Legal aid Current Affairs, GK & News
On July 1, 2020, the Union Home Ministry constituted a high level committee to introduce reforms in criminal laws. Highlights The Committee has several leading legal academicians and will gather opinions online, consult with experts and collate materials and submit a report to the Government of India. The consultation process is to begin on July ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2020
On June 30, 2020, K K Venugopal was re-appointed as Attorney General of India. He has been appointed for a year. Highlights K K Venugopal, a senior advocate was re-appointed as attorney General of India. Also, Tushar Mehta was re-appointed as the Solicitor General for a period of three year. Mr Chetan Sharma, a senior ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
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The National Legal Services Day (NLSD) is celebrated every year on 9th of November in India to ensure reasonable fair and justice procedure for all citizens. It was first started by Supreme court of India (SCI) in the year 1995 to provide help and support to poor and weaker sections of the society. The Article ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: Constitution of India • Directive Principles • Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of India • Government of India • Law by country • Law in India • Legal aid • Standard of living • Supreme Court of India
The Law Commission and the Supreme Court recommended that India should have 50 judges per one million people, but the ratio continues to be abysmally low at 17 judges per one million people. Note: The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 was enacted to provide free and competent legal service to the weaker sections of the ..
In its effort to make legal aid easily accessible to the marginalized communities and citizens living in rural areas, the Government of India has launched the ‘Tele-Law’. The Ministry of Law and Justice partnered with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), which anchors the Digital India programme, to provide legal aid services through ..
The Ministry of Law and Justice has launched the ‘Tele-Law’ initiative in collaboration with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to provide legal aid services to the marginalized communities and citizens living in rural areas through the Common Service Centres (CSC) at the panchayat level, spread across the country. Salient Highlights ‘Tele Law initiative would help people to seek legal ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2017
Topics: Government Schemes • Insights • Legal aid • Legal Services • Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology • Ministry of Law and Justice • NALSA • National • National Legal Service Authority