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Bhupinder Singh Mann Quits From the Farm Committee Constituted by the Supreme Court

Bhupinder Singh Mann, one of the members nominated to the Farms Law Committee formed by the Supreme Court for negotiating with the farmers, has quit from the panel saying that he cannot compromise the interest of the Punjab and Farmers of the country and for this, he is ready to sacrifice any position.

Maharashtra To Write To Other States To Club Their Reservation Cases With the Maratha Quota Petition

After seeking intervention by the Centre in the ongoing hearing in the present case regarding the Maratha Reservation in the Supreme Court, the Maharashtra Government is pondering upon the idea of approaching other states to club all the petitions regarding reservations for a collective decision.

MoHFW Says Mask Is Not Necessary While Travelling Alone in a Private Vehicle

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) of the Government of India informed the Delhi High Court that it has not issued any guidelines with regards to the compulsion of wearing masks even while travelling alone in a vehicle.

What are the Recent Developments in Iran-Venezuela Relations?

Two of the world's biggest oil exporters are reestablishing bonhomie. Iran and Venezuela are again the topics of discussion in global geopolitics. Iran has recently supplied arms and military soldiers to Venezuela early this year; it had also supplied gasoline to Venezuela.

Targeting the Supreme Court Judges

A letter was written by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister to the Chief Justice of India on October 6 targeting one of the top Supreme Court Judges in the country with some serious allegations. Introduction The judiciary has been witnessing some of the...

Increase of Poll Expenditure Ceiling by the Indian Government

The law ministry has increased the ceiling on poll expenditure by 10% for Lok Sabha and Assembly elections following a recommendation by the ECI. The proposal by ECI Over a month, the law ministry sources said they had received a proposal from the Election...

An Illummination of the Home Ministry’s Commission for Revision of Penal Laws

The Indian Penal Code was enacted in 1860. It was formed after the draft was created by the first law commission in 1837. Thomas Babington Macaulay was the chairman of that law commission. The idea was to create a uniform law...

Political Parties and the Affair of Symbols

Introduction A political party is a group of people with the same ideology, intention, and agenda who try to hold power through an election. The members of political parties agree on some policies and programs for the society to promote the collective good. All...

Withdrawal of Judges in light of the Principle of “Nemo Judex In Causa Sua”: An Analysis

"Justice, and the arrival of that justice being delivered, is essential to the protection of the guideline of thumb of law. Justice implies - consistency, in technique and result — that is, treating like instances alike; a technique that's unfastened from coercion or corruption; making sure that inequality among the events does now no longer affect the final results of the technique; adherence to the values of...

Explained: The Scope of Article 21 During the Era of COVID-19

“One’s right to self, their body, their health, and their livelihoods is inherent to living a meaningful human life, Human liberty is born innately in human want of freedom, and through the organisation of a state, the people demand the...

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The Law Brigade Group is an online, open-access journal publisher. The Law Brigade enjoys being India's only research startup...