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Parliamentary Panel on Lokpal to seek 2nd extension
State Times

Report on holding simultaneous Parliament, state polls in Nove...

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice is headed by Rajya Sabha MP, EM Sudarsana Natchiappan of Congress. CHANDIGARH: A Parliamentary committee, looking into the feasibility of holding simultaneous Lok Sabha and ... Economic Times, 5 days ago
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Frontier Post

Bill approved to punish culprits in child abuse cases

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly€s Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights approved on Thursday, a bill to amend the criminal law regarding punishment of culprits in child abuse cases.The bill states that the offenders guilty of abuse ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago Parliamentary committee bats for commercial courts bill  Prokerala2 months ago

Hopeful on simultaneous general, assembly elections: Parliament panel

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice, which is exploring the possibility of aligning the Lok Sabha and assembly polls across India, on Tuesday expressed hope of a consensus, and support from all stakeholders.Interacting with media persons ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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The Hindu

Colonial law stands in way of renaming Madras High Court, says expert

Even a Tamil name board at the Madras High Court Bench in Madurai uses the word Madras and not Chennai.— Photo: G. Moorthy. A section of lawyers and law students from Madurai and Chennai have planned to jointly revive their agitation from ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Age limits for law courses: Why the Madras HC's order may contradict earlier decisions  Bar & Bench1 week ago
NDTV

Parliament Panel Rejects Report Seeking to Streamline Green Laws

The government's efforts to 'streamline' green laws has run into trouble with Parliament's standing committee on science and technology and environment seeing red over the move. Congress lawmaker and former Minister Dr Ashwani Kumar who chairs the ...
 NDTV1 month ago Parliament panel rejects report on changes in eco laws  Times of India1 month ago House Panel rejects Subramanian report on overhaul of green laws  Business Standard1 month ago Review of environmental laws 'absolute necessity': CSE  Business Standard1 month ago
DAWN Group

Pak parliamentary committee set to take up Hindu marriage bills today

The Pakistani parliamentary committee is finally set to take up the Hindu marriage bills today. The National Assembly Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights will review a private member bill, namely the Hindu Marriage Act 2014. The committee, ...
 Sify1 month ago Senate, NA committees to discuss child protection rights  DAWN Group2 weeks ago National Peace Committee: Where is the wolf?  Daily Sun1 week ago Pakistan still waits for law on Hindu marriage  Asian Age1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Govt upholds net neutrality, aims to make internet free and fair

The Department of Telecom (DoT) commits to make internet free and fair and thereby upholds the long-standing demand for net neutrality. The report on Net Neutrality by a DoT panel led by AK Bhargava has been made public and has 24 recommendations. The report has slammed telecom companies and has laid down recommendations that will aim to ensure internet in India remains free and fair.  The Committee recommended that "the core principles of Net Neutrality must be adhered to. The ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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MHA panel bats for Delhi police functional autonomy

The Union home ministry’s parliamentary standing committee on Monday batted for the Delhi police, saying that the force needed more functional autonomy. The visit of the standing committee, which will submit its report to Parliament, to the Delhi police ...
 Asian Age2 months ago 'Manhandled', arrested by Delhi police, Yogendra Yadav released on bail  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

MPs oppose PPP models for Kolkata, Chennai

In a setback to the proposed privatisation of Kolkata and Chennai airports, members of parliamentary standing committee on transport, tourism and culture have opposed the government's move to hand over the two airports to private firms on a public-private ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Panel to examine PPP of Kolkata, Chennai airports  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
Business Insider Australia

China just introduced a debt ceiling for local government borrowing, already at a 'high risk' level

For the first time in China's modern history, the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee has introduced a debt ceiling for local government debt, setting it at 16 trillion yuan ($2.5 trillion) for 2015 according to a report in the ...
 Business Insider Australia1 day ago Top legislature ends bi-monthly session, adopting amnesty deal in China  Arabstoday.net2 days ago Lawmakers support empowering county, township-level legislatures  People.com.cn5 days ago Top legislator calls for 'building a world of greater justice, democracy' at UN  Ecns.cn6 hours ago
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