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Not directly important but keep track of the issue. It may be quoted in mains answer.
Important step towards transparency.
Keep track of the policy when released. The SC directive can be quoted in mains answer on agrarian distress.
The issue of Aadhar being made mandatory for welfare schemes and the issue of privacy are important for mains.
Important issue for mains. Keep track of the SC judgement. “As it happened” part is just to let you know about the case details.
Note the issues pointed- giving due consideration to difficulties of both men and women; SC moving towards digital processes.
Note the SC opinion on competition. Know about CCI (click here).
COMPAT – The Competition Appellate Tribunal is a statutory organization established under the provisions of the Competition Act, 2002 to hear and dispose of appeals against any direction issued or decision made or order passed by the Competition Commission of India under certain sub-sections of the Competition Act, 2002.
Note the important issues highlighted here by SC like human rights, weeding the deadwood, primacy of public service. Just go through the guidelines and remember important ones for mains.
Cerebral palsy victim:
The op-ed is important from Mains PoV.
Important for mains. A part of the issue on judicial pendency.
State of affairs:
Long road to reform:
How are State governments working?
Reality of the situation:
Politicians as scapegoats:
Unless there is self-correction within the police, we cannot see a perceptible change in the manner in which policing is carried out in most parts of the country. The op-ed has good material for Mains answer.
This is just a link in the chain of events yet to unfold and the changes to come in the law. Keep track. Read about surrogacy in detail by clicking on the story – Surrogacy in India.
The judgement can be quoted in ethics paper; also know about the scheme mentioned above.
Not directly important but a case on similar issue had come up where SC allowed a rape victim to abort even after 20 weeks. This is just to follow up on the development on the issue. Know about the 20 week provision in the Act for prelims.