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Bihar assembly polls will be the first large scale election in India, amid the Covid 19 pandemic. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is all set to return to power in Bihar, according to an IANS C-Voter Bihar opinion poll survey.
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking the protection of law for persons of the third gender/transgender from the sexual assault.
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The Patriarchal Bar

RBG left behind a legacy that changed her country—questioning policies and laws discriminatory to women and pulling all her might in the preservation and promotion of “constitutional essentials” in SCOTUS

Courts
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Lucknow (ILNS): A petition has landed before the Allahabad High Court, claiming that relaxations in age allowed by earlier orders should allow him to appear for the Police-PAC Recruitment-2018. The petitioner belongs to the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category. The court has sent notice, seeking relevant information from the counsel for the Uttar Pradesh Government. The petition was filed by Harihar Prasad Nishad on September 23. Justice Vivek Agarwal sent notice also on another petition, f...

Three women held in correctional home freed by Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court on has set aside a lower court order that had detained three women in corrective home for almost a year.

UPPSC denies to call candidates for interview: HC issues notice

The Allahabad High Court has issued a notice on a petition filed by applicants for the post of Lecturer (Mathematics) seeking quashing of the decision of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission for not calling the petitioners for the interview for the concerned post.

Feature

Covid-19 impact on India: The new normal

Post the pandemic, life will get back on track, s...

Labour codes: Employer friendly, workers left high and dry

At a time when workers need to be supported, thre...

Farm Bills: Seeds of discontent

Farmers in many states are protesting against three new farm Bills, which were passed in the Rajya Sabha in a charged atmosphere. The row led to the suspension of eight Opposition members for the rest of the session. The MPs later staged a sit-in outside Parliament.

Columns

Covid-19 has taught us how to manage a pandemic

The pandemic has reiterated the need to go back t...

The Patriarchal Bar

By Inderjit Badhwar If gender-based glass ceil...

Adieu, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Let Justice Always Triumph

RBG left behind a legacy that changed her country—questioning policies and laws discriminatory to women and pulling all her might in the preservation and promotion of “constitutional essentials” in SCOTUS

Specials

There is need for another green judge in India

No city enjoys inexhaustible natural resources. Thus, it is this judicial activism spearheaded by the likes of Justice Waziri in recent times that shall play a significant role in shaping the near future seeking to replenish, care, nurture and augment the said limited resources.

Power to the promoter: The new labour codes – I

A slew of amended labour laws were pushed through the Rajya Sabha session which ended on Wednesday. IL News Service has already published an analysis of the Farm Bills that have been passed. We will now, in stages, deal with the amended labour laws.

Manifestation Of Equality- Daughter’s Right In Ancestral Property

Under the Hindu Mitakshara Law, ancestral property is passed on down the male line by survivorship – what we commonly refer to as the coparcenary system. Unique as it was, the minute a son was born in a family, he would become a coparcener in his own right, to the ancestral property of the family.

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Security for third gender from sexual assault sought in Supreme Court

A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking the protection of law for persons of the third gender/transgender from the sexual assault.

Bihar polls in three phases from October 28, results on November 10

In a press conference held in Delhi today, Chief Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced that the Bihar elections will be held in three phases and will commence on the October 28. The other dates are November 3 and November 7. The results will be announced on November 10.

Plea in SC to postpone Bihar assembly elections

The Supreme Court tomorrow will hear a plea filed by Ajay Kumar seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the General Elections for Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Covid-19 has taught us how to manage a pandemic

The pandemic has reiterated the need to go back t...

The Patriarchal Bar

By Inderjit Badhwar If gender-based glass ceil...

Law Schools

Law Campus Updates

NLUD releases a report on death penalty A study...

Law Campuses Updates

WBNUJS “uninvites” State Governor A student gro...

News
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New Delhi (ILNS): The Orissa High Court has started suo motu proceedings on pending cases against former and sitting MPs and MLAs and their expeditious disposal, in wake of the recent Supreme Court directions. A division bench of Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and Justice BR Sarangi has directed Advocate General AK Parija to file an affidavit with details of all criminal cases against former and current MPs and MLAs pending in Courts across the state. The Registrar General is to place on recor...
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