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Life support

Politely but firmly, the man in line to be the next chief justice of India has indicated that the debate over judicial activism on environmental issues is misguided, because protecting the environment is the court's constitutional duty. At an ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

Book on Sayajirao III's contribution to law and justice released at MSU

VADODARA: A book highlighting contributions of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in the fields of law and justice in the erstwhile Baroda state was released on Saturday evening at the Premanand Hall of M S University's Faculty of Arts. The book 'Nyay ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Justice catches up with Bangladesh's war criminals

When US President Barack Obama alighted from his bulletproof car on Rajpath on Jan 26, he was received by a steady drizzle before being ushered to a bulletproof enclosure for viewing the Republic Day parade. The colossal and colorful crowd showed ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Police told not to file charge-sheet against insurance officer

In a unique case, the Bombay High Court has asked the police not to file a charge-sheet against Hetal Madhubhai Mehta, a development officer (DO) of an insurance company LIC, who has been allegedly dragged into a dispute (matrimonial spat) between ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 months ago

SC verdict on validity of Section 66A of IT Act on Tuesday

T A bench of justices J Chelameswar and R F Nariman had on February 26 reserved its judgement after Government concluded its arguments contending that section 66A of the Information Technology Act cannot be "quashed" merely because of the ...
 Moneycontrol.com6 days ago Modi government says it differed with UPA ministry's stand on Section 66A of IT Act  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Freedom of speech online? Supreme Court verdict shortly  Rediff.com6 days ago Freedom of Speech online: SC verdict on Section 66A Today  Sify6 days ago

Online humour, political dissent allowed: Government

ical dissent and decent humour cannot be prohibited," additional solicitor general Tushar Mehta told a bench comprising Justices J Chelameswar and R F Nariman. NEW DELHI: People cannot be prosecuted for expressing political dissent and posting decent humour ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

SC Refers To UK Verdicts to Show 'Vagueness' of Sec 66A

Two UK verdicts, cited by the Centre to save its controversial cyber law provision, today boomeranged as the Supreme Court used them to demonstrate the "vagueness" of the terms used in the section which was struck off. Additional Solicitor ...
 Outlook India5 days ago SC refers UK verdicts to show vagueness of S-66A of IT Act  Economic Times5 days ago
Manorama Online

SC strikes down sec 66A of IT Act, upholds freedom of speech

Yahoo India 41 minutes ago NEW DELHI: In a historic verdict related to the freedom of speech on the Internet, the Supreme Court on Tuesday scrapped Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, terming it as unconstitutional. Justices J ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago Supreme Court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act  Manorama Online6 days ago Supreme Court scraps Section 66A of IT Act  Deccan Herald6 days ago SC upholds free speech online, strikes down 'vague' Sec 66A of IT Act  Samaylive6 days ago

Arrest over Facebook Post: Supreme Court to Hear Plea Today

File Photo: Supreme Court. New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear an application seeking explanation from the Uttar Pradesh Government for arresting a school student for allegedly sharing a post criticising senior Minister Azam Khan, on a ...
 NDTV1 week ago Arrest over FB comment: SC to hear plea on Friday  ProKerala.com1 week ago Srinivasan back in court glare  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago SC pulls up centre on Ganga action  The Statesman2 months ago

Holdover Foreign Policy

Earlier in the year, the Pakistani columnist Ayaz Amir voiced the futility, apropos prime minister Nawaz Sharif's efforts to get imaginative policies out of the advisers around him, of churning butter from water. A similar problem may be affecting ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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