Month: March 2020

SC allows the conditional sale of BS-IV vehicles beyond March 31st deadline

SC allows the conditional sale of BS-IV vehicles beyond March 31st deadline

The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA), on behalf of its members, has approached the Supreme Court with an interlocutory application and an application seeking modification in its earlier order, which put a ban on selling or registering BS-IV vehicles across the country. In October 2018, the apex court directed that no motor vehicle conforming…

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announces COVID-19 Relief Measures

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announces COVID-19 Relief Measures

As the new coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, at a rapid pace, the government is trying to figure out the best way to bolster the slowing economy. Usually, 31 March is considered as the end of the financial year, where citizens have to file Income Tax Return in accordance with the Income Tax rules….

Deepak Talwar’s interim bail rejected

Deepak Talwar’s interim bail rejected

After the apex court directed the state prison authorities and the legal service authority to decongest the prisons to tackle the increasing incidence of the Covid-19. In lieu of the same, an application for an interim bail for two months was filed by Deepak Talwar, who was arrested for the money laundering case. However, the…

Critical Analysis of the Population Control Bill, 2020

Critical Analysis of the Population Control Bill, 2020

In a nation of 1.5 billion individuals, the second-generally crowded on the planet simply after China, with a rich exemplification of different ethnic, semantic and segment attributes, the structure presents a special chance to use the copious labour and hereditary assorted variety. Be that as it may, this populace presents a greater number of difficulties…

Plea in SC seeks a declaration of Financial Emergency under Article 360 due to COVID-19

Plea in SC seeks a declaration of Financial Emergency under Article 360 due to COVID-19

The plea was filed by an NGO seeking imposition of Financial emergency under Article 360 of the constitution due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19. The financial emergency will ensure the recovery of the Indian economy after this 21 days lockdown in the country. Due to this lockdown, the economic activities have come to a…

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announces Rs 1.7 lakh crore economic relief package

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announces Rs 1.7 lakh crore economic relief package

In a recent move to pacify the poor who have been hard hit by the COVID-19 lockdown, which began on March 25th, the Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, recently announced an economic relief package worth Rs 1.7 lakh crore as a safety net in these desperate times. In order to survive through the coronavirus scare, she…

Penal action against landlords harassing doctors for eviction

Penal action against landlords harassing doctors for eviction

At this panic situation where the world is facing the COVID-19 virus where people need to support Doctors, paramedical staff and healthcare personnel. At this precious time, medical staff is harassed by misbehaviour by their landlords. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has warned house-owners of strict action if they force medical staff to vacate their premises…

COVID-19: Government seeks help from antiquated laws

COVID-19: Government seeks help from antiquated laws

Coronavirus, this is the word every human being is scared of more than anything in this entire world right now. In almost every region people have locked themselves up to not be affected by this virus. Most of them who are affected have either died or still suffering and thankfully now there are also cases…

Sc orders to decongest the prisons

Sc orders to decongest the prisons

The Supreme Court on Monday gave the directions to the States and Union Territories to decongest the jails and prevent the spread of Covid-19 among the inmates in jail. The Apex Court directed the release of undertrial prisoners on parole and bail or the prisoners who have not been convicted/ accused of heinous crimes.  A…

Government warns of action under IPC for violating quarantine

Government warns of action under IPC for violating quarantine

An action shall be taken under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (disobeying public servant’s lawful order) if mandatory quarantine is violated, a directive issued by the Maharashtra government said on Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday night announced a 21-day lockdown, this measure was absolutely necessary to stop the transmission of COVID-19. Restrictions were…