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Before leaving the Supreme Court in August 2021, Nariman served on the Supreme Court Collegium. He made these comments while delivering the seventh “Chief Justice MC Chagla Memorial Lecture” in Mumbai, which was titled “A Tale of Two Constitutions: India and the United States: The Long and Short of It All.” “We have heard a rant by the Law Minister against this procedure,” Nariman remarked during a Friday session hosted by Mumbai University’s Department of Law (appointment of judges). I can promise the law minister that you need to understand two extremely important constitutional principles. HighlightsJustice Rohinton Fali NarimanBasic Structure…

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Al-Sudani, an Islamic terrorist who has been on U.S. intelligence authorities’ radar for years, was crucial in providing funding for both ISIS-activities K’s in Afghanistan and the group’s operations in Africa. In secluded northern Somalia, American special operations soldiers have killed a top Islamic State group official as well as 10 other terrorists, the Biden administration reported Thursday. The operation conducted on Wednesday was directed at Bilal al-Sudani, a crucial financial intermediary for the international terrorist group, who was hiding out in a network of mountain caves. During a battlefield rotation, US Army Brig. Gen. Damian T. Donahoe, in the…

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According to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the revised injections were only 48% effective in halting symptomatic infection brought on by the XBB.1.5 subvariant for up to three months. Officials from the United States said on Wednesday that the upgraded COVID-19 boosters from Pfizer Inc/BioNTech and Moderna helped prevent symptomatic infections against the novel XBB-related sub variants, providing additional evidence of how the vaccinations function against these quickly proliferating strains. Update on Covid Boosters According to Dr. Brendan Jackson, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 response, “Today we have more…

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California is in shock following its third mass shooting in eight days when a man shot seven former co-workers dead south of San Francisco. The seaside city of Half Moon Bay was the scene of the assaults. The victims of the mass shootings included some Chinese Americans. Chunli Zhao, the suspect, was taken into custody after driving to the police station. Chunli Zhao was taken into custody by the Californian Police. Source:- Kron4 It happens while the state is in mourning over the deaths of 11 people who died during Lunar New Year celebrations in Monterey Park, which is roughly…

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Shooting in California: Huu Can Tran used a semi-automatic handgun to shoot around the Star Ballroom Dance Studio in Monterey Park, killing 11 people before turning the gun on himself. The 72-year-old Asian immigrant who murdered 11 people before killing himself as police closed in on him used to frequent the California dance club where the latest mass shooting in America took place. Non- Aggressive But had Temper In Monterey Park, a community with a large Asian population close to Los Angeles, Huu Can Tran shot at the Star Ballroom Dance Studio with a semi-automatic handgun. Armed with a semi-automatic…

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It is a time of tremendous wonder and excitement when a ‘notoriously unexpected’ and uncommon green comet is spotted in the sky as it approaches the Earth after over 50,000 years. Since it was found in March 2022 at the Zwicky Transient Facility in California, US, the comet is known as C/ 2022 E3 (ZTF). It was observed on January 12 from a number of locations, including the UAE and India, and hasn’t penetrated the inner solar system or the Earth since the last ice age. Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) over Lakeland, Florida (Image Source:- Accuweather) HighlightsWhat shape will the…

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Using the Artificial Intelligence Tools ,one can easily understand if Chemotherapy is needed to solve their Breast Cancer issue. Dr. Amrania came up with a less expensive method for determination technique. Dr. Hemmel Amrania, an Indian-born scientist working in the UK, developed a quicker and less expensive method of determining if cancer patients need chemotherapy—one-fourth of what it currently costs. It seeks to guarantee fairness in treatment regimens. What is Breast Cancer Doctors say breast cancer is the first and most common cancer in women in India Source:- The Hindu Doctors say breast cancer is the first and most common…

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After weeks of intense combat , Russia finally claims to win Soledar, in eastern Ukraine however the Ukranians refuse this claim. In what would be Moscow’s first significant triumph in months, Russia claimed on Friday that its forces had conquered the small town of Soledar in eastern Ukraine after weeks of tough combat. Ukraine, however, refuted the Russian assertion. After a protracted series of military failures dating back to last summer, the conquest of Soledar would represent for Putin a symbolic victory, if not a particularly significant strategic one. However, it does not imply a large surrender of Ukrainian forces…

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A extensive study published in BMJ, states that most symptoms or diseases that occur after mild Covid-19  which last for several months gets recovered within a year  Representational Image   Source:- World Meteorological Organization Specifically, the people who are vaccinated were at a very lower risk of having breathing difficulties which is the most common defect a person with mildly affected by corona victim generates after being compared to unvaccinated people. All these researches and findings only suggest that , although the vast corona circumstance has only been feared and was generously discussed at the very beginning of this covid-19…

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A national program must be created right away and it is the need of the hour to handle critical traffic management in outer space. For Space Traffic Management, Dr. G. Satheesh Reddy, the Minister of Defence’s scientific advisor, has emphasized the importance of beginning a national program for space situational awareness (SSA). Outer space has long been characterized as “contested, congested, and competitive.” The need for Space Traffic Management has become inevitable. Representational Image Source:- Space News Nearly 25,000 satellites are anticipated to join the orbit of Earth by 2030, totaling more than 4,800 active satellites from over forty different…

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