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National Voter’s Day
National Voters Day A Step towards spreading awareness

National voter’s day aka Rashtriya Matdata Diwas in Hindi is celebrated every year on January 25. It was first celebrated in the year 2011 in order to mark the foundation day of Election Commission(EC). The Significance The main objective of observing the day is to encourage people to exercise their right to vote. Since many people in the country stay away from voting, celebrating the day is a means to encourage them to take part in the process and eventually strengthen the democracy. The day effectively creates an environment where finding the motivation to vote is plain [...]Read more

Judges Accuse CGI of Bias – How Justified is Indian Justice System?
Judges Accuse CGI of Bias - How Justified is Indian Justice System?

   In a first-of-its-kind act, four judges of the Supreme Court have publicly accused the Chief justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra in a press conference for showing bias in assigning cases to the benches. Although the sitting judges are restricted to contact the media, the four judges, namely Justices Jasti Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Kurian Joseph and Madan B. Lokur have defied the protocol and labeled the unprecedented act as mere doing their duty and bringing the issue in front of the nation so that they can take a stand on it. The Blame On January 12, [...]Read more

Twitter Dispute: Battle between Siddarmaiah and Yogi Adityanath
Battle between Siddarmaiah and Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s visit to Karnataka for conducting rallies turned out to be more talked about than he expected. Apparently, the state’s minister Siddarmaiah ruffled a few feathers of UP CM that drew a lot of attention on Twitter and eventually Internet. It all started with Siddarmaiah’s one tweet in which he welcomed the UP CM. But the tweet did not end there. Siddarmaiah went further and took a dig at the deaths resulted from starvation in Yogi’s state. He then also advised him to take notes from his state’s Indira canteen as a [...]Read more

Electoral Bonds: All You Need to Know
Electoral Bonds

What is an Electoral Bond? Generally, a bond refers to something where the principal and interest money are involved. The electoral bonds have no such aspects, they are more like bearer cheques. An electoral bond is a legal and neat method to financially fund a political party. The government has prohibited the practice of hard cash funding and the only way to support a political party of your choice is through the electoral bonds only. One can buy these bonds by purchasing them digitally or making payment through cheques. The bonds are usually issued by a dignified [...]Read more

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