The Law Ministry has endorsed a proposal of the Women and Child Development Ministry to remove the time limit for reporting child sexual abuse,
Justice Ranjan Gogoi was Thursday appointed as the 46th Chief Justice of India, according to the Law Ministry. He would assume office on October
The government’s intention on the appointment of the next Chief Justice of India (CJI) should not be questioned, Union Law Minister Ravi
The Centre has released a fresh tranche of funds for 11 states to run special courts to conduct the proceedings of over 1,500 cases related to
The Union Law Ministry will soon finalise a proposal seeking to depute its law officers in every ministry. So far, law ministry officials are
The law ministry has advised all departments and ministries to resolve their differences through arbitration, and not move courts, with the
A demand by the Election Commission to get power to initiate contempt proceedings against political parties which make allegations against it
Centre is unlikely to recommend bringing the process of appointment of judges to higher judiciary under the RTI ambit as it apprehends it could
5-judge Constitution bench will hear the plea challenging the new legislation on appointments of judges. The hearing has been a non-starter with
The much debated anti-conversion law may not be a possibility. At least the Union Law Ministry hold that opinion. Off late the senior leaders of
Election Commissioner Hari Shankar Brahma was on Thursday elevated as the Chief Election Commissioner.
The Election Commission has proposed making paid news an electoral offence to provide a strong deterrent in a bid to stamp out the menace.
The Election Commission wants to use a new machine to enhance secrecy of votes during counting which prevents disclosure of voting pattern.