Monday, December 4, 2023
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Fog of Legal War

Even though, the Supreme Court recently slammed the Delhi and Punjab governments for their lackadaisical approach to pollution control, unrestrained foul air threatens the life of the capital’s citizenry

Beef About Transport

In a landmark judgment, the Allahabad High Court has ruled that Uttar Pradesh’s law banning cow slaughter does not forbid the transportation of beef. A petition was filed challenging an order wherein a motorcycle had been confiscated under the UP Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act, 1955

Southern Fury

Following strong opposition from southern states, the NMC has suspended its decision to limit the number of MBBS seats to 100 per 10 lakh population in every state

Faking It

Increasing cases of men being falsely implicated of rape have shown the need for guidelines for compensation to victims of wrongful prosecution and miscarriage of justice

Personal Interest Litigation

Despite guidelines to weed out spurious PILs, the problem continues to plague courts. So fed up have courts become that they have started imposing huge fines on such petitioners

Warning Label

The Delhi High Court has granted “one last opportunity” to the centre to frame the policy on online sale of medicines within eight weeks. Noting that the matter has been pending before it for five years, the Court observed that the government has had sufficient time to frame the policy

Chance versus Skill

The Madras High Court recently upheld the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Online Gambling and Regulation of Online Games Act, 2022, but said rummy and poker would not be prohibited under the Act. The decision of the Court is the second such verdict on the constitutionality of laws banning prize money games

Safeguards are crucial

The Supreme Court has decried the confiscation of electronic devices from media personnel. It reiterated the danger of giving government overarching powers without guidelines. At stake is the freedom of the press to gather news and protect sources without fear

The Yogi ensures more protection

According to a new proposal, if a senior citizen complains against their children or relatives for failing to pay them money for their livelihood, the local tribunal for senior citizens can forcibly evict anyone living on their property. Thirty days time will be given for them to vacate the house and if required, police force can be used.

Blaming the victim

A recent verdict by a Karnataka sessions court judge, transferring the onus of proving rape on the victim, needs to be seen in the context of the elements of the POCSO Act

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