Parliament passes the Criminal Procedure (Identification) Bill 2022: All you need to know about the bill on collection of information related to crimes
Criminal Procedure (Identification) Bill 2022 permits collection of identification data about persons for probe of crimes
Did you know: Ex-PM Manmohan Singh took 101 items gifted by various foreign leaders while leaving office
A Bose music system, a fancy Piaget ladies wrist watch and a carpet were the most expensive gift items PM Singh had retained.
Anti-drug laws to farm laws to UAPA: Are liberals undermining the Indian state by calling everything ‘draconian’?
If you reject everything from anti-drug laws to the voting system to the conviction of terrorists by the Supreme Court, what is left? Are you advocating for anarchy?
‘The Centre is free to take any action against Twitter if it does not comply with rules’: Delhi High Court
Delhi HC noted that Twitter has so far failed to comply with Indian IT rules and is already in contempt.
Accused over 16 years should be tried as adults under POCSO Act: Parliamentary panel raises concern over increase in sexual crimes against children
Parliamentary panel ld by Congress MP Anand Sharma suggests reducing the age limit for trial under POCSO Act to 16 years.
Indian law never defined “marriage”: Here is why govt needs to be involved in inter-faith “marriage”
A number of very different legal institutions are grouped under the loose word “marriage.” Naturally therefore, the government has to step in and make rules about how to move between these very different institutions.
Pakistan: Imran Khan’s attempts to woo FATF face hurdles from opposition parties over fears of misuse of laws against them
Imran Khan govt could not pass laws aimed at removing Pakistan from FATF grey list due to non-cooperation by opposition parties
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If the gory, gut-wrenching details of how Nirbhaya was subjected to fatal gang-rape do not ace the tests of rarest of the rare, inviting the maximum punishment of death penalty, what will?
Beware: spreading rumours about the Wuhan Coronavirus spread on social media can land you in jail for 6 months
While not following the lockdown can land one in jail for 6 months, anybody spreading rumours about the Wuhan Coronavirus spread can also land in jail for 6 months.
Nirbhaya rapist Mukesh Singh through his lawyer is now asking the court to allow him to file curative and mercy petitions till July 2021