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The Indian government bans import of refined palm oil – said a government notification on Wednesday, as New Delhi tries to curb imports from Malaysia following criticism from Kuala Lumpur on India’s actions in Kashmir and its new citizenship act

 Know the story in detail here– https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/foreign-trade/india-bans-import-of-refined-palm-oil-govt-notification/articleshow/73156929.cms

 

 

 The Supreme Court of India on Wednesday held that the state cannot deprive citizens of their private property without the sanction of law – forcibly disposing citizens of their private property without following the due process of law, would amount to violation of their human rights as well as their constitutional rights under article 300A of the Constitution

 Know the story in detail here –  https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/state-cannot-deprive-citizens-of-their-property-without-sanction-of-law-sc/articleshow/73160547.cms

 

 

 Police in India opens fire to clear the new citizenship amendment law protests– Indian police fired live rounds to break the protests by strikers taking part in a nationwide action against the Indian government‘s economic policies

 Know the story in detail here – https://gulfnews.com/world/asia/india/indian-police-open-fire-to-clear-caa-protests-1.1578491505401

 

 

 The Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday have approved an ordinance to amend the law in order to ease rules for auctioning of coal mines and opening it for steel and power sectors

 Know the story in detail here –  https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/govt-approves-ordinance-to-amend-law-to-ease-auction-of-coal-mines/articleshow/73154499.cms

 

 

 Centres second senior-most law officer, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, has approached the Supreme Court of India seeking transfer of all the cases challenging citizenship amendment act pending in various high courts to the Supreme Court

 Know the story in detail here – https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/centre-moves-supreme-court-to-transfer-pleas-against-caa-from-high-courts/story-SXY4jBaZxVmjxFeopo30CO.html

 

 

 The Supreme Court of India revives overseas probe against Gautam Adani‘s firms 

 Know the story in detail here –  https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/supreme-court-revives-overseas-probe-against-gautam-adanis-firms/articleshow/73154948.cms

 

 

 Kotak Mahindra bank versus RBI , Tata versus Mistry – India Inc’s week in court – the Bombay High Court will resume hearings on Kotak Mahindra bank‘s case against RBI today- the Supreme Court of India will hear an appeal by the $111 Tata group’s that’s seeking to quash a panel’s order to rehire the chairman it fired, on Friday

 Know the story in detail here – https://www.livemint.com/companies/news/kotak-mahindra-bank-vs-rbi-tata-vs-mistry-india-inc-s-week-in-court-11578460235266.html

 

 

 The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the response of the Aam Aadmi Party government and the prison authorities on a plea for contempt action against them for non-compliance of judicial orders regarding the appointment of a law officer in every jail in Delhi

 Know the story in detail here – https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/delhi-govt-contempt-action-1634978-2020-01-08

 

 

 The Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) deploying ambulances on the Bandra Worli Sea Link is a must as several persons unabashedly flout speed limits on the sea link, which may lead to accidents and hence the presence of ambulances is a must

 Know the story in detail here – https://www.freepressjournal.in/mumbai/ambulances-are-must-at-bandra-worli-sea-link-bombay-high-court

 

 

 Asserting that a majority of doctors, diagnostic labs and pharma firms are cheating patients across the country, the Madras High Court took notice of the practice of providing commissions doctors for promoting and prescribing drugs – the High Court directed the union health ministry, chemical and fertilizers ministry, national pharmaceutical pricing authority and Medical Council of India to explain regarding the action taken against such doctors for violating the code of conduct and accepting gifts, cash, hospitality or monetary grants from pharmaceutical firms and allied health sector industries in the past five years

 Know the story in detail here –  https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/india/cartel-of-doctors-pharma-firms-labs-fleecing-patients-madras-hc-4798551.html

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