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Covid-19 impact on India: The new normal

Post the pandemic, life ...

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.

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.

Special Marriage Act’s public notice is a privacy loophole

The Supreme Court has agreed to examine whether certain provisions of the Special Marriage Act of 1954, which allows personal records to be made available to the public for scrutiny 30 days prior to the intended marriage, violate the right to privacy of the parties.

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.

“The amendment will make Indian skies the safest”

“The amendment will make Indian skies the safest” ARUN KUMAR, Director General of Civil Aviation, is the man in the hot seat of India’s civil aviation sector. After the Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020, was passed by Parliament, he told SHOBHA JOHN that the Bill would give his organisation more powers...

Aviation Regulators Fly High

IT has been lauded as a much-needed, but much-delayed, move. The Aircraft Act, 1934, was recently amended and gives the three vital arms of Indian aviation the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) and the Aircraft Accidents Investigation Bureau (AAIB)

Rajiv Tyagi’s widow wants to intervene in Sudarshan TV case before Supreme Court

Sangeeta Tyagi, widow of the Late Congress national spokesperson Rajiv Tyagi, who died of a heart attack on September 12 after taking part in a heated AajTak debate, is one of two who have filed an intervention application in the Sudarshan TV hate speech case that the Supreme Court is currently hearing.

News Update

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