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The Supreme Court of India on Friday expressed disapproval on the tendency to equate any religious processions with a communal riots. A Bench of Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha giving example of  the Ganesh Puja in Maharashtra said that though lakhs of people gather for the same, there are no riots associated with it till date. CJI Chandrachud asked why do we always want to portray that religious festivals are the time for riots? Let us look at the goo...

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Lessons Learnt

Recently, the Union government proposed to establish the Higher Education Commission of India for regulating higher education in the country. The present system is over-regulated, but under governed and to address this issue, a complete overhaul is planned. Can it work?

Faking It

As online shopping catches on, there is an increasing trend of fake reviews and misleading information. This is a violation of consumer rights and the government has now unveiled a framework to curb it.

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The Long and Lonely Road

The president has urged that the increasing number of undertrials be tackled. The solution lies in a criminal justice  monitoring board to track the progress of criminal cases and sticking to CrPC timelines.

Love and Death

The gruesome murder of Shraddha Walkar by her live-in partner Aftab Poonawala has shocked the nation and led to questions about relationships and domestic violence. What does the law say and what can others do in a similar situation?

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Losing Ground

The former US president’s reputation has been dented severely after he found himself at the losing end of multiple events, including on the political and judicial fronts.

Government, Judiciary Standoff over Collegium System

The law minister’s comments over the “opacity” of the collegium system has stoked fires once again with the judiciary.

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The Jharkhand High Court, while setting aside a Trial Court order, has observed that a married woman cannot claim that the petitioner raped her on false pretext of wedding, as the victim knew that she cannot enter into matrimony with him in view of the fact that she was already married. A Single Bench of Justice Sanjay Kumar Dwivedi  disposed of a Petition filed for quashing of the order  including the entire criminal proceeding arising out of Deoghar Mahila Police Statio...

Allahabad High Court quashes criminal proceedings against Prabhu Chawla, Aroon Purie initiated under Cable Television Networks Act

A single-judge bench of Allahabad high court while hearing an application under section 482 filed by Bal Krishna and others quashed the criminal proceeding against Prabhu Chawla, Arun Puri and Balakrishna in the court of the Judicial Magistrate, Azamgarh.
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