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Gautam Mishra

Italian Marines case: Cou...

Taking a tough stand, the Court told the centre to deposit the Rs 10 crore Italy had paid it as compensation for the 2012 shooting incident in which two Indian fishermen were killed.

POCSO: The hand of justic...

In a significant judgment, a trial court invoked the POCSO Act against an accused for holding her hand. The Delhi High Court upheld it.

Rare diseases, and the dr...

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has introduced a draft National Policy for Rare Diseases 2020 on the direction of the Delhi High Court in response to a plea filed seeking free treatment of rare diseases.

Uttarakhand’s child...

The state follows others in setting up its first “Baal Mitra Police Thana” and as per the Juvenile Justice Act, has a separate room with bright colours and paintings in an effort to appear sensitive and approachable.

Haryana jobs-for-locals l...

The Bill makes it mandatory for private companies to reserve 75 percent of jobs for residents of the state and has led to a furore among industry and Opposition parties.

MP High Court slams revea...

In a laudable move, the Madhya Pradesh High Court has said that producing suspects before the media is violative of Article 21 of the Constitution as unless he is convicted, his innocence has to be presumed.

Fast Divorce: Bombay HC w...

In a laudable judgment, the Bombay High Court waived the six months’ cooling-off period under the Hindu Marriage Act as the woman was pregnant by another man.

National Green Tribunal m...

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to frame guidelines for the disposal of cigarette/bidi butts in the interest of the environment within three months.

Centre’s Scapegoat?

The Bombay High Court quashed three FIRs filed against 29 foreign nationals who were charged with violating their tourist visas by attending the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi in March.

Ignorance is Not Bliss

IN a surprising development, DG (Prisons) Sandeep Goel had to tender an unconditional apology for an inappropriate explanation submitted by the Superintendent, Central Jail I, Tis Hazari, for keeping a person in unlawful detention even after the Court had granted him bail in all his cases.

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