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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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    Police in Andhra's Dhone town enlist 'Yamraj', 'Chitragupta' to ensure people stay indoors
    National

    Police in Andhra's Dhone town enlist 'Yamraj', 'Chitragupta' to ensure people stay indoors

    'Yamraj' and 'Chitragupta' captured 'Coronavirus' on the streets of Dhone town in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday.

    HC issue notice to Delhi govt on plea seeking appointment of advocate general
    National

    HC issue notice to Delhi govt on plea seeking appointment of advocate general

    Delhi High Court has issued a notice to Delhi government on a public interest litigation seeking the appointment of an advocate general to represent and provide legal advise to the Government of Delhi.

    Madras HC directs state govt committee to consider alternative medicine for treating coronavirus
    National

    Madras HC directs state govt committee to consider alternative medicine for treating coronavirus

    Madras High Court on Tuesday directed a committee, set up by the Tamil Nadu government to consider representations by medical practitioners to prevent or treat coronavirus through alternative medicines.

    COVID-19: Representation to CJI to release 'declared foreigners' from detention centres in Assam
    National

    COVID-19: Representation to CJI to release 'declared foreigners' from detention centres in Assam

    A representation has been sent to Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde for the immediate release of "declared foreigners" detained in six detention centres in Assam with some conditions in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.

    #Nirbhaya posters at the bus stop where it all started
    National

    #Nirbhaya posters at the bus stop where it all started

    On the day when a Delhi court issued the death warrant against all four convicted in Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, the bus stop where it all started the gruesome and inhuman chain of events started in 2012 was partially covered with posters, some hailing the judgement while others highlighting the state of women security in the country.

    Gautam Gambhir urges BCCI to dissolve DDCA after brawl at AGM
    Cricket

    Gautam Gambhir urges BCCI to dissolve DDCA after brawl at AGM

    Former cricketer and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir on Sunday urged the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly to dissolve Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) after a brawl broke out in the association's annual general meeting (AGM).

    Rajan Manchanda urges BCCI president not to release funds for DDCA
    Cricket

    Rajan Manchanda urges BCCI president not to release funds for DDCA

    Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) joint secretary Rajan Manchanda urged Board of Control for Cricket in India (BBCI) president Sourav Ganguly not to release funds for Delhi's cricketing body after a fight broke out during the AGM on Sunday.

    Nepal: Socialist Party members walk out of Oli-led govt, two-third majority at stake
    International

    Nepal: Socialist Party members walk out of Oli-led govt, two-third majority at stake

    The incumbent government of Nepal under the Prime Ministership of KP Sharma Oli's two-third majority is at stake as two ministers of Socialist Party on Tuesday tendered their resignation to Prime Minister citing the failure in the implementation of a two-point agreement that two sides signed earlier.

    How vulnerable are smart cars to cyberattacks?
    Technology

    How vulnerable are smart cars to cyberattacks?

    As vehicles become smarter and more connected to Wi-Fi networks, hackers will have more opportunities to breach vehicle systems, warns a study.

    Personal data protection bill introduced in Lok Sabha, Prasad proposes sending it to joint select committee
    Politics

    Personal data protection bill introduced in Lok Sabha, Prasad proposes sending it to joint select committee

    A bill to deal with the privacy and security of data of Indian citizens was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday with Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad saying that the government will bring a proposal to send it to joint select committee of the two Houses.

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