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Congress seeks <strong>amendments</strong> to judicial appointments bill

Congress seeks amendments to judicial appointments bill

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Congress said that it was not against the National Judicial Appointment Commission and constitutional amendment bill but it will seek some amendments.

Congress,   judicial appointments,   judicial appointments bill,   Parliament,   BJP,   NDA govt,  
Juvenile Justice Act <strong>amendments</strong> get Cabinet nod

Juvenile Justice Act amendments get Cabinet nod

07 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A proposal, which will empower the Juvenile Justice Board to decide whether a juvenile above 16 years involved in heinous crimes such as rape is to be sent to an observation home or tried in a regular court, has been cleared by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday.

Cabinet,   juvenile,   Juvenile Justice Act,   Union Cabinet,   gang-rape,   sexual assault cases,  
Parliament clears Constitution <strong>Amendments</strong> Bill to set up judicial commission

Parliament clears Constitution Amendments Bill to set up judicial commission

14 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Parliament on Thursday cleared a Constitution Amendments Bill that will facilitate setting up of a commission for appointment of judges, replacing the 20 year old collegium system which has been under severe criticism.

Judicial Appointments Commission,   Judicial Bill,   Rajya Sabha,   Lok Sabha,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Parliament,   Constitution Amendments Bill,  
Attorney General submits report on Lokpal rules <strong>amendments</strong> to Government

Attorney General submits report on Lokpal rules amendments to Government

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Attorney General (AG) Mukul Rohatagi headed committee has submitted to the Centre its report on amendments in Lokpal search panel rules, which were notified by the previous UPA government.

Lokpal,   Attorney General,   amendments,   government,   UPA government,   lokpal panel,  
Vaiko asks Centre to halt <strong>amendments</strong> to labour laws

Vaiko asks Centre to halt amendments to labour laws

02 Aug 2014

Chennai: The MDMK, an ally of the BJP in Tamil Nadu, on Saturday demanded that the Union government drop proposed amendments to some labour laws which would "sacrifice" the hard won rights of the working classes.

MDMK,   BJP,   labour laws,   BJP government,   Vaiko,  
UNICEF shows concern over Juvenile Justice Act <strong>amendments</strong>

UNICEF shows concern over Juvenile Justice Act amendments

07 Aug 2014

New Delhi: UNICEF India on Thursday expressed concern over the amendments to the Juvenile Justice Act, under which minors above the age of 16 involved in a serious crime can be tried in an adult court, and said such a decision was a "real step back".

UNICEF,   Juvenile Justice Act,   Union Cabinet,   Juvenile Justice Bill,   Juvenile Justice Act amendment,  
Govt mulls <strong>amendments</strong> to anti-dowry law

Govt mulls amendments to anti-dowry law

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Keeping in view the rising number of complaints regarding the misuse of anti-dowry law, Centre is mulling to introduce penal provisions in the act that will ensure punishment or penalty to those who make false charges.

Dowry Act,   Supreme Court,   nda govt,   Section 498A ,  
Union Cabinet to take up Juvenile Justice Act <strong>amendments</strong> today

Union Cabinet to take up Juvenile Justice Act amendments today

06 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Wednesday is likely to take up a proposal seeking to empower Juvenile Justice Board to decide on whether a juvenile above 16 years involved in heinous crimes such as rape, is to be sent to an observation home or tried in a regular court.

Cabinet,   juvenile justice act,   Juvenile Justice Board,   government,   heinous crimes,   punishment for juveniles,   crime,  
Prime Minister Narendra Modi votes for first time in Lok Sabha in 10 years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi votes for first time in Lok Sabha in 10 years

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: For the first time in 10 years, the Prime Minister voted in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.   Narendra Modi participated in the voting on the Constitution amendment bill to scrap the collegium system of judicial appointments.

PM Modi,   Lok Sabha,   voting,   amendments bills,   judicial appointments,   Manmohan Singh,  
Govt to make adulteration of milk a serious crime

Govt to make adulteration of milk a serious crime

05 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government will amend the Food Safety and Standards Act to make adulteration of milk and food items a serious crime punishable with a harsh penalty.

Government,   adulteration of milk,   serious crime,   Supreme Court,   observation,   appropriate amendments,   Health Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,   Rajya Sabha ,  

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