Category: Right to Information

Equality Should Commence At Least For The Dead, Need To Break The Shackles Of Casteism : Madras HC Calls For Common Burial Grounds

Bewailing the casteism still prevailing in the country, the Madras High Court noted that even after 75 years of Independence, the government still has to provide separate burial grounds on communal lines. Justice R Subramanian and Justice K Kumaresh Babu observed that the government should ensure that at least the burial grounds should be made

Digital Personal Data Protection Bill Proposes To Amend RTI Act To Completely Bar Disclosure Of Personal Information

The draft of the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, which was released by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on November 18 for public comments, has a provision which proposes to amend the Right To Information Act 2005. Clause 30(2) of the draft proposes an amendment to Section 8(j) of the RTI Act, which

Second Digital Lok Adalat: At least 1 crore cases to be registered and heard

The previously held Digital Lok Adalat in August helped States to settle ₹833,513,857, an amount the upcoming event is expected to surpass. The second ever national Digital Lok Adalat, to be held on November 12, is set to handle over one crore cases. As per a press release, so far, over 80 lakh cases, including

Take Suo Motu Action Against Hate Speech Crimes Without Waiting For Complaint : Supreme Court

Observing that the “there cannot be fraternity unless different religious communities are available to live in harmony”, the Supreme Court on Friday issued a set of interim directions in a plea to curb hate speeches in the country. A bench comprising Justices KM Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy directed the Governments of NCT of Delhi, Uttarakhand

“Let People Breathe Clean Air, Spend Money On Sweets” : Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Plea Against Delhi Firecracker Ban Before Diwali

The Supreme Court, on Thursday, refused urgent hearing for a plea to lift the complete ban on manufacturing, storage, sale and bursting of all kinds oof firecrackers imposed by the Delhi Government. The petition filed by BJP MP Manoj Tiwari was mentioned before the Bench comprising Justices M.R. Shah and M.M. Sundresh. The Bench did

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