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Much worse than MCOCA: Why the President shouldn't clear Gujarat's anti-terror bill

Apr 01, 2015

Much worse than MCOCA: Why the President shouldn't clear Gujarat's anti-terror bill

India has had a history of stringent anti-terror and anti-organised crime laws that have been misused. #OnOurMind #India #Gujarat #Law #Maharashtra #MCOCA #Constitution #GUJTOC
Use of black money during polls has to be checked with strong law, says EC

Mar 30, 2015

Use of black money during polls has to be checked with strong law, says EC

Batting for a "strong law" regarding political funding, Election Commission on Monday said use of black money during elections has to be checked as it creates imbalance in a democratic system. #India #Black money #Law #Election Commission #TheySaidIt #polls
DK Ravi death case: CID deleted CCTV footage from his residence, claims family

Mar 25, 2015

DK Ravi death case: CID deleted CCTV footage from his residence, claims family

In another twist to the mysterious death of Bengaluru IAS officer DK Ravi, his father-in-law has now alleged that the CID has deleted CCTV footage found from the officer's residence. #CBI #Karnataka #TheySaidIt #Bengaluru #father-in-law #CID #DK Ravi
Flipside of dowry law: Men recall how Section 498(A) is unfairly used against them

Mar 25, 2015

Flipside of dowry law: Men recall how Section 498(A) is unfairly used against them

The Supreme Court has said in a recent order that Section 498A has "dubious place of pride amongst the provisions that are used as a weapon rather than a shield by disgruntled wives". #HowThisWorks #Supreme Court #Dowry #Laws #Harassment #Section 498A #dowry laws
Striking down 66A: Did SC also say that internet offences can draw higher penalties?

Mar 25, 2015

Striking down 66A: Did SC also say that internet offences can draw higher penalties?

The same bench which struck down section 66A also held that IT crimes can have different punishments than what is prescribed under the Indian Penal Code for the same offence #CriticalPoint #Freedom of Speech #Supreme Court Judgment #Section 66A #Article 14 #Equality Before Law
BJP doesn't support ghar wapsi: Anti-conversion law is need of the hour, says BJP leader

Mar 25, 2015

BJP doesn't support ghar wapsi: Anti-conversion law is need of the hour, says BJP leader

Amdist ongoing row over "ghar wapsi", BJP leader and Union Minister Kalraj Mishra today said an anti-coversion law was needed and every party must support it. #BJP #TheySaidIt #Kalraj Mishra #Conversions #Reconversions #anti-conversion law #ghar wapsi
90% private firms, govt offices don't have anti-sexual harassment cells: The hypocrisy of an outraged India

Mar 18, 2015

90% private firms, govt offices don't have anti-sexual harassment cells: The hypocrisy of an outraged India

Women and child development minister Maneka Gandhi confessed that 90 percent of the country's corporate establishments and government offices don't have anti-sexual harassment cells. #Sexual harassment #Women in India #Maneka Gandhi #Indian corporates #Vishakha guidelines #anti-sexual harassment laws in India
CBI suspects more officials, corporates involves in document sale

Mar 13, 2015

CBI suspects more officials, corporates involves in document sale

CBI on Friday carried out searches in Mumbai on a law firm and a Chartered Accountant in connection with its probe into alleged sale of confidential government documents on government policy to corporate groups. #CBI #Mumbai #Crime #corporate #Chitale Law Associates #Mitesh J Majithia
Law panel bats for stronger Election Commission, submits report to govt

Mar 13, 2015

Law panel bats for stronger Election Commission, submits report to govt

Law Commission has pitched for a stronger Election Commission by giving equal constitutional protection to all members of the poll body and appointing the CEC and the two ECs by a high-powered collegium. #India #NewsTracker #Election Commission #parliament #Law Commission #collegium
In event of conflict, central legislations will override state laws, says SC

Mar 12, 2015

In event of conflict, central legislations will override state laws, says SC

The Supreme Court has said that in the event of conflict, the central legislations will override the state laws on subjects like university and education where both have the power to legislate. #Supreme Court #Education #TheySaidIt #SC #university #Central legislation #state laws