Monthly Archives: July 2021

YV Reddy warns against the tendency to centralize even on state matters

Centralization is not a risk to be taken in various countries like India: warns the president of the 14th Finance Committee The Chairman of the Fourteenth Finance Committee, YV Reddy, said on Sunday that the Center did not sufficiently support states at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, resorting instead …

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Kelly Ripa’s son Michael reflects on his tendency to post cheeky photos on Instagram

close Video Fox News Flash hits the headlines on July 22 Fox News Flash major entertainment and celebrity titles are here. Find out what is clicking today in entertainment. Kelly Ripa’s son, Michael Consuelos, reacted to his latest cheeky Instagram post on Thursday’s episode of “Live with Kelly and Ryan.” …

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Edmond de Goncourt: dreamy and melancholy with a nasty tendency

To this day, the Goncourt brothers are considered an extremely bizarre phenomenon. The two French writers looked like Siamese twins in their demeanor, as they lived together as a married couple, working in the same room with secretaries facing each other. Edmond de Goncourt died 125 years ago on July …

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Exclusive: “Growing tendency in the country to challenge the laws” – Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi on Sedition Law

Rajya Sabha MP Ranjan Gogoi | Photo credit: PTI Highlights All laws are susceptible to abuse and use. The possibility of abuse is not enough to repeal the law: Ranjan Gogoi If a law is misused, there are ways and means to remedy the situation: Gogoi New Delhi: Former Indian …

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Immigration service warns officers of trend towards corruption at workstations

Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) officers and men have been warned of corruption trends in their various duty stations, knowing that they are the first contact for foreigners entering the country. The warning was issued by the Comptroller General of Immigration, Muhammadu Babandede, during the opening ceremony of the NIS 2021 …

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A tendency to go to court over trivial matters has put a price of 40 paise on justice

Even as social media at home and abroad mourned the death in judicial custody pending trial of Father Stan Swamy, the 84-year-old human rights activist who allegedly had ties to a banned militant organization, a Bengaluru lawyer has reportedly taken a local hotel to consumer court over a 40-paise dispute. …

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