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    The Ministry of Law and Justice in the Government of India is a cabinet ministry which deals with the management of the legal affairs, legislative activities and administration of justice in India through its three departments namely the Legislative Department and the Department of Legal Affairs and Department of Justice respectively.

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    Shah hails SC decision to hear final arguments in Ram Mandir case by Oct 18
    Politics

    Shah hails SC decision to hear final arguments in Ram Mandir case by Oct 18

    Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to hear the final arguments in the Ram Mandir Ayodhya case by October 18 and the final judgement which might come before November 17.

    Final arguments in Ayodhya case to be completed by October 18: CJI
    National

    Final arguments in Ayodhya case to be completed by October 18: CJI

    In a move apparently aimed at quickening the hearing process in the Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid case, Supreme Court Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Wednesday said that arguments have to be completed by October 18 even as the mediation panel may continue its work under confidentiality.

    IL&FS seeks NCLT approval for sale of wind energy arm
    Business

    IL&FS seeks NCLT approval for sale of wind energy arm

    Crisis-ridden IL&FS has filed a proposal to the National Company law Tribunal (NCLT) to complete the sale of its arm IL&FS Wind Energy Ltd (IWEL) to ORIX Corporation of Japan.

    SC issues notice to Centre, Bar Council on plea seeking social security measures for women advocates
    National

    SC issues notice to Centre, Bar Council on plea seeking social security measures for women advocates

    The Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice to Centre and Bar Council of India on the plea seeking direction to formulate a scheme towards the social security measures for women advocates in coordination with respective state bar councils.

    Puerto Rico Governor resigns in leaked chat case
    International

    Puerto Rico Governor resigns in leaked chat case

    Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello has announced his resignation following days of mass street protests after a private chat containing homophobic comments was leaked, triggering a severe political crisis on the island.

    'Significant' outcome from ongoing resolution process: IL&FS
    Business

    'Significant' outcome from ongoing resolution process: IL&FS

    Crisis-ridden IL&FS on Wednesday said that its new board, headed by Uday Kotak, has taken key steps in resolving the over Rs 20,000 crore debt, which has resulted in "significant interim" outcome in the overall resolution process for the IL&FS Group.

    Shivakumar warns rebel MLAs of disqualification
    Politics

    Shivakumar warns rebel MLAs of disqualification

    Congress' chief troubleshooter in Karnataka, D K Shivakumar on Wednesday warned the Congress-JD(S) rebels of disqualification proceedings against them under the anti-defection law if they did not obey the whip and participate in the proceedings during the trust vote in the Assembly on Thursday.

    SC issues notice to Centre and Assam govt on a plea filed by person declared foreigner by Foreigners Tribunal
    National

    SC issues notice to Centre and Assam govt on a plea filed by person declared foreigner by Foreigners Tribunal

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Centre and Assam government on a plea filed by a person who was declared a foreigner by the Foreigners Tribunal, Assam.

    SC to hear pleas challenging 10% reservation to general category on July 16
    National

    SC to hear pleas challenging 10% reservation to general category on July 16

    The Supreme Court on Monday fixed for July 16 hearing on a bunch of pleas challenging the implementation of the Constitution amendment that gives 10 per cent reservation in jobs and education for economically weaker section (EWS) of the general category.

    Justice for children directly linked to reducing child mortality' (Book Review)
    National

    Justice for children directly linked to reducing child mortality' (Book Review)

    Justice for children is directly linked to lessening child mortality and in the true sense has the potential to anchor the broader pursuit of justice. It thus needs to be multidisciplinary, multisectoral and multifocal in approach, says a just-published scholarly treatise by Ali Mehdi, who leads the Health Policy Initiative of a leading think-tank and has also been assisting the government in formulating it position on health - and other areas - for G20 meetings on the sector.

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