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by Sekar Reporter · Published June 30, 2020
As introduced in the Rajya Sabha on the ….. day of ….. 2021 Bill No. of 2021 THE MEDICAL EDUCATION LAWS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2021 Bill No. of 2021 THE MEDICAL EDUCATION LAWS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2021 A BILL to further amend certain enactments pertaining to Medical Education in India BE it enacted by Parliament in the Seventieth Year of the Republic of India as follows:— 1 (1)This Act shall be called the Medical Education Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2021 — Therefore, it is necessary to amend Section10-D of The Dentists Act, 1948 to grant exemption from NEET examination. The National Medical Council Act, 2019 which provides for a National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test under Section 14 and a National Exit Test under Section 15 of the Act. Needless to say that exemption from these provisions is also the need of the hour for the State which does not opt NEET and EXT Exam. The Bill seeks to achieve these objectives. WILSON
by Sekar Reporter · Published July 23, 2021
Full order THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE RMT.TEEKAA RAMAN Crl.A.No.767 of 2015 Anbu Selvan …Appellant ..Vs.—–Taking into consideration the act of the accused on the body of P.W.2 victim girl, this Court finds that the appellant auto man/accused appears to be a “heartless person” having captalized the situation on the helplessness of P.W.1 visually challenged person” and successfully committed the act of sexual assault on her body and hence, this Court finds that considering the position of P.W.1 and the act of the accused, this Court finds that the accused is not entitled for reduction of the sentence, not even for a single day and the sexual assault on the woman are on the raise, while the victim girl is a visually challenged person and hence, the sentence awarded by the learned Sessions Judge for the proved charges are appears to be just and reasonable and the same cannot be termed as excessive. 45. In this view of the matter, the sentence passed by the Sessions Court is hereby confirmed..
by Sekar Reporter · Published July 11, 2021