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Farm bills Explained: Is this a watershed moment or subterfuge?

During the current monsoon session of Parliament, of the three contentious farm bills the Lok Sabha, through voice vote, passed the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020

Revocation of Article 370 and after-effects in J&K and Ladakh

The Government of India revoked Article 370 of the Constitution of India on August 6, 2019 and bifurcated the existing state of J&K into two Union Territories, namely UT of J&K and UT of Ladakh.

War of Words

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla’s directive to chairpersons of parliamentary panels not to take up issues for examination which are pending in courts has led to much debate, but rules do prohibit this

NSA in UP cow slaughter cases: Threat to public order enabling criteria

There has been much debate about invoking this stringent act in alleged cases of cow slaughter. Is this legally valid and how have courts responded? By Adarsh Patel The National Security Act ...

Justice via video conferencing is here to stay

Video-conferencing in courts has shown how justice can be made accessible, affordable and speedy. It should be continued so that courts become “more a service than a place”. By Parveen Kumar Aggar...

A rich per capita income state Goa bearing double whammy of tie between the courts and policy makers

Goa a state of 15 lac population the major two economic activities is tourism and mining. Tourism had its hit due to COVID 19 and will take at least an year to recover. The related service industry had its toll by loss of job and business. The double whammy is unresolved issue of mining in Goa.

Sushant Singh Rajput case: Doctors should not reveal patient details

The late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s (SSR) father, KK Singh, had filed a complaint before the Medical Council of India under Regulation 8.2 of the Indian Medical Council (Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Ethics) Regulations, 2002, for professional misconduct committed by SSR’s psychologist Susan Walker.

National Green Tribunal move on cigarette butts, bidi ends bells smoking’s environmental damage

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to frame guidelines for the disposal of cigarette/bidi butts in the interest of the environment within three months.

Increasing minimum age of marriage for women from 18 to 21 may not help poor, marginalised women

India, the most populous nation in South Asia, has the highest number of deaths in the under-five age group in this region. The leading causes of child mortality globally and in South Asia remain infectious diseases, specifically pneumonia and diarrhoea.

Appointment of judges: Let’s be transparent

A judge is defined as “a public officer appointed to decide cases in a law court”. A modest, succinct definition. Ever since man created books of statutes, there have been judges to interpret them in the adversarial system of law that we have in most parts of the world.

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