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Transplant Act: Too many hiccups

The Transplantation of Human Organs Act is well-intentioned. But implementation on the ground defeats its very purpose as this case study from Kolkata illustrates By Sujit Bhar in Kolkata A sou...

DGCA’s notice period irks pilots

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is mulling over increasing the notice period of pilots from six months to one year based on a Civil Aviation Requirement which quotes Aircraft Rules of 1937. ...

Chew on This!

The government has taken steps to rein in irresponsible food ads, but what about misleading media reports on nutrition? Do we need a law to regulate them? By Usha Rani Das Can we believe all tha...

Of Footnotes in Judgments

All over the world, the extensive use of this tool is seen as an attempt to make judgments more readable and crisp. In India, the footnote is slowly finding its feet in the Supreme Court By Devadat...

Surrogacy: Baby Blues

Pinki Virani’s book, Politics of the Womb, takes a look at the world of surrogacy and why caution needs to be exercised all the way. An extract: Couples are going out of their way to have children ...

Are laws on denuding forests implementable?

In the area of environmental protection, there remains a yawning gap between existing laws and their implementation. More often than not, environment protection yardsticks are crucified at the altar o...

PCPNDT ACT 1994—Unsound demands

Radiologists are up in arms against the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act 1994 which restrains and criminalizes the misuse of ultrasound machines for sex determination te...

When Death Comes Calling…

Death in India is defined by two Acts—one which deals with circulatory death and the other with brain stem death. But experts are now pitching for a common law where both definitions are clearly defin...

The mind of a judge

Should punishment be seen as a deterrent, a retributive measure or as a reformative step? This question, much debated today, also bothered Jawaharlal Nehru, who served time in prisons. An extract from...

Who is a True Sikh?

This is a question that may be exercising many Sikhs as an apex court’s oral order seems to favor Akali Dals who want to debar Sehajdharis or un-baptized Sikhs from voting in the SGPC polls By Vipi...

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Delhi High Court seeks response of Centre, BCI in plea to declare bar association rules null and void

Delhi High Court has issued Notice to Ministry of Law and Justice, Bar Council of India, Bar Council of Delhi, Rouse Avenue District Court Bar Association, Central Delhi Court Bar Association and Registrar of Societies.
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