Category: Law ministry

Supreme Court Orders Centre To Constitute National Tribunals Commission

Source:- The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre to constitute a National Tribunals Commission (NTC), which can act as an independent body to supervise appointments and functioning of the administrative and infrastructural needs of tribunals across the country. The top court stressed the vital need to ensure that tribunals discharge the judicial functions without

Love Jihad: Haryana forms three-member panel to frame law; MP mulls 10 years jail for offenders

Source:- NEW DELHI: Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij on Thursday announced that a three-member drafting committee has been formed to frame law on “love jihad” in the state. Vij said that the committee comprising T L Satyaprakash (IAS) Secretary Home, ADGP Navdeep Sing Virk (IPS) and Additional Advocate General Deepak Manchanda will also study the

Professor leading home ministry‚Äôs ‚Äėradicalisation‚Äô study insists it‚Äôll be faith-neutral

Source:- New Delhi: For the first time, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs has approved a study on the ‚Äústatus of radicalisation‚ÄĚ in India. The study, which aims to provide a legal definition of radicalisation and suggest amendments to the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), will be a year-long project led by Prof. G.S. Bajpai,

Training on synergy between customary practices & formal law

Source:- ITANAGAR, Nov 23: The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA), in association with the Department of Justice (DoJ), Ministry of Law & Justice conducted an online refresher training course on synergy between customary practices and formal law for the gaon burahs (GBs) of Arunachal Pradesh on 23 November. Law & Judicial department’s Deputy

Safeguard rights of human rights defenders, NGOs: UNHCR appeals to government

Source:- The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Tuesday appealed to the Government of India to safeguard the rights of human rights defenders and NGOs, and their ability to carry out their crucial work on behalf of the many groups they represent. Bachelet expressed regret at the tightening of space for

Saudi Arabia reforms labour laws, grants more rights to expatriate workers; Details here

Source:- The existing exit procedures have been modified so that they do not conflict with the Saudi Labour Law, while also upholding international best practices for immigration. Labour laws in Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia’s labour laws have been reformed by the country’s Ministry of Human Resource and Social Development. With the changes, expatriate workers would

Bavarian Ministry of Science Announces New University Law

Source:- As universities across Germany prepare to start the winter semester virtually, the Bavarian Ministry of Science is working on a new university law which among others aims to strengthen the talent promotion and entrepreneurship at universities. Bavaria’s government has announced the key points of the project recently, whereas it is still unclear when the

Turkish finance minister, Erdogan’s son-in-law, resigns post

Source:- ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey‚Äôs finance minister and son-in-law to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his resignation on social media Sunday. Berat Albayrak said on Instagram that he was stepping down from his post for health reasons and would spend more time with his family. Albayrak, 42, was appointed minister of finance and treasury in

Central Vista project will save money, ensure better coordination among ministries: Centre to SC

Source:- NEW DELHI: The Centre Tuesday told the Supreme Court that the Central Vista project, covering three-km stretch from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate in Lutyens’ Delhi, would “save money” which is paid as rent for housing Central government ministries in the national capital. It submitted that the decision to have a new parliament building