Mr. Ramesh Kumar’s restoration as SEC is in compliance with the High Court judgement delivered on May 29, wherein it struck down the A.P. Panchayat Raj (Second Amendment) Ordinance (No. 5 of 2020), which resulted in the sudden termination of his services, and the GOs through which Madras High Court retired judge V. Kanagaraj was appointed in his place as the new SEC, as illegal. … [Read more...] about Ramesh Kumar reinstated as State Election Commissioner
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So, you've committed to writing an anxious and hand-wringing newspaper column about the State of Millennials. Congratulations! But be warned. You are working within a highly competitive sub-industry of journalism, so it's important to distinguish yourself in both style and substance, like this archetypal column today in the Boston Globe. … [Read more...] about How to Write the Worst Possible Column About Millennials
Members of the public are also keen to get in on the act. Stella Creasy MP (whose name, incidentally, when typed into Google, is followed by “husband” and “married” as two of the most popular five suggested searches) has endured extreme and terrifying online abuse, including a threat to cut off her breasts and use them to make a kebab. And during yesterday’s budget, one heroic soul took it upon himself to start a Twitter account in the name of “Theresa May’s Boobs”. Finally, as if feverish ongoing speculation over her anatomy wasn’t enough, one news outlet continues to run an open poll asking members of the public whether they would “snog, marry or avoid” Theresa May. … [Read more...] about So Theresa May has breasts – who knew?