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SC: No fresh suit over Delhi jurisdiction row [Times of India 30th August 2016 Kolkata]
The Supreme Court on Monday expressed reservations in entertaining AAP government's suit over jurisdiction of the Delhi government in view of the Delhi high court recently adjudicating the controversial issue. A bench of justices A K Sikri and N V Ramana said the court could not re-exami ne the issue on a separate suit filed by the government and the only way open...
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Centre backs existing law decriminalising marital rape [Reported on Times of India 30th August 2016 Kolkata]
Backing the current law that decriminalises marital rape, the Centre has said it protects “private affairs of husband-wife based on traditional social structure“. In an affidavit filed in the Delhi high court, the Centre added that “the social, economic and educational development in the country is still uneven and child marriages are taking...
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`Triple talaq is an easy mode to end marriage' [Times of India 3rd Sept 2016, Kolkata]
All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said Sharia had granted the triple talaq mode of oral divorce to husbands because men are better at controlling emotions and, therefore, unlikely to take impulsive decisions. “Sharia grants right to divorce to husbands because men have greater power of decision-making. They are more likely to control emotions and...
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`Surrogacy capital' Anand staring at a bleak future [Times of India 27th August 2016 Kolkata]
The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, with its far-reaching implications on India's Rs 1,300-crore surrogacy industry has sent shockwaves in Anand, a small town in central Gujarat. Dubbed `global surrogacy capital' with over 1,100 babies delivered through 900-odd surrogate mothers in a decade, Anand is looking at a bleak scenario where the ban on commercial...
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Online Complaint Box for children to file complaints of sexual abuse launched [Read more at: http://www.livelaw.in]
An online complaint box for reporting child sexual abuse, the POCSO e-Box was launched by the Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi in New Delhi today. Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO), e-Box, is an online complaint management system for easy and direct reporting of sexual offences against children and timely action...
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Plea against new WhatsApp Privacy Policy: Delhi HC issues notice to DoT and TRAI [Read more at: http://www.livelaw.in]
Delhi High Court has issued notice to Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on a Public Interest Litigation filed by two students. The Petitioners contended that on 26th August 2016, they realized that Whatsapp has sought to suddenly change its Privacy Policy proposing to make drastic changes and severely compromises...
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2-judge SC bench gives law lessons [Reported on Times of India 31st August 2016 Kolkata]
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice J S Khehar on Tuesday got some constitutional and legal lessons from a two-judge bench headed by Justice J Chelameswar. The bench headed by Justice Khehar, who will become Chief Justice of India next year, was tasked with finding a solution to the conflict of opinion in a judgment rendered by the bench of...
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Tobacco products, liquor to carry `not for kids' warning [Reported on Times of India 26th August 2016 Kolkata]
All tobacco products, liquor bottles and outlets selling these products will soon have to carry a health warning that giving or selling intoxicants to a child is a punishable crime with up to seven years of rigorous imprisonment and fine of up to Rs 1 lakh according to rules under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015. The rules are...
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`Hamare kehne par Ram Rajya aa jayega', asks apex court [Reported on Times of India 27th August 2016 Kolkata]
Can't Pass Omnibus Orders, It Says On Encroachment Plea Holding that the judiciary had serious limitations in solving the multitude of problems plaguing society despite the public's immense faith in it, the Supreme Court said it could not ensure “Ram rajya (ideal governance)“ in the country through its orders. A bench headed by Chief Justice T S...
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Rash drivers must pay the price: SC [Reported on Times of India 27th August 2016 Kolkata]
Concerned over the menace of rash and negligent driving which claims nearly 400 lives on Indian roads every day , the the Supreme Court said on Friday that the two-year imprisonment for the offence is grossly inadequate and called for harsher punishment. Holding that the present punishment has failed to act as a deterrent and criticizing the government, a bench of...
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SC backs Maha ban on tossing cash at dancers [Reported in Times of India 31st August 2016 Kolkata]
The Supreme Court has supported the Maharashtra government's new law banning showering of currency notes on girls in dance bars, but questioned it for allegedly putting unnecessary conditions on bar owners like installation of CCTV cameras inside and ban on serving liquor during performances, which are in violation of the apex court's directives. A bench of Justices...
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