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HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT ALLOWED ABORTION OF 32-WEEK-OLD FOETUS OF 19-YR-OLD GIRL

The Himachal Pradesh High Court has allowed abortion of a 32-week-old fetus of a 19-year-old rape survivor, who has mild to moderate mental retardation on the on the ground that it is risky for her to complete the normal period of pregnancy and deliver the child on the due date. 9 more words

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Progress Made In The Case Between Dr. Mahtani & The Ventriglias At The High Court

Success is never a cake walk. There are many difficulties and roadblocks that will come in the path of success. Even if an individual as achieved success there will be people who will always trying to snatch away this success or gain profit from other people’s hard work. 211 more words

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SOON GUIDELINES ON PARKING FEE COLLECTIONS BY COMMERCIAL COMPLEXES IN HYDERABAD CITY

As of now, there are no guidelines on parking fee collections by the shopping malls and multiplexes in the Hyderabad city. But now the Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MA&UD) department has decided to issue directions to managements of commercial establishments not to collect parking fees from visitors. 35 more words

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CONSUMER FORUM SUMMONED IRDAI FOR NOT RESPONDING AGAINST FRAUDULENT INSURANCE POLICY

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Chennai (South), summoned the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority (IRDA), the autonomous statutory body that regulates India’s insurance industry, in the case pertaining to a `fraudulent’ insurance policy that a branch manager of Max Life Insurance Company Ltd, in collusion with an agent, issued to Guindy resident Jagannathan, a retired bank manager. 11 more words

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Mainstream press humiliated in attempt to silence independent regulator

Impress is the UK’s only independent press regulator and claims to be the only one compliant with the recommendations of the Leveson Report. As such, the attempt by publications that have reason  426 more words

NO CHANGES TO MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY ACT: SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court declined to amend an Act which prohibits termination of pregnancy beyond 20 weeks saying that the issue fell within the legislative realm. However, the court sought response from the government on framing of guidelines for setting up a permanent mechanism for expedient termination of pregnancies beyond 20 weeks in the exceptional cases. 8 more words

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FRAME RULES FOR APP-BASED SERVICES LIKE UBER, OLA TO ENHANCE WOMEN SECURITY: SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court said that app-based transport service providers like Uber, Ola, redBus needed to be regulated to ensure safety of women commuters and asked the Centre to examine the issue. 20 more words

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