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The Central government has told the Supreme Court that it rejected the idea of barring convicted legislators for life from contesting elections, forming or becoming an office-bearer of a political party.
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PRINT A A A A view of the Supreme Court of India. | Photo Credit: S. Subramanium Affidavit says that legislators are not bound by specific service conditions like that of government employees. <span>The Central government has told the Supreme Court that it rejected the idea of barring convicted legislators for life from contesting elections, forming or becoming an office-bearer of a political party. The Union Ministry of Law and Justice said an elected representative of the people cannot be equated with public servants who are banned for a lifetime on conviction. The government sai




The government said disqualification under the Representation of the People Act of 1951 for the period of the prison sentence and six years thereafter was enough for legislators.

The Centre’s stand differs from that taken by the Election Commission, which endorsed a life ban as necessary to “champion the cause of decriminalisation of politics”.

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arer of a political party. The Union Ministry of Law and Justice said an elected representative of the people cannot be equated with public servants who are banned for a lifetime on conviction. <span>The government said disqualification under the Representation of the People Act of 1951 for the period of the prison sentence and six years thereafter was enough for legislators. The Centre’s stand differs from that taken by the Election Commission, which endorsed a life ban as necessary to “champion the cause of decriminalisation of politics”. The case is based on a plea by Supreme Court advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, who argued that a life ban on conviction should uniformly apply for members of the judiciary, executive and the l




The case is based on a plea by Supreme Court advocate Ashwini Upadhyay
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s enough for legislators. The Centre’s stand differs from that taken by the Election Commission, which endorsed a life ban as necessary to “champion the cause of decriminalisation of politics”. <span>The case is based on a plea by Supreme Court advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, who argued that a life ban on conviction should uniformly apply for members of the judiciary, executive and the legislature. There should not be any discrimination of one from the othe




Mr. Upadhyay said an MP or MLA convicted for offences enumerated in Section 8 of the Representation of the People Act should be banned for life.
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dhyay, who argued that a life ban on conviction should uniformly apply for members of the judiciary, executive and the legislature. There should not be any discrimination of one from the other. <span>Mr. Upadhyay said an MP or MLA convicted for offences enumerated in Section 8 of the Representation of the People Act should be banned for life. He argued that while a public servant or a government employee is debarred for life on conviction for offences under the Indian Penal Code, money laundering law, foreign exchange violat




Zangmu in Tibet and is constructing three other dams at Dagu, Jiexu and Jiacha, these are run-of-the-river dams on the upper and middle reaches. T
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m Arunachal Pradesh in Tibet’s Medog county, where the river falls over a 2,000 metre-drop before turning to flow into India. While China in 2015 operationalised its first hydropower project at <span>Zangmu in Tibet and is constructing three other dams at Dagu, Jiexu and Jiacha, these are run-of-the-river dams on the upper and middle reaches. The new proposed dam is also likely to be a run-of-the-river hydropower project that will not divert water, but will be the first on the lower reaches. On Thursday, China’s Foreign Minist




A State-run Chinese hydropower firm, POWERCHINA, is planning to build the first downstream dam on the Brahmaputra, known as the Yarlung Zangbo in Tibet, with officials from the firm saying last week they were eyeing the enormous potential of the river’s “Great Bend” just across the border from Arunachal Pradesh in Tibet’s Medog county, where the river falls over a 2,000 metre-drop before turning to flow into India.
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sday said it “carefully monitors all developments on the Brahmaputra” river, even as Beijing said it was its “legitimate right” to develop hydropower projects on the lower reaches of the river. <span>A State-run Chinese hydropower firm, POWERCHINA, is planning to build the first downstream dam on the Brahmaputra, known as the Yarlung Zangbo in Tibet, with officials from the firm saying last week they were eyeing the enormous potential of the river’s “Great Bend” just across the border from Arunachal Pradesh in Tibet’s Medog county, where the river falls over a 2,000 metre-drop before turning to flow into India. While China in 2015 operationalised its first hydropower project at Zangmu in Tibet and is constructing three other dams at Dagu, Jiexu and Jiacha, these are run-of-the-river dams on th




At present, the development of a hydropower station at the lower reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River is still in the early planning and research stage, and there is no need to interpret too much into it.”
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e undertake will go through scientific planning and research and we fully consider the impact on the downstream areas, taking into account the interests of both the upstream and the downstream. <span>At present, the development of a hydropower station at the lower reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River is still in the early planning and research stage, and there is no need to interpret too much into it.” It remains unclear whether technical feasibility studies will allow construction to go ahead, as POWERCHINA is not the first company to propose a downstream dam and previous projects di




Various issues relating to trans-border rivers are discussed with China under the ambit of an institutionalised Expert Level Mechanism which was established in 2006, as well as through diplomatic channels.
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d. “The Chinese side has conveyed to us on several occasions that they are only undertaking run-of-the-river hydropower projects which do not involve diversion of the waters of the Brahmaputra. <span>Various issues relating to trans-border rivers are discussed with China under the ambit of an institutionalised Expert Level Mechanism which was established in 2006, as well as through diplomatic channels. We intend to remain engaged with China on the issue of trans-border rivers to safeguard our interests.” LAC talks On the current status of talks between India and China to disengage on




In 2018, the Human Resources Development Ministry announced that all the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks would have embedded QR codes.

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ntroduce QR codes and after submitting a proposal and successful pilot scheme, the State Ministry announced in 2017 that they would introduce QR coded textbooks across the State for all grades. <span>In 2018, the Human Resources Development Ministry announced that all the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks would have embedded QR codes. Mr. Disale is equally passionate about building peace between young people across conflict zones and through a “Let’s Cross the Borders” project, he connects young people from India and




Mr. Disale’s school went on to become the first in the State of Maharashtra to introduce QR codes and after submitting a proposal and successful pilot scheme, the State Ministry announced in 2017 that they would introduce QR coded textbooks across the State for all grades.

In 2018, the Human Resources Development Ministry announced that all the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks would have embedded QR codes.

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re are now no reported teenage marriages in the village and 100% attendance of girls at the school. Ranjitsinh Disale. File Also read | Nurturing an army of peace soldiers, one school at a time <span>Mr. Disale’s school went on to become the first in the State of Maharashtra to introduce QR codes and after submitting a proposal and successful pilot scheme, the State Ministry announced in 2017 that they would introduce QR coded textbooks across the State for all grades. In 2018, the Human Resources Development Ministry announced that all the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks would have embedded QR codes. Mr. Disale is equally passionate about building peace between young people across conflict zones and through a “Let’s Cross the Borders” project, he connects young people from India and




The 51st edition of these high-level talks will be held between the BSF and its counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh from December 22.

India and Bangladesh are expected to hold their Director General-level border talks in Guwahati later this month, the first time the biannual meeting will be held outside Delhi, official sources said.

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alks will be held between the BSF and its counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh from December 22. Share Article PRINT A A A The India-Bangladesh border. Representational image | Photo Credit: AFP <span>The 51st edition of these high-level talks will be held between the BSF and its counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh from December 22. India and Bangladesh are expected to hold their Director General-level border talks in Guwahati later this month, the first time the biannual meeting will be held outside Delhi, official sources said. The 51st edition of these high-level talks will be held between the Border Security Force (BSF) and its counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) beginning from December 22. Discussions




During the last meeting, Mr. Asthana had said the killing of criminals along the front will be “made to reduce significantly” even as he reiterated that his troops only fire when their lives are endangered by cross-border miscreants.
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g of unfenced areas and undertaking effective steps to curb cross-border crimes, the Bangladeshi border force is expected to take up issues related to the killing of its people along the front. <span>During the last meeting, Mr. Asthana had said the killing of criminals along the front will be “made to reduce significantly” even as he reiterated that his troops only fire when their lives are endangered by cross-border miscreants. He had said death or apprehension of criminals on the border was “irrespective of nationalities”. “BSF personnel fire with non-lethal weapon only in self-defence when they are surrounde




People who neglect to wear masks in public and do not follow physical distancing norms violate the fundamental rights of others amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court said on Thursday.

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cent photo of a campaign that urged people to wear masks, at Connaught Place in New Delhi. | Photo Credit: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar Well-intentioned but disproportionate and harsh order, says Bench <span>People who neglect to wear masks in public and do not follow physical distancing norms violate the fundamental rights of others amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court said on Thursday. “Things are wanting. People are violating guidelines on COVID with impunity all over the country,” Justice Ashok Bhushan, heading a three-judge Bench, said. Justice M.R. Shah, on the Be




Appearing before a Bench led by Justice Ashok Bhushan, senior advocate Maninder Singh said that on one hand doctors are hailed as “frontline warriors” against COVID-19, while on the other, they are not paid their monthly salaries.

The Supreme Court agreed with Mr. Singh.

“No doubt doctors need to be paid on time,” Justice Bhushan said.

The court gave IMA liberty to move the Delhi High Court, where their case is already pending, seeking immediate relief.

Mr. Singh said the salaries for April and May were paid after the High Court’s intervention, but no salary was paid again from June to October.

The Bench noted that the High Court had passed an order on July 29 and it was still monitoring the issue.

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a contempt petition filed by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), beseeching the court to help doctors in Delhi to get their salaries paid on time amid the raging battle against the pandemic. <span>Appearing before a Bench led by Justice Ashok Bhushan, senior advocate Maninder Singh said that on one hand doctors are hailed as “frontline warriors” against COVID-19, while on the other, they are not paid their monthly salaries. The Supreme Court agreed with Mr. Singh. “No doubt doctors need to be paid on time,” Justice Bhushan said. The court gave IMA liberty to move the Delhi High Court, where their case is already pending, seeking immediate relief. Mr. Singh said the salaries for April and May were paid after the High Court’s intervention, but no salary was paid again from June to October. The Bench noted that the High Court had passed an order on July 29 and it was still monitoring the issue. On July 29, the Delhi High Court had told the Delhi government to release to the North Delhi Municipal Corporation the funds it required to pay the stipends of resident doctors in the s




GST shortfall in FY21 stands at Rs 2.35 lakh crore, of which only Rs 97,000 crore was due to implementation of GST, while the rest was due to the pandemic, says Revenue Secretary.

Rs 1.5 lakh crore due to states for April-July in GST compensation, says Revenue Secretary.

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act of God which might even result in a contraction of the economy, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman The Compensation Act did not foresee an act of God, she says. 4.40 pm GST shortfall <span>GST shortfall in FY21 stands at Rs 2.35 lakh crore, of which only Rs 97,000 crore was due to implementation of GST, while the rest was due to the pandemic, says Revenue Secretary. Rs 1.5 lakh crore due to states for April-July in GST compensation, says Revenue Secretary. 4.35 pm GST collection severely impacted due to pandemic, says Revenue Secretary after GST Council meeting. Attorney General has opined that shortfall in GST collections cannot be met f




There has never been a female Chief Justice.
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a long way towards a more balanced and empathetic approach in cases involving sexual violence. For instance, this court has only two women judges as against a sanctioned strength of 34 judges. <span>There has never been a female Chief Justice. This figure is consistently low across the higher judiciary. There are only 80 women judges out of the sanctioned strength of 1,113 judges in the High Courts and the Supreme Court,” he




There are only 80 women judges out of the sanctioned strength of 1,113 judges in the High Courts and the Supreme Court,” he said.
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ce, this court has only two women judges as against a sanctioned strength of 34 judges. There has never been a female Chief Justice. This figure is consistently low across the higher judiciary. <span>There are only 80 women judges out of the sanctioned strength of 1,113 judges in the High Courts and the Supreme Court,” he said. Only two of these 80 women judges are in the Supreme Court and the other 78 are in various High Courts, comprising only 7.2% of the number of judges. There are six High Courts — Manipur




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load PDF There has never been a woman CJI, says Attorney-General Share On 4 News National International States Cities Watch | Cyclone Nivar: scenes from across Tamil Nadu News National National <span>There has never been a woman CJI, says Attorney-General Krishnadas Rajagopal NEW DELHI, December 02, 2020 20:27 IST Updated: December 02, 2020 20:27 IST Krishnadas Rajagopal NEW DELHI, December 02, 2020 20:27 IST Updated: December 02, 2020 2







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Sihire ve büyüye karşı en etkili çözüm, Allah’a sığınmak ve O’na güvenmektir. Hz. Peygamber (s.a.s.), her şeyin şerrinden Allah’a sığınarak sürekli Felâk ve Nâs sûreleri ile Âyete’l-kürsî’yi okumuştur (Buhârî, Vekâle, 10; Fezâilü’l-Kur’an, 10; Tirmizî, Fezâilü’l-Kur’an, 3) . Ayrıca o, torunları Hz. Hasan ve Hüseyin’i (r.a.) nazar, büyü ve benzeri olumsuzluklardan korumak için şu duayı okumuştur
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Some tasks may require such a large number of logical steps that humans find it impossible to check them manually, but often they are easily solved by SAT-solvers
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Mathematical reasoning is just reasoning about anything specified formally. Reasoning about anything formal could be a powerful general tool
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The task of formalization is to turn informal descriptions into some formally correct and automatically checkable format.
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