03-july-2016

the hindu
1.India revives move for UN convention on terrorism.

New Delhi has revised its proposal for a Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism.read more

2.Apply polluter pays principle to U.S.:CJI

‘Developed economies, not India should be blamed for climate change’ read more

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1.Changes like Brexit need a super-majority.

The government hopes that Parliament will pass a Constitutional amendment for a Goods and Services Tax in the coming monsoon session. Attempts for over a decade have failed to ensure a two-thirds majority in both Houses. read more

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1.Love’s labour’s lost: Parents drag children to court for livelihood.

This may be a telltale sign of increasing schism between parents and their grown-up children in Kerala. read more

2.Disunity on uniformity has led to civil code devolve into a mummified metaphor.

Politics and uniformity aren’t made for each other.read more

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