Unity mall in every state capital
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced in the Budget that states would be encouraged to set up a “Unity Mall” in their capitals.
Unpacking the new set of e-waste rules
Under the new rules, the informal sector, which plays a crucial role in e-waste handling, draws no recognition.
Lawyers in India can’t advertise their work
The Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association (SCAORA) condemned business magazine Forbes India’s decision to publish a ‘Legal Power list’.
National interest content
From 1 March 2023, all private television channels in the country will be required to air ‘national interest content’ on a daily basis.
Centre sets up panels for complaints against online platforms
The Centre has notified the formation of three grievance appellate committees that will address users’ complaints against social media.
The Railways’ AI-based project
The Indian Railways has concluded the trial of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) program it built to fix a perennial issue — long waiting lists for tickets.
Rights at the centre: On children’s right to protect their genetic information
The interest of the child must be the focus always, not just in custody disputes.
India’s R&D estimates are an incomplete picture
India’s research and development (R&D) expenditure-GDP ratio of 0.7% is very low when compared to major economies and is much below the world average of 1.8%.
Protect the power of ‘the little man’ in a democracy
The real challenge before the nation is how to make citizens, now bystanders, aware of their duties to defend the Constitution.
India can become a biodiversity champion
The Budget’s emphasis on green growth can improve the state of the country’s biodiversity.