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Adarsh Kumar

Tiger’s Trials

One of India’s most popular tiger reserves, Jim Corbett National Park, in Uttarakhand is the focus of a Supreme Court decree which has blamed the state’s former forest minister for multiple irregularities.

Puberty and Marriage

A 16-year-old Muslim girl has become the focus of a petition in the Supreme Court where Muslim Personal Law clashes with the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, which prescribes 18 years as the age for sexual consent. There are some precedents, but this case is an important landmark.

Migrant Votes

The Election Commission of India says it has developed a prototype for a Multi-Constituency Remote Electronic Voting Machine which would enable remote voting by migrant voters. The move is long overdue.

Jungle Law

In recent times, forest staff are increasingly facing hostile elements, poachers and lawbreakers, who are committing forest offences with impunity. Officers and staff are being brutally assaulted while performing their duties. The Supreme Court has now stepped in.

Doctor, Heal Thyself?

In the face of repeated assaults by emotional relatives of patients, are healthcare professionals left to fend for themselves? Despite safeguards by the government, this issue is here to stay.

Freedom to Marry

The Madhya Pradesh High Court, in an interim order granting relief to interfaith couples entering into wedlock, has held as “unconstitutional” a provision in the Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act that requires an individual to give a declaration to the district magistrate before undertaking religious conversion.

The Pet Problem

Amid a spate of incidents of attacks on humans by pet dogs, Noida and Gurugram have introduced policies to curb the menace, including banning of certain breeds and hefty fines on pet owners.

Question of Consent

The Telangana government is the latest state to withdraw general consent given to the Central Bureau of Investigation to allow the agency to probe cases. This follows a pattern in several non-BJP ruled states.  

New Roots

In a fresh move, land-strapped DDA has urged compensatory afforestation on degraded land in neighbouring states. But this is easier said than done as MP has already said this would not be possible.

Medical Intervention

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