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Supreme Court to hear the plea seeking CBI probe into the violence during CAA protests
Probe to investigate 88 missing people from Shirdi-Bombay HC
Kuldeep Sengar guilty of rape
Petitions challenging the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 to be heard by SC
VHP demands to include Hindus in the provisions of Article 29 and 30
Congress leader Debabrata Saikia opposes the citizenship amendment act, 2019 in supreme Court
High Court does not have the power to dismiss an appeal on merits - SC
JNU Contempt Plea against the protesting students without their names - Delhi High court
Rajya Sabha authorizes the Constitution Amendment Bill
CAB becomes an Act
Review Petitions in Ayodhya verdict dismissed
On 11 December, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy authorized two draft bills to dispose of the cases of atrocities against women, within 21 days. The first bill is an amendment to the AP Criminal Law and named as the ‘AP Disha Act’ dedicatory to the gang-rape and murder of Hyderabad veterinary doctor. The first draft bill stipulates completion of investigation in seven days and court trials in the following 14 days to award punishment within 21 days. Under this Act, the persons who are convicted of rape are condemned to the death penalty after the cognizable evidence is established. The second draft bill ‘AP Special Court for Specified Offences Against Women and Children Act, 2019’ paves the establishment of special courts for the trial in the cases of cruelty against women and children.


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