THE OBSOLETE AND DORMANT LAWS

-by NL Rajah Nangavaram On 27th August 2014, the Prime Minister with the objective of providing greater impetus to the reforms agenda of his government set up a committee to identify obsolete laws.  Earlier the P.C. Jain committee on administrative reforms established in 1998, by then Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee identified 1382 Acts which qualified for being repealed. However, of these, only 415 had been … Continue reading THE OBSOLETE AND DORMANT LAWS

MAKING NOTA COUNT: For The ECI to Hide Behind Complexities so as to Disenfranchise Voters, is Inexcusable.

-by Ankit Kaushik In the clamour and din of the General Election of 2019, as the media’s spotlight shone on the winning candidates proudly performing their victory laps, the NOTA stood humbly in a corner. Even as the NOTA receives the same space on the EVM as any other candidate, it has no party workers campaigning for it; it did not make a single political … Continue reading MAKING NOTA COUNT: For The ECI to Hide Behind Complexities so as to Disenfranchise Voters, is Inexcusable.