SC lays down directions on Haj pilgrimage

Here in New Delhi the state government has been directed by the Supreme court of India  to frame a five-year policy for regulating the Hajj pilgrimage to replace the current annual plan which it termed as “ad-hoc and unsatisfactory. The apex court also held the government’s policy allowing repeaters to accompany lady and elderly pilgrims as […]

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India, US can learn from constitutional experience: Moily

The Indian constitution is flexible and vulnerable to Supreme Court action, union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily said, adding that India and the US can learn from each other’s experiences. He was speaking at a panel discussion on ‘Indian Constitution and the United States Bill of Rights’ here Wednesday. ‘This vulnerability of the (Indian) constitution […]

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