Central Bureau of Investigation : Current Affairs Analysis

Sub-Topics Covered History of CBI  Delhi Special Police Establishment Act Ambit of CBI   Who exercises supervision over CBI Crimes investigated Interpol of India Red Notice Appointment of CBI Director before the enactment of Lokpal Act Current Scenario of Appointment of CBI director Removal of CBI Director Independence of CBI Conclusion Early History of CBI  The … Read more

Newspaper Recap Date: 24/10/2018

1 .  SC moves to make festivals less noisy  Important Points Allowing the manufacture and sale of only “green” and reduced-emission or “improved” crackers, while banning those that are loud and toxic to man, animal and the environment. Judgment reduced the time for bursting crackers during Deepavali and other festivals to two hours: between 8 p.m. … Read more

Newspaper Recap Date: 23/10/2018

1 . SC to list review petitions today  Important Articles The article relates to Sabarimala issue  Focus should be on Review petition, the concept is explained below Supreme court has the power to review its own judgement. The powers of the Supreme Court to review its own judgements are elaborated in the article 137 of the … Read more

NEWSPAPER RECAP Date: 22/10/2018

Sabarimala tension mounts, 4 more women denied entry Important Points  If you are following the issue then you can safely skip the article If you dont know the basics of the issue then you can find the basics under the following newspaper recap  Sabarimala issue 2. Saffron marigold is the colour of sacrifice Important Points The … Read more

Newspaper Recap Date: 20/10/2018

1 Chaos reigns at Sabarimala as protesters block women Important Points If you know the background of the issue including the recent judgement then you can skip the article A group of five women lawyers has challenged Rule 3(b) of the Kerala Hindu Places of Public Worship (Authorisation of Entry) Rules, 1965, which authorises restriction on … Read more

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