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Re-imposed ban on construction in Delhi-NCR in view of worsening air quality, Centre tells SC

The apex court in its 24 November order had re-imposed the ban and directed states to provide subsistence to workers for the period during which such activities are prohibited.
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SC re-imposes ban on construction in Delhi-NCR, directs states to pay affected workers

The top court also directed Commission for Air Quality Management to commission a study of air quality based on available data, bearing upon recorded levels of air pollution.
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SC to hear TMC’s contempt plea against Tripura govt on unabated violent incidents tomorrow

Advocate Amar Dave, appearing for TMC, said the situation in Tripura is volatile & worsening. The plea for contempt action has been filed due to repeated incidents of violence, he said.
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Digitisation of courts brings privacy concerns. But India lacks right to be forgotten

The policy should address how courts deal with privacy concerns. It's important to not wait till PDP Bill is enacted.
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Why Indian justice system needs prosecutors to work with police during probe

A prosecutor is forced to proceed even if they believe the evidence collected by the police isn't sufficient. This hampers their ability to take the case to its logical end.
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SC to hear plea to quash UAPA charges by Tripura police against 2 lawyers, journalist

Advocates, Mukesh and Ansarul Haq, and journalist Shyam Meera Singh are booked under the UAPA for allegedly disseminating information about communal violence in Tripura.
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Marriage in India is still a ‘heterosexual privilege’ 3 years after Section 377 ruling

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‘Justice now depends on technology,’ said SA Bobde. Indian judiciary has miles to go

Legal acumen doesn't translate to tech competence. We need adequate training to transit from paper briefs to screens.
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Lalu Yadav’s popularity is intact. Rally crowds indicate his bail time will be eventful

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SC seeks response from ex-Twitter India MD Maheshwari on UP’s plea against Karnataka HC

The plea challenges the HC order quashing notice issued to Manish Maheshwari to appear before police in a probe related to a communally sensitive video uploaded on Twitter.
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Bezos, Branson & Musk — Are billionaires popularising space travel or just on an ego trip?

Jeff Bezos will travel to the edge of space in his New Shepard aircraft — more than a week after billionaire Richard Branson defeated him in a fast developing space race.