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First woman moves Supreme Court over triple talaq law

The law was passed in July 2019 after intense debates in both the lower and upper houses of the Parliament, with opposition parties stating that the law targeted the Muslim community even as the centre asserted that the law would help achieve gender justice for Muslim women.

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J&K HC Srinagar wing closed for 2 days after 8 CRPF personnel test positive for COVID-19

This is the second case of the top offices being hit by the corona pandemic in Kashmir. On Monday, Governor House - Rajbhawan at Srinagar was also sanitized after 13 BSF jawans were declared corona positive

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Chandhok & Mahajan advised Clariant Chemicals India on sale transaction of INR 4.2 billion

Chandhiok & Mahajan acts for Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited for the slump sale acquisition of the additive and colour masterbatch business by PolyOne Polymers India Private Limited

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JSA acts for Servify on Series C fundraise

Deal Report From J. Sagar Associates where it advised Service Lee Technologies

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MHA permits universities, institutions to hold examinations

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday permitted conduct of examinations by Universities and institutions. The communication comes amid numerous concerns raised by students on their exams.

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Assessing the expansion of Equalization Levy

The Finance Act, 2020, has widened the scope of equalization levy, which was introduced in the Finance Act, 2016, to include the consideration received by e-commerce operators from ‘e-commerce supply or services’.

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Can the Supreme Court Revive the Economy?

A good starting point would be the grant of additional time as prayed for, to the Telecom Companies by the Supreme Court, particularly because this sector has been the guinea pig for various controversial economic policies forcing companies to indulge in high-cost litigations lasting many years.

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THE “ENRICA LEXIE” INCIDENT—The Italian Republic v. The Republic of India—Is the Award Based on Sound Legal Footing?

Permanent Court of Arbitration located in The Hague, Netherlands while ruling on the Enrica Lexie incident last week found that India has no jurisdiction over the Italian marines Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre who had shot two fishermen aboard St. Antony off the coast of India in 2012.

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Government mentions to Supreme Court that it will criminalise denial of payments to doctors

Solicitor general Tushar Mehta told a bench led by Justice Ashok Bhushan that the government would invoke its powers under Section 10 of the Act for the purpose.

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Delhi High Court restrains Hero Fincorp from invoking any third party rights in shares pledged by Petitioner

Trust Legal Advised and Represented Petitioners Jayneer Infrapower & Multiventures Pvt. Ltd, 25FPS Media Pvt. Ltd. and Asian Satellite Broadcast Pvt. Ltd.

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