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2021 Corruption Perceptions Index

The Transparency International recently released the Corruption Perception Index. According to the index, India ranked 85 among the world countries. The report said that the score of corruption has been stagnant for India over a decade. Also, the report said, the fundamental freedoms in the country are decaying and concerns over democratic status are increasing. ..

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‘Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code’ in the News

On December 10, 2021, Central government noted in Lok Sabha that there is no proposal under its consideration to do away with the sedition law. Highlights As per a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju stated that, on May 31, 2021 Supreme Court in its order on a ..

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Military mutiny of Mali: President Keita announced resign

Following the incident of mass protest and military mutiny, the president of Mali, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has resigned. Key highlights The week-long political crisis emerged on the demand to relinquish the president with the allegation of worsening the country’s economic condition and mismanagement of the security situation. Later at midnight, he was forced to resign ..

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Anti-Government Activities

In light of the ongoing protests about the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Ministry of Home Affairs have been serving ‘Leave India’ notices to foreigners who were involved in the protests. Visa Guidelines: The visa guidelines do not specify what activities are considered as anti-government. The visa guidelines were given by the Ministry of Home Affairs. ..

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Sedition Laws of India

In August 2014, the Maharashtra Government had come out with a circular that defined the conditions under which the police can arrest a person on sedition charges. This circular was immediately criticized by the people as an attempt by the government to stifle the democratic rights of the people. The circular was immediately dragged into ..

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Sedition Laws of India

In August 2014, the Maharashtra Government had come out with a circular that defined the conditions under which the police can arrest a person on sedition charges. This circular was immediately criticized by the people as an attempt by the government to stifle the democratic rights of the people. The circular was immediately dragged into ..

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