PM GARIB KALYAN ROJGAR ABHIYAN, DETAILS UNVEILED

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharamn unveils the details of Pm Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan. She explained that livelihood opportunities will come up in 116 districts spread over the six states where the number of migrant workers is much in quantity. The rural public work scheme will also be launched on June 20, by Prime Minister Narendra … Continue reading PM GARIB KALYAN ROJGAR ABHIYAN, DETAILS UNVEILED

DELHI HIGH COURT RULES IN FAVOUR OF A STUDENT WHO WAS DETAINED FOR HAVING INADEQUATE ATTENDANCE IN SPITE OF BEING ALLOWED TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATIONS

High Court of Delhi rules in favour of the student who was detained for not having adequate attendance despite being allowed to appear in her exams. The petitioner argued that she had made multiple attempts to enquire if she was eligible to sit for the examinations. She further drew court's attention to clause 9.2 of … Continue reading DELHI HIGH COURT RULES IN FAVOUR OF A STUDENT WHO WAS DETAINED FOR HAVING INADEQUATE ATTENDANCE IN SPITE OF BEING ALLOWED TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATIONS

SUPREME COURT STAYS ANNUAL RATH YATRA IN PURI DUE TO COVID-19

An  organisation from Odisha, move to the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the possible celebration of the annual Rath Yatra at Puri's Jagannath Temple on June 23, in the light of increasing COVID-19 cases. Stating the event of the Tablighi Jamaat, the plea stated that religious flock can cause a shoot in COVID-19 cases, thus in … Continue reading SUPREME COURT STAYS ANNUAL RATH YATRA IN PURI DUE TO COVID-19

NO NEED TO ‘USE THE LATHIS’ TO CHECK THE PRESENCE OF CORONAVIRUS: TELANGANA HC TO POLICE

The Telangana High Court on Wednesday caused a commotion over entries made by the State Police to legitimize their utilization of lathis (twirly doos) while checking vehicles to "see whether coronavirus was available or not."The Court was managing a PIL moved raising complaint over police abundances submitted under the pretense of checking the consistence of … Continue reading NO NEED TO ‘USE THE LATHIS’ TO CHECK THE PRESENCE OF CORONAVIRUS: TELANGANA HC TO POLICE

Today, Supreme Court will hear a PIL for directions to the UOI to file a case before the ICJ seeking for US$600 billion in damages from the China for spreading the COVID-19 pandemic.

Today, Supreme Court will hear a PIL for directions to the Union of India to file a case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) seeking for 600 billion US dollars in damages from the People's Republic of China for spreading the COVID-19 pandemic. Petitioner stated that the People's Republic of China has deliberately created … Continue reading Today, Supreme Court will hear a PIL for directions to the UOI to file a case before the ICJ seeking for US$600 billion in damages from the China for spreading the COVID-19 pandemic.

INHIBITOR DESIRE FOR INFORMATION: RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND SUPREME COURT

Shivani VyasYaadvi Dhawan “The right to know is the right to live”   - Aruna Roy INTRODUCTION Right to Information is that the bulwark of democratic government.This right is essential for the right functioning of the democratic process. Right to Information is an integral a part of the liberty of speech and expression enshrined in … Continue reading INHIBITOR DESIRE FOR INFORMATION: RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND SUPREME COURT

ONLINE PRIVACY

Akshat Mehta Online privacy is linked with the E-Contracts. In the contemporary world each and every transition over internet is governed in the form of E-Contracts. E-Contracts don’t have recognition under Indian Contract Act 1872, but internationally these have been recognized for the first time under Article 13 of the UN convention on Contracts for … Continue reading ONLINE PRIVACY

Death Penalty and United Nations

Gauri Gupta “ The taking of life is too absolute, too irreversible, for one human being to inflict it on another, even when backed by legal process.” UN Secretary GeneralBan Ki-moon Death penalty is not yet prohibited under the International law. However, it’s abolition is encouraged and may be imposed within very strict limitations. According … Continue reading Death Penalty and United Nations

The Data Protection Regime in India

DEEKSHA SHUKLA Information from individuals is often stated to be the fuel that will power our new digital economy. India has 560 million users and the second largest online market in the world. Due to the increase in internet penetration, debates around data theft and privacy have come to the forefront, and data protection has … Continue reading The Data Protection Regime in India

COVID-19: RELEASING OF PRISONERS AND IMPACT ON SOCIETY

Bijayini Namrata PatelDeepak Kumar While the world is battling a war against the novel Corona virus, individuals who are sitting inside their homes under the nationwide lockdown are battling another war with themselves. This is a war of dread, vulnerability, nervousness and even discouragement for a few. The World Health Organization (WHO) has proclaimed COVID-19 … Continue reading COVID-19: RELEASING OF PRISONERS AND IMPACT ON SOCIETY