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Oct 08, 2017
Government rejects Election Commission proposal to bar candidates who fail to clear dues from contesting pollsThe government has rejected an Election Commission (EC) proposal to bar candidates, who have failed to clear dues such as government house rent, electricity and power bills, from contesting elections.
Sep 18, 2017
Vijay Mallya episode: Law Ministry okays draft bill on fugitive economic offendersFugitive Economic Offenders Bill 2017 will give powers to the government to confiscate property of economic offenders and defaulters who flee India, albeit with a new provision
Sep 05, 2017
Centre's reluctance to safeguard 'transgender rights' in wages bill regressive, shows judicial wins alone don't end discriminationBy refusing to specify 'third gender' within the wages bill, the law ministry has suggested that transgender identity and rights be negated, and that goes completely against the tenets of the NALSA verdict
Aug 06, 2017
Bofor scam: BJP's Ajay Agrawal requests Supreme Court for an early hearingAn application has been moved in the Supreme Court seeking early hearing of the politically sensitive Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-off case
Jul 16, 2017
Railways biggest govt litigant with over 66,000 cases pending across country: Law ministryThe railway ministry is the biggest litigant among the government departments as it is a party to over 66,000 cases pending in courts across the country, the law ministry says.
Jun 29, 2017
KK Venugopal likely to be next attorney general after Mukul RohatgiVenugopal, 86, is likely to represent the government as a law officer for the second time as he was one of the Additional Solicitors General during the Morarji Desai government.
Jun 01, 2017
Government mulls new law on out-of-court settlements to ease load on judiciaryThe government is considering a new law on voluntary out-of-court settlements to ease the massive load of cases on the judiciary.
May 04, 2017
Disclose action taken on complaint against ex-CJI Altamas Kabir: CIC to SCCIC also asked Central Public Information Officer of the Supreme Court to furnish details of the number of complaints rejected or accepted against Kabir and other judges
May 02, 2017
India's Disability Act gets delayed by over a month due to 'procedural lapse'The process for implementation of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act has been delayed by over a month after the Social Justice Ministry, "in a procedural lapse", tried to notify the rules before the Act came into force.
Apr 30, 2017
Election Commission to govt: Disqualify candidates named in charge sheets for bribing voters for 5 yearsNew Delhi: The Election Commission will tell the government to disqualify for up to 5 years candidates listed in charge sheets for bribing voters, a move which comes after it found that "innovative ways" were used for luring electors in a Tamil Nadu bypoll.