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India parliament passes bill to introducing domestic carbon credit market

The lower house of the Indian parliament Monday passed a bill establishing a central scheme for the purchase and sale of carbon credits. The bill also promotes clean energy by obligating certain large consumers of electricity to use renewable energy and conserve energy. The Energy Conservation (Amendment) Act seeks to amend the two-decade-old Energy Conservation Act and introduce a… Read More »

UAE lifts American lawyer’s controversial prison sentence for money laundering

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Wednesday lifted an American civil rights lawyer’s prison sentence. Asim Ghafoor was previously convicted of money laundering and sentenced to 3 years in prison. The conviction will be upheld, and Ghafoor will be required to pay 5 million dirham ($1.36 million) according to the statement. The prison sentence’s lifting was also confirmed by Ghafoor’s… Read More »

Ms. Rinchen Kyi successfully completed her internship

Rinchen Kyi, Fourth year BA.LLB student from REVA University Bangalore has successfully completed a summer internship at the office of Tibetan Legal Association based in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh as a part of her Law school internship

Biden administration ends Trump-era ‘remain in Mexico’ policy following court ruling

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Monday that they will end implementation of the Migrant Protection Protocols Program (MPP). There will be no new enrollees in the program, and migrants currently waiting in Mexico will be permitted to enter the US for their next scheduled court dates.

Twitter drags investors associated with Elon into legal battle ove $44 billion deal

Twitter has now dragged tech investors and entrepreneur friends connected to Elon Musk in the $44 billion takeover deal that has been terminated by the Tesla CEO and a legal trial is set to begin from October 17. According to The Washington Post, Twitter’s legal team in a subpoena in the court has asked for “extensive requests for communications,… Read More »