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Apr 22, 2019
Despite not participating in Lok Sabha polls, Chhattisgarh's transgender community is slowly changing electoral landscapeAt least in Chhattisgarh, transgenders are increasingly becoming a part of the political field
Feb 01, 2019
Budget 2019: Things to watch for in the new mega pension scheme; will it make Atal Pension Yojana redundant?The Atal Pension Yojana levies heavy penalties for delay in paying monthly contributions, or inability to pay contributions for certain months.
Dec 31, 2018
Year-ender quiz: From SC fighting for gender equality to Kim Jong-un meeting world leaders, test your knowledge of events in 2018From SC fighting for gender equality to Kim Jong-un meeting world leaders, take this special year-ender quiz to test your knowledge of events in 2018
Sep 09, 2018
'Do not romance with litigation': Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra's advice to publicDipak Misra however, added that courts welcome people to litigate if they have genuine grievances.
May 11, 2018
SC approves compensation scheme for sexual assault, acid attack victims; proposal to be applicable across IndiaA victim of gangrape would now get a minimum compensation of Rs 5 lakh up to a maximum of Rs 10 lakh. This is part of a scheme proposed by NALSA on compensating the victims of sexual assaults and acid attacks, which was approved by the Supreme Court
Jan 30, 2018
SC slams Centre and states for neglect of widows, says nobody is interested in their welfareThe Supreme Court on Tuesday castigated the Centre and states for not taking necessary steps for the welfare of widows.
Jan 09, 2018
Supreme Court asks states for details of compensation to victims of sexual assault under Nirbhaya fundThe Supreme Court on Tuesday directed all states and union territories to give details on the payment of Nirbhaya and other funds as compensation to the victims of sexual offences and acid attacks.
Dec 13, 2017
Supreme Court directs Ministry of Home Affairs to consider establishing open jails across countryThe Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to convene a meeting of directors general or inspectors general of prisons of all states and union territories to discuss the feasibility of establishing open jails across the country.
Oct 24, 2017
India's forgotten widows: Govt must move beyond laws and actions plans, focus on social security and rehabilitationThe Supreme Court, this week, while dealing with the disconcerting issue of the deplorable conditions that widows in Vrindavan and other areas face, asked a very pertinent question : Do state commissions for women really exist?
Nov 05, 2016
Transgender bill fails to incorporate spirit of NALSA verdict, community fears denial of rightsPending in Lok Sabha, if the bill gets passed, it would reverse all the gains for dignity and equal rights that the community has collectively championed for in the past several decades.