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Law passed; Muslim women need to remove burqa in Australian state before cops


Melbourne: A state in Australian has introduced a new law which would require Muslim women to remove burqa to prove their identity to the police.
The new law has been incepted in Western Australia fo

Only married are raped, says California law

Washington: Indian-American Attorney General of California Kamala Harris and State lawmakers have joined hands to overturn a 140-year-old law under which a rape would be considered only if the victim

Law panel supports 'passive euthanasia'

The Law Commission has come out in support of the Supreme Court judgement on allowing withdrawal of life-support measures of a dying patient with certain safeguards, saying it is 'not objectionable' f

Law study needs a revamp: Moily


The Union minister for power and corporate affairs Veerappa Moily stressed on the dire need for reforms in legal education while giving the convocational address at the Nalsar University of Law on Sun

Stringent cyber law in place soon


Determined to avoid a repeat of the recent cyber attack, the UPA government now plans to put in place a “new stringent national law and institutional mechanisms” dealing exclusively with the contenti

Law on vendors may get Cabinet nod today


Almost after a year since United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi-led National Advisory Council (NAC) recommended enactment of a Central law to protect the rights of more than 10 million

India’s leading law firm opens branch in Chennai


Amarchand Mangaldas, one of India’s biggest law firms, launched its Chennai office on Friday. It
will specialise in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, capital market, private equity and privat

Pro-women divorce bill gets Cabinet nod


In a bid to make divorce more women-friendly, the Union Cabinet on Thursday gave its nod to few more amendments in the Marriage Laws (Amendment) Bill, which include a clearly defined share in husban

Law panel: VIP cases should get extra focus

The Law Commission has sought 'special focus' on cases involving 'influential' persons to avoid long delays in investigation and trial.

It, however, also said any blanket direction to set up special

Kerala court grants bail to captain of Prabhu Daya vessel

A court on Tuesday granted conditional bail to Gordon Charles Pereira, captain of Singapore-registered Prabhu Daya vessel that was seized after it hit a fishing boat off the Kerala coast on March 1, k

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