The Supreme Court collegium's decision of revoking the promotion of two High Court judges to the apex court has generated disquiet amongst the legal fraternity.The collegium on January 10 announced the elevation of Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court, and Justice Sanjeev Khanna, a judge of Karnataka High Court.This decision was in contention with the December 12 decision of the collegium, which had recommended that Justice Pradeep Nandrajog, Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court, and Justice Rajendra Menon, Chief Justice of Delhi High Court be elevated to the apex court.Close Let’s delve into the matter and take a look at what is causing the upheaval among the judges of the country’s top court. related news CBI carries out searches at 13 locations in Rs 568.52 crore bank fraud 200 recommendations of Swaminathan report accepted by govt: Agri minister Believe Congress will take 'good decision' about leadership: Sachin Pilot The … [Read more...] about Explained| Why is Supreme Court collegium in the line of fire?
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“It’s the creatives, stupid.” advertisement advertisement On the August evening that opens the Edinburgh International Television Festival, Kevin Spacey is giving the keynote speech, a jeremiad against his hosts delivered with all the fervor of a Tea Party populist railing against Washington. The Oscar-winning thespian looks like a politician, his hair perfectly in place and his suit a somber charcoal. He emotes like a politician, too, as he launches into a withering takedown of the traditional way that Hollywood makes television, lambasting everything from the pilot process to TV executives (“those network people”) who are always “sticking their fingers in creative decisions and having opinions about everything.” And like the scheming pol he plays on House of Cards, the Netflix drama whose first season debuted in February 2013 and for which Spacey earned an Emmy nomination, Spacey offers his speech in silky soundbites uttered in his … [Read more...] about Netflix: The Red Menace
At Fast Company, 31 out of 52 staffers on the editorial masthead are women—and we’re pretty proud of that. When it comes to selecting beauty products, our criteria for what’s good may be a little different from that of a fashion or lifestyle magazine: We look for products that are long-lasting and high-quality, and that offer simple solutions that we can depend on while writing, editing, photographing, designing, and producing our stories. So when we asked our colleagues for their holy grail beauty secrets, they had lots of opinions about price points, ingredients, and even packaging. From lipsticks that last the entire workday to the perfect “no-makeup” mascara, these are Fast Company staffers’ ultimate beauty picks. advertisement advertisement Glossier Lash Slickbuilt an empire around beauty products that enhance features while looking natural. That’s why it showed up in several editors’ top beauty picks. … [Read more...] about These beauty and skincare products are ‘Fast Company’ tested, and approved
Saudi Arabia will host its first ever golf tournament for women from March 19-22 next year at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Jeddah, with 108 professionals set to participate.The Ladies European Tour (LET) event will be staged in collaboration with Golf Saudi and the Saudi Golf Federation and will carry a winning purse of $1 million."I'm incredibly excited by this announcement and it is an honour for the Tour to be part of history in bringing the first-ever professional women's golf event to Saudi Arabia," LET CEO Alexandra Armas said in a statement.Close "Confirmation of adding Saudi Arabia to our schedule for 2020 is an exciting prospect... and having seen the quality of the event staging for the Saudi International, I am sure this will be a fantastic experience for our players." related news Guys like Hardik, Rahul follow footballers' hairstyles, La Liga ambassador Rohit Cabinet approves MoU between India, Saudi Arabia in medical products regulation Saudi … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia to host first-ever women’s golf tournament in March 2020
You can tell a lot about people by their Christmas decorations. Do they festoon their homes with yards of lights and tacky reindeer? Do they painstakingly recreate a full-scale crèche? Or are they grinches who decide to shun adornment? After Phoenix-based photographer Jesse Rieser caught a glimpse of a 40-foot-tall inflatable Santa in his rear-view mirror, he decided to document the creative—and often garish—displays that commemorate Christmas In America. advertisement “Christmas is complex and at times, uncomfortable,” Rieser says in his artist statement. “It’s awkward and sometimes bleak. But it is also sincere and celebratory, colorful and creative.” He started the project in 2010 and has traveled around Arizona, Utah, and Las Vegas to shoot the series. Rieser is drawn to “unnoticed and overlooked” and the “fantastic in the mundane.” He grew up in a secular family where Christmas was was more about family … [Read more...] about A Heartwarming Look At How Americans Celebrate Christmas