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What are the 4 initiatives of e-courts launched by Narendra Modi?
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  • 28 November 2022
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled several measures related to the e-court program on November 26, 2022. It happened during the Constitution Day celebrations at the Supreme Court of India. He has announced a total of 4 initiatives of e-courts under the eCourts Mission Mode Project.   The Virtual Justice Clock, the JustIS Mobile […]

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National Constitution Day: An Overview
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  • 27 November 2022
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We all know that India celebrates National Constitution Day every November 26. The day is also known as National Law Day and Samvidhaan Diwas. It honored the day in 1949 when the Constituent Assembly adopted the Indian Constitution. Basically, to promote “Constitutional Principles among Residents,” the Indian government chose to designate November 26 as Constitution […]

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Implications of Seeding Aadhaar Numbers With Electoral Rolls
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  • 22 November 2022
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On the premise of an Election Commission proposal, the Union Cabinet a few months back approved the voluntary connection of voter identity cards and Aadhaar, a 12-digit ID that is exclusively granted to Indian citizens based on their biometric data. However, a large number of Aadhaar activists and civil society organizations have expressed concern over […]

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Digital Personal Data Protection Bill: What does it Propose?
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  • 21 November 2022
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We all are aware that the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2022 proposal has been published by the Indian government. This Act explores how to oversee how digital personal data is processed. It explains to residents the significance of both the need to process personal data for fundamental purposes and the individual’s right to data […]

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Judicial Review in India
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  • 17 November 2022
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America was the first country to use the term Judicial Review in 1803. On the other hand, in the Indian constitution, there is no phrase that goes like Judicial Review in India; however, several articles have covered the basic idea behind the judicial review, article 13, article 32, and article 131, for instance. The constitution […]

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Three-month moratorium
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  • 30 November 2022
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The Indian moneylenders, majorly the private and public banks and non-bank entities, have relaxed the Equated Monthly Installments (EMI’s), interests and loan repayments by offering a moratorium period of 3 (three) months. i.e., from 1st March – 31st May, for the borrowers who have been hit by the unprecedented global virus, alternately declared as a […]

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Increase in Domestic Violence Cases against Women during Lockdown
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  • 13 August 2020
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If already the Covid-19 had not impacted every section of society in a way that they could not think of in their wildest dreams. From taking the lives of so many people, now coronavirus is causing problems for women specifically, as the latest reports suggest that there was an Increase in Domestic Violence Cases against […]

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Population Control Bill
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  • 29 November 2022
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The aim of the Population Control Bill is inarticulate and unwarranted, with no clarity about what it is that the markers want- an average growth rate, a small population size, or targeting a particular kind. One of the many arguments is that the rich habitually condemn and bemoan the rural, backward class who irresponsibly indulge […]

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION
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  • 13 August 2020
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Artificial Intelligence (AI), or “Robot Lawyer” in the legal profession, refers to stimulations of human acumen in machines that are programmed to reason like humans and impersonate human actions. They exhibit traits of human capabilities and abilities. The machine serves as a robotic assistant that responds to commands. The advent of globalization and the evolution […]

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Bois Locker Room
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  • 13 August 2020
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“Bois Locker Room” or “sadistic masculinity” or a “subtle way of advertising rape culture”? We can connote infinite labels to such a criminal act of unsavory objectification of women and teenage girls in an enclosed chat room, which is otherwise not in the public domain but also on social media involving almost a hundred under […]

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