Answer - by Raja Babu

Is it almost impossible to see another Chief Election Commissioner like T. N. Seshan again in India?

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/former-election-commissioner-tn-seshan-dies-at-87-1617671-2019-11-10 Election Commission has harp teeth can cut any politician’s career into several pieces in one go. Why it doesn't often use the powers?
For all his good image, T N Seshan was moody, egoistic, dictatorial and lacked the necessary skills to carry everyone along. He didn't get along with his fellow election commissioners due to such ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
BRICS and RCEP aren't inter related in any direct way. BRICS was supposed to set up a new financial system for the 5 nation group, away from American interference. However, that idea was buried the ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

Isn't it morally wrong that BJP has given tickets to disqualified MLAs to contest by elections in Karnataka?

PM talk about morality in public speeches. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/bangalore/supreme-court-verdict-karnataka-17-mlas-disqualification-case-live-updates-6101976/
Political parties no longer constest elections to prove their moral authority or ideology. They do it to win. If morals get in the way, they wouldn't think twice before trampling on them. So yeah, it ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

What will be the implications of bringing the office of Chief Justice of India under the Right to Information Act,2005?

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/verdict-bringing-cji-under-rti-comes-10-years-after-first-plea-denied-6118602/ Are there any cons of doing this?
I hope we will get to know how apex court prioritises cases. There are hundreds of cases pending, yet high profile, big shots are still able to get a hearing immediately for their pleas. Does it work ... read more
Answer - by YASH BHARADAVA

What do you think about apex court's verdict in the Ayodhya case?

https://www.livemint.com/news/india/ayodhya-verdict-live-updates-supreme-court-to-announce-verdict-soon-11573275456461.html
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YASH BHARADAVA, Instrumentation & Control Engineer @ Smart Solutions
Answered 3 weeks ago
The Supreme court of India has delivered the final judgement on Ayodhya. The case had been running a long time in the Indian judicial system. There was no political willpower to see the case to an ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
We aren't different from animals, yes we also have what science says as the reptilian brain, which is one part of our brain which is responsible for fight vs flight response. We are among them it is ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Why does the Hindu Mahasabha wants to file a review petition against allocation of land for Mosque in Ayodhya ?

Are they really that insensitive towards the muslim side ? https://indianexpress.com/article/india/ayodhya-verdict-mahasabha-may-file-review-over-five-acre-land-for-mosque-6116877/
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
As said by Ashok Sir in his one of the recent answer, the rejection rate of the review petition is about 99% in the Supreme Court, Once they have given the ruling and that too by 4Judge bench+CJI. ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

Why does the Hindu Mahasabha wants to file a review petition against allocation of land for Mosque in Ayodhya ?

Are they really that insensitive towards the muslim side ? https://indianexpress.com/article/india/ayodhya-verdict-mahasabha-may-file-review-over-five-acre-land-for-mosque-6116877/
No. From what I understand, they believe there's no justification for allocation of land to the Muslim Party. In my opinion, for establishing a precedent point of view, I support the Mahasabha's ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

After Ayodhya, do you think temples should be reconstructed in Kashi and Mathura?

Do you think the Gyanvapi Mosque and the Shahi Idgah Mosque should be demolished by the government to restore the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Krishna Janmbhoomi in Mathura, respectively?
I am not a fan of demolishing age old historical monuments. I would prefer if the Mosques could be converted into temples with minimal change and be done with it. But I suspect that's never gonna ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

After Ayodhya, do you think temples should be reconstructed in Kashi and Mathura?

Do you think the Gyanvapi Mosque and the Shahi Idgah Mosque should be demolished by the government to restore the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Krishna Janmbhoomi in Mathura, respectively?
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 3 weeks ago
Only if it's that important and proved that Not any other place but Only that place is the only place for worship of that deity. Ram Janmabhoomi has been unique and Fought for this reason. Most ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

What do you think about the bill to give death penalty for honour killing passed by Rajasthan legislative assembly?

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/bill-mandating-death-penalty-for-honour-killing-passed-in-rajasthan-assembly/article28826270.ece Are existing provisions of IPC not adequate to deal with such crimes?
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 3 weeks ago
This is a good idea of punishing those who are taking Law into hand like that of Honour killing with death sentence.Then it's come to thought that there are many provisions for Murder and Rape . How ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago
Question is how life formed on the planet earth, or in other word how a non-living thing or a complex chemical compound gets the life into it?Because if are able to find out how life enters and how ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

What do you think about the bill to give death penalty for honour killing passed by Rajasthan legislative assembly?

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/bill-mandating-death-penalty-for-honour-killing-passed-in-rajasthan-assembly/article28826270.ece Are existing provisions of IPC not adequate to deal with such crimes?
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
In most cases a girl/boy married to any other caste and all is the prime reason for honour killing and to particularly in some communities.It is not the law which prevents the crime, it is the moral, ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Is it almost impossible to see another Chief Election Commissioner like T. N. Seshan again in India?

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/former-election-commissioner-tn-seshan-dies-at-87-1617671-2019-11-10 Election Commission has harp teeth can cut any politician’s career into several pieces in one go. Why it doesn't often use the powers?
PR
Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
There was a time when Indian bureaucracy was known as Steel frame and now it is known as plastic frame.You can say that whatever good points in our system has, these are all due to the honest and ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

Is governor of state really politically neutral person or puppet at the hands of Central government?

Governor reports to home minister because home ministry is responsible for the appointment of governors. Isn't Maharashtra governor acting as per directions received from Center? Shouldn't he show his allegiance towards constitution of India?
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 3 weeks ago
Governor of a state is supposed to be politically neutral in respect of most powers that are vested in him under the Constitution. In respect of certain other things, he is supposed to be the ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

Clarification on impleadment of necessary party in an appeal

My OA dismissed by CAT. My review allowed by CAT on "error on the face of record". Opp party filed writ in HC challenging act of CAT in allowing review. Opposite party made me as necessary party and CAT as proforma party. Is it proper sir. what to do
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 3 weeks ago
In fact, CAT (Central Administrative Tribunal) is NOT requited to be made a party in such a situation. It is made a party only where it has taken an administrative decision which is challenged (such ... read more
Answer - by Shashidhar Suman

Is governor of state really politically neutral person or puppet at the hands of Central government?

Governor reports to home minister because home ministry is responsible for the appointment of governors. Isn't Maharashtra governor acting as per directions received from Center? Shouldn't he show his allegiance towards constitution of India?
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Shashidhar Suman, B.Tech in ME from NIFFT Ranchi (expected 2020)
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
puppet of the central government.Who appoints the governor? On whose recommendation? And on whose mercy they enjoy the power?President of India appoints the governor of the state on the ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

Reservation quota exceeds 100% in tribal districts of Chhattisgarh. What's your opinion on this?

https://m.hindustantimes.com/india-news/chhattisgarh-to-provide-reservation-on-the-basis-of-population-as-quota-exceeds-100-per-cent-in-tribal-districts/story-DmC5nkVJ8yrPUwszIJVC9M.html
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 3 weeks ago
This is ironical. Rather, it’s like a joke on Article 14 of the Constitution that guarantees right to equality.Can we cross this figure further? Can we provide 200% reservations too? What about ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 3 weeks ago
Usually, the rejection rate of review petitions filed in the Supreme Court is about 99%. As far as curative petitions are concerned, in last about 15 years, only 2 or 3 curative petitions have been ... read more
Answer - by Devender Mishra
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Devender Mishra, Just want to be Devender Mishra
Answered 3 weeks ago
Some advantages are:Better error handling. There is consistency in handling malformed HTML documents in HTLM5. Hence, you can expect same behaviour across the browsers.HTML5 has new tag like canvas, ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

If India stop importing crude oil for one year (hypothetically) how much increase in forex reserve of India will be?

Just wanted to know, how much importing of crude oil is affecting to our countries forex reserve? How much does it increase if say we stop importing crude oil for one year(hypothetically) ?
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 3 weeks ago
India is dependent on crude oil imports and about 82% of its requirements are imported. The net foreign exchange outgo was $ 63 billion in the financial year 2017-18 on account of crude oil ... read more
Answer - by Devender Mishra

If India stop importing crude oil for one year (hypothetically) how much increase in forex reserve of India will be?

Just wanted to know, how much importing of crude oil is affecting to our countries forex reserve? How much does it increase if say we stop importing crude oil for one year(hypothetically) ?
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Devender Mishra, Just want to be Devender Mishra
Answered 3 weeks ago
India had import of 130 Billion USD in 2018-19 FY. It will have increase in forex reserve of India to the extent of 130 Billion USD or may be slightly ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

Is Shiv Sena forming the government and Uddhav Thackrey becoming the CM good for people of Maharashtra?

Devendra fadanavis has resigned and it seems shiv sena is going to form government with NCP and INC
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 3 weeks ago
Shiv Sena is just doing a Blunder with its immature move. It was started based on high principles which are going to be shattered with Uddhav's personal political ambitions. This is going to be ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

What do you suggest the average homosexual person in India should do?

Work hard & move abroad; be honest with family & stay in India; not tell the truth to family & marry someone of the opposite sex; keep their identity a secret & remain single; OR get into a marriage of convenience with another lesbian/gay person?
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 3 weeks ago
Secrecy of Natural process eventually disturbs the family and society of many such homosexuals. No doubt they are less respected and many families attach such issues with Ego and prestige, hiding it ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Politics is not a fairy tale for someone to be invincible. Amit Shah and Modi were never supposed to be "invincible". If they were, they would have won in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Chattisgarh also. ... read more