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  • Killing of animals for consumption of their meat is allowed as per the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. However, the law which is under challenge in the present case, the Kerala Animals and Bird Sacrifices Prohibition Act, 1968 (Act), prohibits killing of animals for appeasement of deity in temples.
  • The Commission will investigate not only the incident involving encounter of Vikas Dubey but also probe the inaction of authorities which led to the gangster being released on bail despite facing over 60 cases.
  • A division bench of justices UU Lalit and Vineet Saran rejected a special leave petition filed by the tax department against a recent Bombay high court order, which had asked the department to refund the amount to Vodafone Idea.
  • The Supreme Court in February ruled that women should be considered for command roles and that all women officers are entitled to permanent commission.
  • Due to Covid-19 situation Major companies in India such as Larsen & Toubro, Bharat Forge, Ultra Tech Cement, Grasim Industries, Aditya Birla Group, BHEL and Tata Motors have temporarily suspended or significantly reduced operations. Young startups have been impacted as funding has fallen.
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  • India had signed an agreement with Myanmar on August 29, 2016 for construction and upgrading of 69 bridges of Second World War vintage as part of the ambitious road project beginning from Manipur till Thailand.
  • The Delhi high court had, on July 23, granted bail to Singh stating there was no rationale for continuing his custody as an undertrial. The bail was conditional subject to him furnishing a personal bond to the tune of Rs 1 crore and two sureties of Rs 25 lakh.
  • A five-judge Supreme Court bench, led by former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, unanimously set aside Allahabad high court ruling and awarded title of the land to Ram Lalla in November last year.
  • The law titled Constitution (One Hundred and Third) Amendment Act, 2019 was passed by Parliament in January 2019 and made applicable to even private, unaided educational institutions.
  • The state government has allotted five acres of land in Ayodhya’s Dhannipur village for the construction of the mosque on the directive of the Supreme Court.
  • The court was hearing an anticipatory bail by Fathima AS, who is apprehending arrest for offences under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, and Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000, after she uploaded a video on social media of her two minor children painting on her semi-nude body in June.
  • The Supreme Court has observed that a 'memorandum of family settlement' is not required to be registered and is binding on the parties.
  • The Company Law Tribunal was hearing a challenge to the validity of the Retirement Policy which provides that all BPSL employees who are elder than 60 years shall be retired with effect from July 31, 2020.
  • Promotion may include an advancement to higher pay scale without moving to a different post, the Supreme Court reiterated while dismissing the appeals filed by Telephonic Operators with the Delhi Fire Service later deployed as Ratio Telephonic Operators.
  • Demands to hold Parliamentary Committee meetings via video-conferencing have been rejected, citing confidentiality.
  • The Supreme Court was on 06th August informed that foreigners facing trial for attending the Tablighi Jamaat activities in Delhi may leave the country during the pendency of the cases.
  • India has made a strong case for the imposition of equalization levy on digital transactions, relying upon a ruling by the American Supreme Court to back it up in its submission to the US.
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   Experience : 1-2 years
   Practice : Civil Litigation,...
   Fees : 650 /-
  Location : Delhi, Delhi.
   Experience : 10-15 years
   Practice : Civil Litigation,...
   Fees : 2600 /-
  Location : Ranchi, Jharkhand.
   Experience : 2-3 years
   Practice : Criminal Law, Banking...
   Fees : 1300 /-
  Location : Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
   Experience : 20-25 years
   Practice : Criminal Law, Civil,...
   Fees : 3900 /-
  Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
   Experience : 5-8 years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 2600 /-
  Location : Dig, Rajasthan.
   Experience : 10-15 years
   Practice : Civil Litigation,...
   Fees : 1950 /-
  Location : Patna, Bihar.
   Experience : 15-20 years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 2600 /-
  Location : Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
   Experience : 25-Above years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 3900 /-
  Location : Gohana, Haryana.
   Experience : 2-3 years
   Practice : Agreement Drafting...
   Fees : 1300 /-
  Location : Khopoli, Maharashtra.
   Experience : 8-10 years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 2600 /-
  Location : Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
   Experience : 5-8 years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 2600 /-
  Location : Hyderabad, Telangana.
   Experience : 25-Above years
   Practice : Criminal Law
   Fees : 3900 /-
  Location : Jaipur, Rajasthan.
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