Written By – Shivam With digital technology impacting the lives of Indians, including transfer and exchange of data, the threat to breach of privacy and personal data rises without any coherent regulatory framework . Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill, in order to control, has been formulated as India’s first step to domestically legislate on data protection. The objective of the […]
Written By Komal Sharma Both the Houses of Parliament have respectively passed the Constitutional 127th Amendment Bill with the utmost majority to nullify the Supreme Court Judgement on the Maratha Quota Case and to clarify the uncertainties regarding the 102nd Amendment Bill. The 127th Constitutional Amendment Bill seeks to amend the Constitution to allow States and Union Territories to prepare […]
Written By – Komal Sharma, Policy Associate The Limited Liability Partnership (Amendment) Bill 2021 seeks to amend The Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008 which was enacted to introduce and to give legal sanction to Limited Liability Partnership Firms. A basic understanding of LLP suggests that it is a hybrid form of business organization consisting features of both of a company […]
Written By – Komal Sharma, Policy Associate The Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill 2021 which was recently introduced in the parliament seeks to nullify the effect of the amendment brought by Finance Act 2012. The recent amendment (2021) is a step against the retrospective effect on the indirect transfer of the Indian assets which was a result of the 2012 amendment […]
The Union Ministry of Finance on Thursday tabled the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill 2021 in the lower- house (Lok Sabha) of the Parliament.
As reported by NDTV the Assam government has currently in place, a two-child policy norm along with requirements of minimum educational qualifications and functional sanitary toilets for contesting in Panchayat polls as per the amendments in the Assam Panchayat Act, 1994.
To reform the Karnataka Civil Services (General Recruitment) rules, 1977, the Karnataka Government has decided to reserve 1 percent of the vacancies in the State Government’s posts for transgender candidates in each category of General merit, SC, ST and in each of the OBC categories. The government has proposed to amend Rule 9, sub rule (1) (d) and rule 16 of the said rules.
Hungarian PM Victor Orban who faces an election next year, has been taking radical decisions on social policies against LGBT people and immigrants. This has led to deep divide among Hungarians. He is a Nationalist and his Fidesz Party promotes a Christian-conservative agenda.