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Mar 07, 2019
Sunanda Pushkar death case: Shashi Tharoor accuses former AIIMS forensic chief of concealing autopsy reportCongress leader Shashi Tharoor told a Delhi court that former AIIMS forensic chief concealed the post-mortem report of his wife Sunanda Pushkar
Feb 28, 2019
SC stays 13 Feb order directing eviction of 11.8 lakh forest dwellers; asks state govts for reasons behind rejecting land claimsThe Supreme Court stayed its 13 February order directing 21 states to evict 11.8 lakh illegal forest dwellers whose claims over the land have been rejected
Feb 25, 2019
AIBE XIII Result 2019: Bar Council of India to declare scores soon; check allindiabarexamination.comThe AIBE XIII 2019 was conducted on 23 December, 2018. Candidates, who have appeared for the written examination can check and download their results from the official website, allindiabarexamination.com.
Dec 20, 2018
Lok Sabha passes 'historic' bill which bans commercial surrogacy; single parents, same-sex couples not entitledThe Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016 that prohibits commercial surrogacy and allows close relatives to act as surrogates to needy infertile couples for "altruistic" reasons.
Nov 22, 2018
What the judiciary needs is CJI Ranjan Gogoi's plan to curb pendency, make justice accessible, not his petulance and irascibilityJustice Ranjan Gogoi said that delay in justice is bringing the judiciary into disrepute, and that he had a plan for (a) resolving the problem of arrears (3.3 crore cases in Indian courts) and (b) providing access to justice to the poverty stricken people, a plan which he would soon unfold.
Oct 25, 2018
Kolkata law university offers Harry Potter course, gives students chance to explore legal aspects in 'wizarding world'According to a statement by NUJS, the Harry Potter series vividly exposes the limitations of laws and institutions.
Oct 16, 2018
#MeToo and Indian workplaces: Advocate Sonal Mattoo on the movement's lessons for organisationsAs #MeToo allegations continue to tumble out on social media, what is the mandate for Indian workplaces? Advocate Sonal Mattoo spoke with Firstpost about the way ahead.
Oct 11, 2018
#MeToo: Beyond naming harassers, women must file FIR; taking legal recourse may not be as scary as it seemsHaving named their harassers, women must take #Metoo campaign in India to the next level and break the culture of inaction, so that #MeToo does not become as misbegotten as its perpetrators
Sep 26, 2018
Media outlets express concerns about SC judgment on disqualification of politicians facing criminal chargesMedia outlets across the country took to express their views on the Supreme Court's decision and discuss the realistic possibility of successfully implementing it.
Sep 25, 2018
Full text: Supreme Court judgment on disqualification of politicians facing criminal charges from contesting electionsThe Supreme Court on Tuesday left the matter of disqualification of politicians carrying criminal charges against them, to the Parliament saying that the Court cannot add to the grounds of disqualification.