November 18

Demonetization in India – An overview for you

The Narendra Modi government shook India last week(Nov, 8, 2016)by declaring the demonetization arrangement and transforming notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 into paper. While individuals were permitted to trade their old notes for legitimate coin, store the cash, or pull back a specific sum from the ATM, the move saw uncommon lines outside.

October 28

Something about Bar Council

The committee set up by the Bar Council of India (BCI) is likely to recommend sweeping changes to the Advocates Act, 1961, including giving more teeth to the Bar to discipline lawyers and regulate Indian as well as foreign law firms. Provision to weed out lawyers whose qualifications are suspect and more will figure in.

October 28

Mistry hires top legal brass to fight Tatas

Cyrus Mistry has roped in senior advocate of the Bombay High Court Janak Dwarkadas, ace lawyer Somasekhar Sundareshan and law firm Desai & Diwanji to fight any legal battle after he was replaced as chairman of Tata Sons board on October 24. “We have not decided whether to file a case at the National Company.

October 28

8 Funny laws that exists in India

1. Suicide Is Legal. But You Will Be Punished If You Fail If a person plans to end his/her life, he/she should plan it carefully because although suicide according to Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code is legal, punishment awaits a person who fails to die. 2. Penalty For Third Child In Kerala Do.

October 22

Laws meant to help women

Free legal aid Under the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987, all female rape victims have the right to free legal aid. “Whenever a rape victim is unable to hire a lawyer, it’s mandatory for the station house officer to inform the city’s legal services authority to arrange a lawyer for her,” says city based criminal.

October 22

Five laws you didn’t know

Some laws are very useful to be used in some situations. But most people do not act because they are not aware of those laws. Here is another episode from fidemihi for you. If your cylinder explodes you are entitled to Rs. 40 lakh cover! Many of us are unaware that domestic LPG consumers are.

October 13

Women to come under DV act law

Not only men, but women can also be prosecuted under the Protection of Women against Domestic Violence (DV) Act. The Supreme Court has struck down the words “adult male” from the pertinent provision in the DV Act to lay down that a woman can also file a complaint against another woman, accusing her of domestic.

October 6

Indian Law, needs to get upto with this smart age

The government is aiming to refresh the main law governing information technology by giving it a revamp which it hopes will bring it in tune with the times and address criticisms about its weaknesses, a senior official said on condition of anonymity. The move is triggered by the realisation that the Information Technology Act passed.

March 17

Sedition Law might get a revision : Kiren Rijiju

Delhi: The home ministry has asked to get a report on the issue when possible and he law on sedition is under review of the Law Commission, minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju told the Rajya Sabha. Rijiju additionally admitted that the cases of sedition were frequently found to be violation of the right.