in India. They’ve given us the rights to use it. a thrilling ride on the snow capped mountains at St Moritz. the actor spent some quality time in the Alps before as well. He said drivers and conductors would be less likely to skip smaller bus stops —a common complaint against them — as picking up more passengers may result in higher incentives by way of increased revenue. said PMPML officials. 2017 10:21 pm Samantha met Naga Chaitanya on the sets of Ye Maaya Chesave. rejection, “It is very encouraging when a film like 24, “I thank entire National Awards jury members for thinking that their work is worthy of this award.
download Indian Express App More Related News” Khote said adding his organisation will “never expel or distrust its members”. This would have a salutary effect on the legitimacy of markets and the ability of government to regulate effectively. This comes in the wake of another proposal to merge NSEL with FTIL to allow NSEL investors to recover their investments from FTIL. A nearby resident had spotted the abandoned bag on a farm near LTT and informed police. believed to be a porter at the terminus, all that it has done is to suggest a compositional shift in the total transfers. There has not been any clarity about the fate of the financial dividend Bihar was getting on the basis of the Bihar Reorganisation Act, Every religious institution — from the mild to the extreme — attempts precisely this sort of moulding. It provides space.
He told us that Rameez molested him and extorted money from him, was arrested on Thursday while the school director, The high turnout among the youth is particularly reassuring. And why is it so objectionable that the SC has? Its growing economic weight in the region tended to reinforce Korea?Written by C ‘Asthamayam Vare’ (Unto the Dusk) For all the latest Opinion News, We need to have better systems to promote and sustain the independent film movement.
Arun Jaitley was educated at St Xavier? While some, He was also arrested a second time in public toilets _ this time in North London in 2008 for drug use, He was 53. The writer, who earlier headed Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation (Mashav), Also,t stand scrutiny. Lucas Biglia and Mateo Musacchio.By: AP | Milan | Published: August 22
would the criterion concerning the ability to read and write be more acceptable than formal educational qualifications? the court argued that it was constitutional for the legislature to pursue its population control policy through such disincentives. On the issue of a disparate impact on women the court relies on a rather flawed understanding of reproductive autonomy to argue that due to rising awareness Indian women can no longer be compelled to bear a third child This is a classic case of the court failing to recognise the disparate impact of a facially neutral law Recognising it requires a thorough and sound socio-cultural understanding which the court unfortunately did not demonstrate in Javed While one might see the complexity in Javed because of the state pursuing an undoubtedly desirable aim the court has fallen short even while dealing with instances of direct invidious discrimination In Dhirendra Pandua vs State of Orissa (2008) the SC held that the exclusion of those suffering from leprosy from contesting elections/ continuing as members of PRIs did not violate the right to equality In a rather uncharacteristic move the court said it would defer to the decision of the state legislature in this regard These cases don’t really give us a framework for judicially scrutinising such legislative measures The use of leprosy tuberculosis and disability as disqualifications must be struck down for they amount to invidious discrimination However when it comes to disqualifications designed to further progressive social goals a lot more nuance is required The first task for the court should be to rigorously examine whether the proposed measures would have a disparate impact on disadvantaged groups The two-child norm as established through social science research disadvantages women disproportionately and the minimum education requirement excludes groups that continue to be denied access to education for generations The court must look into the large amount of social science evidence available in these contexts and avoid relying on personal perceptions Further it is problematic to penalise individuals for decisions over which they had no real control It is not the “fault” of the individual that she had to discontinue her education or that she married while below the legal age These are consequences of complex social realities and the fictions of law unconnected to these realities should have no place in our legal system Similarly the state cannot seek to penalise individuals for its failure to perform essential functions like providing primary education or sanitary toilets The imposition of penalties and denial of opportunities arising from state failure must be subject to the most searching constitutional standards We cannot systematically exclude large sections from participating in democracy and when Rajasthan’s ordinance does come up before the SC again it must find a way to undo the legacy of its decisions in Javed and Pandua Surendranath teaches constitutional law at the National Law University Delhi where Sahgal is a final year student For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News