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New Delhi (ILNS): Rejecting a plea from LIFE Mission Housing Project, a project for housing for the homeless with funds from United Arab Emirate Red Crescent, the Kerala High Court today allowed the CBI to continue its probe on alleged FCRA violation for the project of in Wadakkancherry, Thrissur. A single bench of Justice V G Arun heard the petition filed by filed by the Chief Executive Officer of LIFE Mission project, challenging the FIR registered by the CBI over violations of FCRA in acc...

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Delhi District Courts circular prohibits use of banned Chinese apps

A circular by Delhi District Courts has restricte...

The Model Tenancy Act, 2019 will redefine tenant-landlord relationship

A New Tenancy Act awaiting official sanction is meant to bring transparency, fix accountability and promote fairness in the rental housing segment. What are the salient features?

Covid-19 impact on India: The new normal

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

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If Indian soldiers die due to govt negligence, it should be sued

In the skirmishes with China, the defence of the ...

Farm bills in Rajya Sabha: Validity of proceedings beyond question despite uproar

The passage of the Bills saw a notice of motion f...

Covid-19 has taught us how to manage a pandemic

India has the second highest number of coronavirus infection cases in the world. The number currently stands at 5.7 million and continues to increase. India adds almost one lakh cases every day to its tally of total cases.

Specials

New labour code on Social Security has not been able to address overlapping definitions

A slew of amended labour laws were pushed through...

Occupational safety continues to take a backseat in new labour codes

The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020 (OSH) was introduced in Lok Sabha on September 19 and passed on September 22. It was introduced and passed in Rajya Sabha on September 23.

The COVID effect: When Donald Trump got trumped

In 2015, during a TED Talk, Bill Gates had made a prescient comment. He had said that in the near future, a multi-million death scenario would emerge from a pandemic, rather than war.

Cause List

United Breweries in Supreme Court, challenging Karnataka High Court’s order dismissing winding up of...

A petition has been filed by United Breweries (holdings) Limited in the Supreme Court challenging the dismissal of the application by the Karnataka High Court wherein the High Court had dismissed a petition against the winding up of the company and appointment of an official liquidator.

Plea in Supreme Court against 100-allottee clause in IBC for home buyers

A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging section 3 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 and Section 7 of the IBC and to set out new conditions for real estate allottees to approach the NCLT as being in violation of Article 14 and 21 of the Constitution.

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If Indian soldiers die due to govt negligence, it should be sued

In the skirmishes with China, the defence of the ...

Farm bills in Rajya Sabha: Validity of proceedings beyond question despite uproar

The passage of the Bills saw a notice of motion f...

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

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

News
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New Delhi (ILNS): A collective of 47 lady advocates of the Supreme Court have written to the Chief Justice of India S. A. Bobde seeking constitution of a High Court-monitored investigation and trial to ensure ‘strictest and swiftest’ possible punishment to the accused in the Hathras rape case. Urging the court for immediate intervention, the lady advocates have also sought immediate inquiry and suspension or any punitive action against all erring police, administrative, and even medical offi...

Mathura court refuses to admit plea wanting removal of mosque adjacent to Krishna Janmabhoomi

The Court has dismissed the plea on ground that the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991, had exempted litigation on ownership over disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid litigation, but had barred any other court from entertaining litigation.
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