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‘Combat negative energy by planting trees’ – Delhi High Court orders two families having personal enmity to plant 400 trees as ‘punishment’

The court also asked the IO to explore the possibility of geo-tagging the saplings so that the appropriate authority could monitor their progress.

France passes law granting police the power to spy on people through mobile phones

As France grapples with rising violence and ongoing riots primarily involving Islamic refugees, the passage of this law reflects the government's determination to combat the security challenges faced by the country.

Indore: Government Law College’s principal resigns amid protests over a banned anti-Hindu book kept in the library

Protests swept New Government Law College in Indore after an anti-Hindu book was found in the institute's library.

As sex toy store Besharam caught misusing Raja Ravi Varma painting, legality of their business questioned: Here is what the laws say

Questions have been raised on the legality of the business being conducted by Besharam, which sells sex toys in India

Meet Suraj Singh, the only visually impaired lawyer practising in the J&K and Ladakh High Court, and now appointed as a Government advocate

Suraj Singh who hails from Jammu has been a practicing lawyer in the J&K and Ladakh High Court for over a decade.

Jindal Global Law School professor peddles anti-India rhetoric, tells students that J&K is ‘India occupied Kashmir’

Assistant Prof. Arijeet Ghosh in an ongoing class was seen peddling Anti-India rhetoric on Kashmir, telling students that Kashmir is 'India Occupied Kashmir'.

Supreme Court curtailing the inherent powers of the High Courts: Neither legal, nor justified

B.V. Acharya, senior advocate and former Advocate General, Karnataka, argues why the Supreme Court should not restrict High Courts.

Gujarat govt implements stringent law to curb the menace of forced religious conversion. Read who all can be held guilty

The Gujarat government has notified the Gujarat Freedom of Religion (Amendment) Bill 2021 with effect from June 15 to curb the menace of forced religious conversion in the state

Russian court fines Twitter for failing to delete illegal content including child pornography and drug abuse

Twitter was penalised in April too. It was slowed down by the Roskomnadzor for failing to delete over 3000 posts related to banned-illegal content.

Madrasas, Schools and Churches to fall under MP ‘Love Jihad’ law, could lose govt aid and land if found helping forced conversion

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the proposed law will protect daughters from being misled by people with malicious intent.

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