Timely completion of corporate insolvency resolution under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code continues to remain a challenge
Despite of corporate insolvency resolution process initiated under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, only 15% of cases have been resolved. Progress still continues to be a challenge.
Lawyers- Delhi Police Clash- Police protesting on roads against the clash- Congress takes a dig at BJP
Police protesting on the streets of Delhi is a “new low” for India since Independence and shows Home Minister Amit Shah’s “failure of leadership”, the said Congress taking a dig at BJP leader Amit Shah on Tuesday, alleging law and order has collapsed in Delhi.
Gujrat’s anti-terror Law gets a nod from President Ram Nath Kovind
Gujrat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill, 2015, gets approved by the president and will now allow intercepted audio conversations and confessions to te police to be presented as evidence before the court and allows the police to detain a person without bail.
Arms act amendment proposed- From three to only one gun allowed to Indian gun holders
No Indian citizen will now be allowed to possess more than one licensed firearm like currently the gun owners are allowed three in possession.
17,500 Children Rape cases in a Year. The Law to Ensure Justice for Them Wasn’t Used in 10,000 Cases
In 2017, out of the 17,557 cases of child rape registered in India under the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offenses Act (POCSO), which is a special act meant to deal with sexual crimes against the minors was not invoked in more than 10,000 or 57 percent of the cases, Reveals the latest data released last month under the ‘Crime in India’.
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.
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.
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.