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  • The Recycling of Ships Act, 2019

    The Recycling of Ships Act 2019 was enacted on 13th December 2019 with 46 sections and ten chapters. Recycling is one of the most effective way used worldwide for several objects or elements that can’t be destroyed absolutely. Plastics and several metal parts will not perish by itself and such objects has the option for recycling. When the heavy vehicles, aircraft or ships became old for usage are subject to recycling where the reusable materials and components are recycled else these imperishable components would be hazardous. The main purpose of Recycling of ships act 2019 is to provide standard regulations through statutory mechanism to implement the standards to Recycling of ships in accordance with the provisions of the act. The Act is applicable to any existing ship registered in India and any new ship to be registered in India along with the exemption clause and any ship recycling area within the territorial jurisdiction of India.

  • The International Financial Services Centres Authority Act, 2019

    Revenue of a country has different sources. The economy of a country depends on various types of taxes, financial services or products that includes banking, financial institutions, insurances and any sources that generate financial flow subject to the existing law in force in a country. The International financial services Centres Authority act 2019 was enacted on 19th December 2019 with the objective of regulation and development of financial service market in the International Financial service centers in India. The act contains six chapters 34 sections and two schedules and the Centre is headquartered at Gift City, Gandhi Nagar, and Gujarat.

  • The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019

    No other individuals in the world had faced inhumane treatment from the society from time immemorial like the transgenders due the biological deformity in them. No other section of human beings had been ostracized in the society and was ill treated by others without any consideration of being a living thing. Their feelings, thoughts or right to live a life of dignity was never considered in the past years but when their rights to live with equality was curtailed brutally several times the necessity of legal protection was demanded and upheld. By the intervention of philanthropists and people with good values and compassion towards their fellow beings, the necessity of providing legal protection attained attention from the public and the authorities and the Government had enacted The Transgender Person (protection of Rights) act 2019 and it came into existence on 5th December 2019. The act contains 23 sections and 9 chapters.


    The Indian institute of petroleum and energy Act 2017 was enacted on July 2017 with the aim of having an institute of national importance for the research, training or academic purposes of premium quality for any matters related to petroleum, hydro carbons and energy. The institute situates at Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The act has concise 45 section detailing all the purposes and functions of the institute.

  • The Repealing and Amending Act, 2017

    The Repealing and Amending Act, 2017 is a concise act, Act no 2 of 2018 came in to force on 5th January 2018 through extra ordinary gazette notification with four sections and two schedules. Section 2 of the act states specification of Acts that are repealed by virtue of this Act in the fourth column of the first Schedule and section 3 of the act states the amendments made on the act specified in the fourth column of the second schedule.

  • The Repealing and Amending (Second) Act, 2017

    Legal system in any country is always subject to changes from time to time. Several Indian laws as a part of updation in the legal arena had undergone changes through amendments and repeals. Repealing of a law is absolute abolishing of an existing law in force and amendment is to exclude or include Particular provisions or any portion of an enactment. The Repeal and amending (second) Act 2017 was enacted with the objective of repealing and amending certain acts which are obsolete.

  • karnataka high court on sex cd scandal case

    Karnataka High Court on SIT probe regarding BJP MLA Ramesh Jarkiholi’s CD Case- SIT awaits Clearance

    Bengaluru Police Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been completed their inquiry about Sex CD case involving the former BJP minister Ramesh Jarkiholi – where a sexual assault case filed by a woman against Jarkiholi.
    SIT found that there is no evidence to such an argument against Jarkiholi, but they found evidence to prosecute the woman and two others who involved in the extortion of BJP MLA. But on Tuesday 27th July, Karnataka High Court asked about the legality of the SIT probe about this alleged Sex CD Scandal case and ordered to stop SIT Investigation and restrained from filing final reports related to the lodged FIRs as the head of the SIT was absent on this period.

  • The National Sports University Act, 2018

    Various Sports were one of the favorite entertainments of people from time immemorial. The history of mankind always had given importance to sports and games. All over the world there are different sports competitions conducted between the countries and winning the title is undoubtedly prestigious to participating countries. India has several sports activities and competitions with regional variations and national competitions are also conducted between states. Even after Indian Government providing ample opportunities for development of sports, certain states or areas of the country still face neglect on getting adequate opportunities on the sports development skills. The National sports University Act of 2018 came in to force on 17th August 2018 with the objective of providing physical education and sports science establishing its center in Manipur. The act is detailed in 44 sections and one schedule stating academic training and coaching with excellence of every aspects relating to sports and games.

  • The Specified Bank Notes (Cessation of Liabilities) Act, 2017

    In order to clarify the confusions created by the cessation of certain indispensable Indian currencies the Union Government had passed an ordinance in 2016 and on 27th February 2017 The Specified Bank Note (Cessation of Liabilities) Act 2017 was enacted through extra ordinary Gazette Notification. This act is a concise act with 13 sections and one chapter specifying every details about holding and transaction of ceased currencies and the consequences and penalties of doing so by any of the citizens in the country.