Law Commission of India
Law Commission of India is an executive body which advices the ministry of law and justice on matters of legal reforms. For this purpose, it may undertake review of the existing laws, either upon reference made to it by the centre or suo motu. It also identifies obsolete laws and recommends their repeal. It has a fixed tenure and is composed of legal experts. A PIL was filed at the Supreme Court, calling for the declaration of the Law Commission as a ‘statutory body’.
Union Cabinet approves the constitution of 22nd Law Commission of India
The Union Cabinet of India recently approved to constitute the 22nd Law Commission of India. The ter...
22nd Law Commission of India approved by the Union Cabinet
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Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill approved by Union Cabinet
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Reforming the Law Commission
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Appointments and Removal Process of the Election Commissioners and Trust Deficit Among Political Parties
Often it is said that the root problem of trust deficit of opposition parties especially the regiona...
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