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'No Lokpal in current scenario': Why has Modi govt taken a U-turn?
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On December 7, 2016, the Supreme Court had asked the

Centre to place before it a copy of the report of a parliamentary standing committee suggesting amendments to the Lokpal law, and sought to know about the changes required to make the anti-graft ombudsman functional. DNA, 1 month ago

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Military court should hear Marshal lynching case: Pak Senate

[Pakistan], April 19 (ANI): The Pakistan Senate Standing Committee on Interior wants the lynching case of Mashal Khan to be sent to military courts instead of holding a judicial inquiry. The Senate body on Tuesday asked the government to refer the case to a ...
 Sify1 week ago Pak Senate committee approves RTI Bill 2016  Sify2 months ago

Par panel proposes separate law for CBI; govt opposes

Terming as inadequate the powers given to CBI, a parliamentary committee has suggested separate statute for the premier probe agency to replace the more than 70-year-old legislation that mandates its working at present. The Delhi Special Police Establishment ...
 Business Standard2 months ago No decision taken on separate law for CBI: Govt  Business Standard1 month ago
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What would happen if 'Kashmir's law' was applied to India Inc

When powers vested by the Finance Bill 2017 begin to get mildly used, fellow Indians living in the corporate bubble will get a faint whiff of what life can be like when you run a grocery store in the streets of Kashmir or the North East. Until then, says Somasekhar Sundaresan, there will be no let-up in the enthusiasm to wage war on social media against civilians being punished for protesting against government excesses. Almost everyone in the Indian corporate world has a view on the ongoing ...
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Muslim Personal Law Board to adopt social media to clarify Sharia laws

In a bid to clear confusion over Sharia laws, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has decided to tread the social media path and also explore the possibility of starting a TV news channel and newspaper. The board has decided to constitute a special social media committee, which will provide clear information about various issues pertaining to divorce, marriage, halala, warisana haq (inhertiance rights) and women's rights among other issues. It will also convey the board's stand on these ...
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Proposed surrogacy law says no parenthood for singles

Bollywood celebrities like Karan Johar and Tusshar Kapoor became proud fathers via surrogacy but other aspiring singles may face roadblocks as a proposed law restricts this method by allowing only legally wedded couples. Several experts including lawyers and ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Par panel questions service tax exemption for Haj PTOs

A Parliamentary panel has questioned exemption given to Haj private tour operators (PTOs) from paying service tax. The standing committee on social justice and empowerment has in its 39th report suggested the government to consider imposition of the tax on ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Russia probe: 20 people to be questioned in Senate Intelligence Committee's first hearing

The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked 20 people to be questioned in its investigation of Russian interference in last year's presidential election.The panel will hold its first public hearing on Thursday."This one is one of the biggest investigations ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Strict punishment in the offing for misleading advertisements

The government will come out with a new consumer protection law and strict punishment will be meted out to entities which put out misleading advertisements, Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said today. While acknowledging that a number of false and misleading ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Australian report urges ban on foreign political donations

An Australian parliamentary committee has recommended a ban on political donations from foreign companies and individuals. Unlike the United States and many other countries that ban foreign donations, Australian law has never distinguished between donors from ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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