India’s Abortion law is failing the women who need it the most
The rape victims and even minors, in this case, are not supported through the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, as a minor rape victim was compelled to deliver the baby of her rapist after the Madras High Court refused to grant her abortion.
Bids from Air India are invited to evaluate labor issues
Air India invites bids from law firms to evaluate labor issues as it prepares for its disinvestment in Air India Ltd, Air India Express Ltd. and Air India SATS Airport Services Pvt. Ltd. (AISATS. The law firm will look into issues such as existing arrangements with employees, employee benefits, labor disputes, etc.
Chinmayanand Case- After hours of investigation, SIT finally finds laptop and pen drive that probably hold the proof of sexual assault of law student
After 12-hour questioning the BJP leader DPS Rathore, the special investigation team (SIT) finally gets the laptop and pen drive of Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand who has been accused of sexually assaulting a law student.
The laptop and the pen drive are likely to hold proofs relating to the case.
After the Tiz Hazari clash between the lawyers and the Delhi Police, Lawyers protest outside SC demanding law for the protection of lawyers
The lawyers in Delhi are protesting outside the Supreme Court demanding the enforcement of the Lawyers Protection Act and Rs. 10 Lakh should be given to the injured advocates in the clash.
Bar elections at Tiz Hazari court and karkardooma district courts postponed by Delhi High Court
Following the clash between the lawyers and Delhi police. Bar elections of the bar associations have been postponed by the HC.
The Supreme Court of India questions Delhi govt over the odd-even scheme
The AAP govt has been questioned by the SC over launching the odd-even vehicle rotation scheme on Monday, as to why it stopped plying of cars that are less polluting in comparison to two and three-wheelers and taxis.
Bombay High Court asks RBI to file an affidavit on PMC Bank crisis, list steps taken for depositors
The Bombay High Court on Monday asked the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to file an affidavit and appraise the court about the steps to protect the interest of Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank account holders.
The Bombay HC has said if the RBI gives a reasonable explanation in its affidavit, the court will not interfere in the matter.
Madras High Court asks why can’t the poor afford NEET coaching
The Madras High Court has observed that the poor cannot afford NEET coaching as its expense goes up to Rs. 5 lakhs and this is a disadvantage to the poor as those who attend private coaching classes secure medial seats.