTI One cannot be in a situation where it becomes difficult to implement laws passed by the legislature and verdicts delivered by the judiciary Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said here on SaturdayAt times in a bid to seek their rights people forget about the rights of others as well as their own duties he said addressing the concluding session of the two-day Constitution Day programme organised by the Supreme CourtThere is a need to find a balance between fundamental rights and fundamental duties the minister addedHe noted that bills passed by Parliament and state legislatures and verdicts delivered by the Supreme Court are the laws of the landWe cannot be in a situation where it becomes difficult to implement laws despite being passed by the Supreme Court or high courts or Assembly and Parliament we all have to ponder over it Legislature judiciary executive all sections of the society have to think as the country is run as per the Constitution Rijiju said in HindiPresident Ram Nath Kovind Chief Justice of India N V Ramana and judges of the Supreme Court and high courts were present on the occasionThe ministers remark came ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament which begins on Monday where the government has listed a bill to repeal the three farm lawsThe repeal of the three legislations has been one of the key demands of around 40 farmer unions protesting against the reforms for nearly a year nowOn November 19 Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of the three laws saying the government could not convince the protesting farmers about their benefits He had also urged them to end the protest and return home PTI NAB IJT
27-Nov-2021 National
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges \
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi : In the Constitution Day Speech Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for erasing a “colonial mindset” that only exists to “thwart India’s growth”. Modi Spoke second time today. First time addressing at the central hall of parliament he criticised political parties as the biggest threat to democracy a party run by the same family generation after generation. He spoke for a second time in Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan in the presence of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana.
27-Nov-2021 National
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges \
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi : In the Constitution Day Speech Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for erasing a “colonial mindset” that only exists to “thwart India’s growth”. Modi Spoke second time today. First time addressing at the central hall of parliament he criticised political parties as the biggest threat to democracy a party run by the same family generation after generation. He spoke for a second time in Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan in the presence of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana.
27-Nov-2021 National
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Dynastic parties are a threat to democracy: Modi \
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Dynastic parties are a threat to democracy: Modi

27-Nov-2021
“Dynastic parties are a matter of concern to people committed to the Constitution and are against the spirit of democracy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday at a Constitution Day event in Parliament. Modi also paid tributes to security personnel who lost their lives during the terror attacks in Mumbai on November 26, 2008. “Dynastic parties are matter of concern to people committed to the Constitution… Look at dynastic political parties from Kashmir to Kanyakumari; this is against the democratic spirit,” Modi said.
27-Nov-2021 India
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges \
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“Colonial Mindset”: PM Slams Pressures On India Over Climate Pledges

27-Nov-2021
New Delhi : In the Constitution Day Speech Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for erasing a “colonial mindset” that only exists to “thwart India’s growth”. Modi Spoke second time today. First time addressing at the central hall of parliament he criticised political parties as the biggest threat to democracy a party run by the same family generation after generation. He spoke for a second time in Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan in the presence of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana.
27-Nov-2021 National
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