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Haryana proposes law for registration of pregnancy

Faced with an adverse sex ratio which is the worst among all states in India, the Haryana government is considering bringing a law under which registration of pregnancy would be made compulsory, a minister said Thursday.

PMO seeks 'legal framework' to check delay in framing of rules

The Prime Minister's Office has asked the Law Ministry to come up with a mechanism, including a "legal framework", for ensuring that ministries do not delay on the framing of rules after an Act has has come into force.

Stringent law needed against forced conversions: BJP leader Vinay Katiyar

Advocating for a stringent law against forced conversions, BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar today said a "relaxation" must be there for the "converted person" to revert back to his or her earlier religion.

Ghar Wapsi: Is RSS posing a challenge to BJP?- Part II

With RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday made a statement on religious conversion, calling on those who oppose conversion to bring a law to ban it. Is RSS posing a challenge to BJP on 'Ghar Wapsi'?

Ghar Wapsi: Is RSS posing a challenge to BJP?

With RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday made a statement on religious conversion, calling on those who oppose conversion to bring a law to ban it. Is RSS posing a challenge to BJP on 'Ghar Wapsi'?

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat supports anti-conversion law

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday jumped into the religious conversion controversy, calling on those who oppose conversion to bring a law to ban it.

Arjun Kapoor ready to marry Ranveer Singh, if law allows!
Arjun Kapoor ready to marry Ranveer Singh, if law allows!

The two macho men of Bollywood – Arjun Kapoor and Ranveer Singh – have strengthened their bond over time and are planning to take their bromance a step further.

A repeat offender, how did a rapist become a cab driver?-Part 2

Shiv Kumar Yadav, the driver who is charged with raping a girl in the cab, had spent seven months in jail in 2011 in a sexual assault case, but was acquitted by the court. According to the Delhi Police, the cab company failed to run a background check on the driver.

A repeat offender, how did a rapist become a cab driver?

Shiv Kumar Yadav, the driver who is charged with raping a girl in the cab, had spent seven months in jail in 2011 in a sexual assault case, but was acquitted by the court. According to the Delhi Police, the cab company failed to run a background check on the driver.

WBNUJS offers sexual harrassment prevention course for executives

As women's safety continues to be deliberated upon at different levels, an academic programme aims to help in better implementation of the law in the workplace.

Haryana police inept before Baba Rampal's supporters?

Supporters of 'godman' Rampal on Tuesday indulged in clashes with Haryana police and open fired using country-made weapons at the Satlok Ashram in Barwala.

Is 'Baba' Rampal above the law? Why couldn't he be arrested? Has Haryana police become weak and incompetent before his followers?

New law to ensure free books, uniforms in Pakistan school

The Pakistani government is working on a bill that will ensure the provision of free books along with stationary and uniforms to the children, a ruling party lawmaker said on Saturday.

New Chinese law discourages fancy names for children

 China on Saturday passed a law mandating parents to follow the convention of naming their children after their relatives from bloodlines, in an apparent move to discourage trends of adopting fashionable or unorthodox names.

Strategy to prevent cyber crime on anvil: Rajnath Singh
Strategy to prevent cyber crime on anvil: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday said a strategy to prevent cyber crime will be evolved soon.

Law enthusiasts skill up through online courses

An increasing number students and law professionals are recognising the need to learn law online. Sanchayan Bhattacharjee reports

Worship Golu devta, the God of justice

Golu devta is known as the God of justice.Devotees send across letters to him with their complaints and wishes.

Panel to be constituted to study relevance of law, says MP CM

Taking a cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said has said that a committee would be constituted to study laws which have no relevance on Sunday.

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SC slams Centre for not effectively banning porn websites
SC slams Centre for not effectively banning porn websites

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court has expressed concern to the Centre that law must be faster than technology. Whereas the Centre has informed SC that they cannot direct internet servers to block four crore porn websites in India.

US lawmakers ask FIBA to review its policy on Sikh turbans

Appalled by reports that Sikh players from India were asked to remove their turbans at an international basketball match, top US lawmakers have launched a campaign asking FIBA to review the discriminatory policy.