Law in India
The 200 new Foreigners Tribunals are expected to be functional from October 1 as the government has cleared the decks by appointing 221 practising lawyers and retired civil servants and judicial officers as members of the tribunals. Why the move ..
Government has approved enemy property ordinance for fifth time. The ordinance will be sent to the President for re-promulgation. The amendment to the Enemy Property Act, 1968 has been passed in the Lok Sabha. It has been referred to the Parliamentary ..
The union cabinet has approved the ordinance on Payment of Wages Act that relates to the payment of wages. The ordinance facilitates central government administered establishments to pay salaries by cheque or credit salary in employees’ bank accounts. Accordingly, the ..
Jagdish Singh Khehar, has been appointed as the 44th Chief Justice of India. He will be the first Chief Justice from the Sikh community to become the CJI. He will take the oath of office on January 4 and will ..
The government has decided to establish a single, permanent Tribunal to adjudicate all inter-state river water disputes. It is set to be headed by a retired Supreme Court judge. In order to make the Tribunal’s award more effective, it is ..
The Supreme Court has directed that liquor stores cannot be operated within a distance of 500 metres of state and national highways throughout the country. The court has directed the government to remove the existing shops and remove all advertisements ..