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#India- High Court bats for poor land owners: Rehab first, acquisition later #goodnews

    RAGHAV OHRI : Chandigarh, Wed Sep 25 2013, The Indian Express     In a landmark judgment which will change how land is acquired in Haryana, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has made it clear that no person… Continue Reading →

‘Main Hoon Balatkari’ song puts Yo Yo Honey Singh in deep trouble

With the Punjab and Haryana High Court coming down heavily on the lewd lyrics of songs sung by singer-rapperHoney Singh, the Punjab Police Friday booked him for singing vulgar songs in public. A case was registered against the singer under provisions of Section 294 (singing,… Continue Reading →

Punjab & Haryana High Court- Don’t stress on age to define juveniles

Ajay Sura, TNN | Mar 30, 2013,   CHANDIGARH: Against the backdrop of a raging debate on the age of juvenile offenders following the Nirbhaya rape, the Punjab and Haryana high court has held that benefits and privileges of juveniles should not be accorded to… Continue Reading →

#India- Aadhaar For Birth, Marriage And Death #UID

  By S.G.Vombatkere 25 March, 2013 Extant law makes it mandatory for every citizen to formally register births, marriages and deaths in the family. A birth certificate is proof of age and a death certificate is proof that a person… Continue Reading →

Haryana shocker: Women, children raped in government shelter

Jyoti Kamal, CNN-IBN Click to play video Rohtak: It is a sordid tale of exploitation and official involvement from Rohtak in Haryana where women and children at a government-aided shelter in the Chief Minister‘s own constituency are being abused and… Continue Reading →

Punjab: Widespread Drug Addiction

What hit this land of plenty? 75% of the youth. Every third student. 65% of all families in Punjab are in the throes of a sweeping drug addiction. With little or no hope in sight. Sai Manish examines why No… Continue Reading →

Man can’t force wife to conceive, rules high court

Feb 11, 2012 In a first, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that a husband cannot compel his wife to conceive and give birth to his child. Making it clear that relationships that know no limits too have… Continue Reading →

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