At least 100 million plants, animals are internationally trafficked each year and the trade is said to be worth between USD 4-20 billion per year.
India would probably be a dictatorship, if not for Nani and a ‘Bharat Ratna’ is the least we can do to honour the man
Catholic priest, nun sentenced to life in Sister Abhaya murder case; duo to serve seven years for evidence tampering
The court, on Tuesday, had found the two guilty of the murder of Sister Abhaya, who was found dead in a well in St Pius Convent in Kottayam in Kerala in 1992
With films like Atomic Blonde, The Old Guard, Wonder Woman, Black Widow, there's a crucial emergence of action woman, highlighting women who take up space, swagger and sometimes wildly crash
Earlier, the top court had said there was "no merit in charging interest on interest" for deferred loan payment installments during the moratorium period announced in wake of the pandemic
SC holds Prashant Bhushan in contempt: How can 2 tweets shake foundations of law and imperil Indian democracy?
If the Supreme Court is convinced that what Prashant Bhushan has said is false, then surely it is up to the court to show that it is so. If, however, what Bhushan has said is true, then the damage to the institution wrought by the actions of the past four CJIs is greater than two tweets talking about it could ever be
SC's actions in Prashant Bhushan, Twitter case show court as vehicle for administration, not dispenser of justice
If Twitter has an obligation to unilaterally take down tweets without an order, then the SC must not just state the source of this obligation but also spell out when this obligation is activated
In 1933, Erle Stanley Gardner finished his first Perry Mason novel. When he died in 1970, he had finished more than 80 books in the series.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) has been postponed by one month to help accommodate students appearing for the remaining CBSE board examinations
Legal portal Law Sikho apologises for webinar criticised as being sexist, but fiasco serves as reminder of issues plaguing the industry
Law Sikho, a portal that claims to be the “world's most advanced practical legal training” tool, held a webinar only for men on 15 May titled ‘How can busy professionals have a dating life’. The webinar, criticised for objectifying women and normalising harassment, is a reminder of the sexism that is rampant in the legal industry
Nirmala Sitharaman's COVID-19 package invites social criticism, but she may have more cards up her sleeves
Nirmala Sitharaman's advisers have been speaking of why fiscal prudence is important to avoid India being downgraded from investment grade by global credit rating agencies
Theatre owners irked by direct-to-digital release of Indian films, say it can never replace traditional moviegoing experience
Even though exhibitors are unhappy with producers choosing to go the digital way, they still think that OTT platforms will never be an alternative for the moviegoing audience.
Coronavirus outbreak has revealed big gaps in healthcare, law enforcement in India; time for reforms is now
India has no national mechanism to track and manage data for all coronavirus positive persons across the country. Where they go, what happens to them, how they fare, what their trajectories are
Crime, courtroom drama in Indian entertainment: How the genres sway popular opinion on law and judiciary
The report studies the way in which the police and judiciary are represented in Indian entertainment in crime and courtroom narratives, and its impact on shaping citizens’ understanding of these institutions and the democracy-building project, at large.
Protests over Citizenship Act reach West Bengal; agitators demanding revocation of law vandalise railway stations, block roads
Protests over the amended Citizenship Act reached the shores of West Bengal on Friday, with agitators resorting to violence and arson at railway stations and thoroughfares across the state, seeking immediate revocation of the law
AIBE Result 2019: Bar Council of India announces results of All India Bar Examination, check scores at allindiabarexamination.com
The AIBE XIV 2019 exam was conducted on 15 September.
Black customers asked to change tables at Chicago restaurant; attorney demands training of employees for 'racially charged situations'
An attorney representing a group of black customers who say they were asked to change tables at a Chicago-area Buffalo Wild Wings because of their skin color urged the restaurant chain Tuesday to make wholesale changes to avoid a discrimination lawsuit
Qandeel Baloch honour killing: Pakistan court sentences social media star’s brother to life imprisonment, five others acquitted
The brother of Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch was on Friday sentenced to life in prison for her murder - the country's highest-profile 'honour killing'
Supreme Court refuses to intervene after JD(U) MP's self-proclaimed wife moves plea seeking to live with him
JD(U) Rajya Sabha MP Mahendra Prasad, popularly known as 'King Mahendra', has found himself in a peculiar legal tangle wherein a woman has knocked at the doors of the Supreme Court seeking to live with him claiming to be his legally wedded wife
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to address UN Climate Action Summit in New York; Donald Trump to meet Imran Khan on sidelines of UNGA session today; day's top stories
Here are the day's top stories: Narendra Modi to address UN Climate Action Summit in New York today; Chinmayanand arrested: Shahjahanpur student to appear before Allahabad HC on Monday; and more