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Abhilash Kumar Singh

Transgenders and Defence ...

The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019, and its implications are being examined by the Indian Armed Forces in order to determine the potential employment opportunities for this community

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

Morality Message

The Calcutta High Court advised adolescent girls to control their sexual urges and boys to respect their bodily autonomy. Courts have also often criticised the POCSO Act for prosecuting adolescents

Wedlock or Deadlock?

In a recent case, the Supreme Court said that marriage is a pious life-net and dismissed the plea for divorce. Yet, in numerous cases, it has cited Article 142 to dissolve marriages which are beyond repair

Cut-throat Business

The draft, meant to ensure high standards in medical education, introduces a penalty of up to Rs 1 crore for colleges that do not comply with norms

The Uncontrolled Vlogger

The Kerala High Court recently sought inputs from the police chief to curb reviews which denigrated and tarnished a movie and whether those associated with it could file complaints

Waterships Down

The National Green Tribunal’s decision to halt cruise ship tourism in Bhopal’s Ramsar wetland sends a powerful message about the paramount importance of safeguarding our natural resources and ecosystems. While tourism can bring economic benefits, it must not come at the cost of environmental degradation and pollution

Hanging by a thread

The increasing number of student suicides in this coaching hub has led the Rajasthan CM to form a panel of stakeholders to solve this problem and to work on a law to regulate mushrooming coaching centres

Selective Policy?

The Court has told Gujarat government that it is on thin ice regarding granting remission to the 11 convicts. Remission is normally given only after seeing the good conduct, reformation and health of the convict

What a Howler

A recent incident of a case being registered against a microphone for howling during a speech by the Kerala CM has brought out the ludicrousness of seeing inanimate objects as living entities

News Update

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