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INDIA- AIBE XIII admit cards 2018 released

The Admit cards for All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XIII 2018 have been released. Candidates can download the admit cards from the official website, on the following link- allindiabarexamination.com The open book test will be a  multiple choice paper,  conducted in 40 cities all across India, in 11 different languages and will be held on December 23, 2018. On passing the examination candidates will be awarded “Certificate of Practice” by the Bar Council of India.

 

INDIA- Surrogacy bill passed by Lok Sabha which bans commercial renting of wombs

The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Surrogacy Bill that set up stringent conditions for those looking for a kid through surrogacy and prohibited it as a business activity. According to the bill, surrogacy must be given as an altruistic demonstration with no direct money related gain. The Bill likewise accommodates extreme punishments for infringement of its arrangements and the violation of the law would cost the offender a 10-year jail term and 10 Lakh rupees fine. This will highly boost the likelihood of adoption.

 

All-India Recruitment Test for lower court Judges proposed by NITI Aayog

Niti Aayog has proposed pan-India exam to select cadre for the lower judiciary, saying it will attract young and bright law graduates and enhance accountability in the governance system. The think tank on Wednesday came out with a national strategy for new India, which defines objectives for 2022-23. “An all-India judicial services examination on a ranking basis can be considered to maintain high standards in the judiciary. The selection process may be entrusted to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for a cadre of lower judiciary judges, Indian Legal Service (both centre and states), prosecutors, legal advisors, and legal draftsmen,” it said. A performance index for judges should be considered and a separate state-wise index for “ease of getting justice” should be prepared. Also, there is a need to facilitate the availability and usage of video-conferencing facilities to assist in speedy access to justice and to minimise logistical issues, it said.

 

USA – Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act becomes law

US President Donald Trump has signed a bipartisan bill on Tibet into law that could infuriate China, preparing to force a visa restriction on Chinese authorities who deny American subjects, government authorities and columnists access to the Himalayan locale, country of the banished Dalai Lama. This Act depends on the political rule of correspondence, which approaches nations to give measure up to rights to each other’s subjects

 

INDIA- Sajjan Kumar seeks more time to surrender

Former Congress pioneer who was indicted and condemned to life detainment by the Delhi High court prior this week for the 1984 enemy of Sikh mobs on Thursday moved an application in the court, looking for 30 days to surrender. The court is probably going to hear the application on Friday. The HC had on Monday indicted Kumar in the 1984 enemy of Sikh mobs case.

 

USA- New U.S. Immigration Law to be implemented to affect most countries

New change to U.S. movement enactment may before long moved toward becoming law and fundamentally change the work based migration scene of the United States for good. The enactment intends to wipe out the per-nation numerical restriction for work based movement. The bill means to alter the Immigration and Nationality Act to dispense with confinements identifying with place of birth.

 

INDIA- Sajjan Kumar case witnesses and lawyers to be honored by SGPC

Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has chosen to respect the observers and the legal counselors in the Sajjan Kumar case at Akal Takht, Amritsar, on December 26. Reporting this, the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president. Prior, Longowal had given this recommendation amid the SAD center advisory group meeting, following which it was chosen that the observers and in addition the legal counselors related with the cases be congratulated at Akal Takht.

 

INDIA- No job employment opportunities by the government

There is a shockingly little extension for India’s youth, the heft of our casting a ballot populace, to make even a humble work. We are perched on the nation’s greatest activity emergency, and it takes an exceptionally headstrong man to decline to admit to it. In any case, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was cited in July 2018 expressing that “in excess of an absence of employment, the issue is the absence of information on occupations”.

 

UNITED KINGDOM- Porn access laws to change in 2019

Pornography sites will request confirmation of age from April 2019 under another law. Those needing to watch pornography should demonstrate their age. They should utilize a driving permit or age confirmation card. The boycott was endorsed in the House of Commons on Monday. It will produce results one year from now as a component of the Digital Economy Act. Anybody hoping to watch pornography from a British IP address will be tested.

 

UNITED STATES- Lynching is now a federal crime in the country

The United States Senate has collectively endorsed a bill to make lynching a government wrongdoing in the nation. Three dark legislators acquainted the bill in June with enable lynching to be charged as a detest wrongdoing close by existing violations, for example, murder. For quite a bit of US history, lynchings were once in a while indicted by any means.

 

INDIA- Sajjan Kumar case witnesses and lawyers to be honored by SGPC

Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has chosen to respect the observers and the legal counselors in the Sajjan Kumar case at Akal Takht, Amritsar, on December 26. Reporting this, the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president. Prior, Longowal had given this recommendation amid the SAD center advisory group meeting, following which it was chosen that the observers and in addition the legal counselors related with the cases be congratulated at Akal Takht.

 

INDIA- Mehra brothers petition dismissed

The Bombay High Court as of late expelled petitions recorded by the city-based specialists siblings Yogesh Mehra and Ajay Mehra testing an Arbitral Award, guiding them to pay about Rs 700 crore ‘redirected’ by them from a joint endeavor organization among them and German breeze turbine major Enercon GmbH. The court allowed transitory insurance, coordinating that no means in execution of the requests will be taken for about a month.

 

CANADA- Woman charged with fraudulent witchcraft

A week ago, Canada canceled various supposed “zombie laws” that stayed on the books after they were observed to be illegal, repetitive, or simply, well excessively old and peculiar. One law that was scoured was Section 365 of the Canadian Criminal Code that is the law that made it illicit to rehearse counterfeit black magic. As laws go, this one has a sort of creepy magnificence as it forbids.

 

UNITED KINGDOM- Three important bills become law

Unlawful cell phones in penitentiaries will be blocked, drivers will set aside some cash through lower vehicle protection premiums, and courts will pursue all the more productively the bills all passed Parliament on the last sitting day before Christmas break. The Prisons (Interference with Wireless Telegraphy) Bill implies portable system administrators would now be able to identify, square and research unlawful telephone use in detainment facilities.

 

GREECE- Islamic family law not enforceable in Europe

The case features the strange status of them since quite a while ago settled Muslim minority in Western Thrace, a locale of northern Greece which abuts the land fringe with Turkey.  The people group was additionally promised some regard for its social rights. Practically speaking, this has implied that the Thracian Muslims’ conjugal and legacy matters have for the most part been managed under Islamic law, with a mufti arbitrating where fundamental.

 

 

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