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    SC refuses to entertain petitions challenging judges appointment bill

    The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain petitions challenging the 121st constitutional amendment by which collegium system for appointment of judges in higher judiciary was scrapped and a new mechanism under National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) was proposed to be put in place. While rejecting the pleas, the SC bench headed by Chief Justice

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    TRIGGER TIMES ISSUE No. XXI

    rigger Times Newspaper brings to you, this week’s Issue No. XXI Dated 25thAugust, 2014.   Highlights of This Week : 1.) National Commission For Women Not A Judicial Body: Bombay High Court 2.) CBI Formation is Ultra Vires: Guwahati High Court 3.) Profiles on Social Networking Sites Can Be Used As Additional Evidence: Delhi HC 4.)

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    CIC’s direction to Delhi high court to amend its RTI rules

    The Central Information Commission has asked the Delhi high court to amend its RTI fee rules, indicating that these are not in compliance with the provisions of the Right to Information Act.   These directions given after the Patiala House court demanded Rs 50 from an applicant for filing first appeal against the reply provided

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    LAW COMMISSION TO REASSESS THE MERITS OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

    Almost half a century after it said the time was not right to abolish death penalty, the Law Commission of India has embarked on an exercise to re-evaluate the contentious issue. The Law Commission has issued a public consultation paper on capital punishment with a detailed questionnaire, formally inviting the citizens to express their views.

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