Marriage and divorce: Women's financial rights
Usually, women do not know their financial or legal rights or how to secure these either when they are married or while they are going through a divorce. This story tells them how to secure themselves financially and their rights during a divorce.
Imminent need for uniform laws for ecommerce in India
A new policy is around the corner. The ideal way would be to have all digital businesse...
Divorce: Costs, documents needed and steps involved
Whether you are opting for a mutual consent divorce or contesting it, here are the detail...
Those opposing Padma Shri to Adnan Sami are not aware of Indian Law: Ram Vilas Paswan
He further said that when PM Modi has clarified that there is no talk of NRC at the moment, the opposition parties are unnecessary making it an issue.
SC notice on plea against Transgender Act
The petition, filed by Assam’s first transgender judge Swati Bidhan Baruah, through advocate-on-record Rashmi Nandkumar, alleged that the Transgender (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 was also violative of the fundamental right of privacy of transgenders as well as their right to life, dignity and equality.
2G scam case: CBI appeal infructuous in view of new anti-graft law, A Raja tells HC
Senior advocate Abhishek M Singhvi, appearing for Raja, told the court that the graft charges levelled against him and others in the case have been omitted in the new Prevention of Corruption Act of 2018 and therefore, prosecution in the instant matter cannot go on. Apart from Raja, his then private secretary R K Chandolia and former telecom secretary Siddharth Behura have also raised the issue.
EPC lenders move NCLT against Mauritian bidder
In November 2019, the Mumbai bench of the NCLT approved a resolution plan by Mauritius-based Royale Partners for EPC Constructions to revive the company that was previously known as Essar Projects India. The foreign investor had offered to put in around Rs 900 crore to revive the company, which owed more than Rs 7,700 crore to its financial and operational creditors.
View: The citizenship law reopens an old chapter in the uneasy Centre-state ties
As many as 12 states and two UTs are now ruled by parties that do'not agree with the BJP on several issues.
Ahead of EU debate on CAA, Congress accuses govt of internationalising issue
The powerful bloc of 28 nations is set to debate and vote on a motion tabled by a large chunk of its members against India's new citizenship law, which it alleges marks a "dangerous shift" in the country's citizenship regime. A total of six resolutions have been tabled by groups within the European Union.
AIMPLB moves SC for impleadment in pleas challenging validity of polygamy, nikah halala
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said the apex court has already dealt with the issue of practices of polygamy and nikah halala in its verdict of 1997 in which it had declined to entertain the petitions. "...personal laws do not derive their validity on the ground that they have been passed or made by a legislature," read the plea.
Next stop, Brexit: Britain's EU divorce bill becomes law
Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans announced Thursday in the House of Commons that the Withdrawal Agreement Act had received royal assent from Queen Elizabeth II, the final formality in its legislative journey. An identical announcement was made by the speaker of Parliament's upper House of Lords.
By rolling the dice, Ludo hits a six but squares up the law
Ludo King, arguably the most popular online game in India that has been downloaded 300 million times since it was launched on Google Play three years ago. There are 6 million daily active users while 75 million in a month are playing it. But as this board game of 4 tokens explode online, is it just an innocuous game from our childhood in its digital version or the starter kit for a gambling addition?
NCLAT sets aside insolvency proceedings against Raheja Developers
Earlier, on August 20 last year, the Delhi-based principal bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) had directed to initiate insolvency proceedings against the company over the plea filed by one of its flat buyers citing delay in the project and appointed an interim resolution professional.
World's most important human rights law: Roopa Ganguly on CAA
"In no way, the CAA will have any adverse impact on Indian citizens. Opposition parties are spreading lies and misleading people for narrow political purpose," she said.
Census data confidential; guaranteed under laws: RGI
"While confidentiality about your data is guaranteed by Census Act, 1948; the same law specifies penalty for BOTH public AND census officials for non-compliance or violation of any provision of the Act," the RGI said.
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