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JUDICIAL RIFT: BIG FOUR MEET CJI DIPAK MISRA, SUGGEST PLAN TO FIX SUPREME COURT CRISIS

The impasse between the top four judges of the Supreme Court and the Chief Justice of India continues. This was the picture that emerged after their second meeting in three days on the invitation of the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra at his chambers. The meeting with the four dissenting judges, justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph, lasted about 15 minutes. They demanded transparency in the allocation of cases and sought a revamp of the administration of the Supreme Court.

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AADHAAR MAY CAUSE DEATH OF CITIZENS’ CIVIL RIGHTS, PETITIONER’S LAWYER TELLS SUPREME COURT

The 12-digit biometric-based unique identity number is a “giant electronic mesh” and will turn country into a “surveillance state”, petitioners argued in Supreme Court on, as a five-judge constitution bench began hearing the batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of Aadhaar.

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CENTRE SEEKS CHANGES IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE (CRPC), EVIDENCE ACT

The Centre is seeking amendments in certain Sections of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) and the Indian Evidence Act to make images and video recordings on cellular phones as also CCTV footages during riots admissible as evidence for effective prosecution of rioters.

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SONS AND DAUGHTERS WHO DID NOT TAKE CARE OF THEIR PARENTS WILL BE PUNISHED

IKASA Co-Convener Mr. Puligari Govardhan Reddy in a press meeting said that sons and daughters who leave their parents in old age homes are liable for punishment. According to law sons and daughters who did not take care of their parents or who leave their parents in old age homes will face a fine of Rs. 5000 and a jail term of 3 months.

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CELEBRITIES NOW LIABLE FOR PRODUCTS THEY ENDORSE: AMENDED CONSUMER FORUM BILL

The amended Consumer Forum Bill introduced in the Lok Sabha during the Winter Session promises to fight propaganda by ensuring that celebrities who endorse products will be held jointly liable in case of faulty or misleading advertisements. The manufacturers would be fined up to Rs 50 lakh and will have to serve a jail term of five years if the Bill becomes a law. Celebrities will also be banned from endorsing products for a year and further offences would lead to a three-year ban.

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TO PROTECT PRIVACY, UIDAI INTRODUCED ‘VIRTUAL ID’ FOR AADHAAR-CARD HOLDERS

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) put in place a two-layer security mechanism to reinforce privacy protection for Aadhaar number holders. It introduced a virtual identification which will be 16 digit number that an Aadhaar card holder can generate from its website and present for various purposes, including SIM verification, instead of sharing the actual 12-digit biometric number.

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NATIONAL ANTHEM NOT MANDATORY IN CINEMA HALLS: SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said playing of the national anthem in cinema halls is only a directive and not mandatory before the screening of a film. The court left the choice of whether to play the anthem to the discretion of individual cinema hall owners.

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