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Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 28 May 2022


Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 28 May 2022


Contents

  1. A new road for India’s fiscal federalism
  2. Supreme Court recognizes Sex Work as a ‘Profession’


A New Road for India’s Fiscal Federalism


Context

On May 19, in Union of India vs Mohit Minerals, the Supreme Court of India delivered a ruling which is likely to have an impact far wider than what the Centre might have imagined when it brought the case up on appeal.

Relevance

GS-II: Functions and Responsibilities of the Union and the States, Issues and Challenges Pertaining to the Federal Structure, Devolution of Powers and Finances up to Local Levels and Challenges Therein.

Dimensions of the Article

  • Background
  • Why the ruling could transform the future of Fiscal Federalism in India
  • Background of 101st Constitutional Amendment
  • Implications of the Judgement
  • Federal Compact
  • Way Forward

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Supreme Court Recognizes Sex Work as a ‘Profession’


Context

In a significant order recognizing sex work as a “profession”, the Supreme Court has directed that police should neither interfere nor take criminal action against adult and consenting sex workers.

Relevance

GS-I: Role of Women and Women’s Organization, Social Empowerment, Population and Associated Issues, Poverty and Developmental issues

Dimensions of the Article

  • What did the Supreme Court say?
  • A caution to the Police
  • Sexual crimes against Sex Workers
  • Sex Work in India
  • Various issues faced by Sex Workers
  • Protection against forceful Sex Work
  • Constitutional Protection
  • India’s Stand
  • Will Centre accept the court’s direction?
  • International Viewpoint
  • Way Forward

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