The Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2020 provides the Central government more power to determine tariff and regulations in the power sector.
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The Act empowers the central government to control the production, supply, distribution, trade, and commerce in Essential Commodities.
FCRA regulate the acceptance and utilization of foreign contribution or foreign hospitality and prohibit the same for any activities detrimental to the national interests.
The National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 is an Act of the Parliament of #India which enables creation of a special tribunal to handle the expeditious disposal of the cases pertaining to environmental issues. #LegalAid
People of different religion, caste, race, language and of different mind sets can be found in a Country like India and as India is a secular nation and its diversity is known worldwide thus conflicts are also very normal among them on small matters and that is why we have status quo in our country’s [...]
We are living in 21st century and this is the era of smart phones and technology and people spend hours and hours on these electronic devices for varies reasons such as for work, education, entertainment, shopping, and for staying connected to the world through different websites and apps. As now everything is available online for [...]
What is motor Vehicle? A motor vehicle has various names such as automotive vehicle or motorized vehicle and it is a self propelled vehicle, usually wheeled, and that doesn’t operate on rail ( such as trains or trams or 4-wheelers) and is used for the transportation of people or goods. Vehicles propulsion is provided by [...]
“Kanoon ko hanth me lena” we usually heard this line around us or many times we heard this in hindi movies which means taking law in hands or in other words doing unlawful activities such as mob lynching by group of people or extra-judicial killing. Now a days these unlawful activities are very normal for [...]
On 28th November 2005 Lok Sabha passed the Disaster Management Act and it was passed by Rajya Sabha on 12th December 2005. On December 23rd 2005, it received assent of The President of India and It has 11 chapters and 79 sections and it extends to the whole of India. This Act provides for “the [...]
The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has given guidelines for all the specific requirements and procedures which should be followed by police and other agencies during arrest, detention and interrogation of any person and these guidelines are known as D.K Basu Guidelines because Shri D.K Basu was the petitioner. A letter was received in 1986 [...]