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CRISP - Recommendations on “Petition praying for urgent need to curb female foeticide” PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP   

Subject: Recommendations on Petition praying for urgent need to curb female foeticide and request for deposition in front of the Committee.

 Honorable Members of the Committee,

This memorandum is in response to your call for feedback, comments and suggestions on Petition praying for urgent need to curb female foeticide. We would also like to request for an opportunity to present our suggestions and recommendations on this issue. We humbly request for an opportunity to depose in front of the esteemed committee.

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CRISP - Recommendations on “Amendments in Section 498A of Indian Penal Code PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP   

CRISP, c/o PBA Srinivasan, B-1/6, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016, Mob: (0) 98716 43443

Ref: CRISP/031210/1 3rd December, 2010

To

Sri Rakesh Naithani,

Joint Director, Rajya Sabha Secretariat,

Parliament House Annexe

New Delhi – 110001

Subject: Recommendations on "Amendments in Section 498A of Indian Penal Code, 1860" and request for deposition in front of the Committee.

Honorable Members of the Committee,

This memorandum is in response to your call for feedback, comments and suggestions on "Amendments in Section 498A of Indian Penal Code, 1860". We would also like to request for an opportunity to present our data, on how the misuse of 498a is detrimental to the future of a child and in this regard, we humbly request for an opportunity to depose in front of the esteemed committee.

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Gender war gets fiercer as govt mulls marriage bill change PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Vineeta Pandey - DNA New Delhi   

Men's bodies say provisions in proposed bill heavily biased towards women, want BiLL to be neutral

Men's organisations are asking "why should wives have all the fun" while proposing changes to the parliament's standing committee that is studying amendments in marriage laws bill.
The dispute is over "irretrievable breakdown of marriage" being made a ground for divorce, with men's bodies arguing that the provisions in the proposed bill is heavily biased towards women.
Women's groups, on the other hand, have said that if the changes are made then a wife should be given an equal share in assets at the time of divorce.
The proposed amendments are being examined by a committee headed by Congress MP in Rajya Sabha Jayanti Natarajan. The amendments include inserting sections in the Hindu Marriage Act and the Special Marriage Act to make irretrievable breakdown of marriage a ground for divorce and do away with a compulsory waiting period of six months for moving a joint motion after filing for divorce.

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Parliamentary Standing Committee Invites CRISP PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP   

 

NO.RS.6/2/2010-P&L Dated the 12th November, 2010

From

K.N. Earendra Kumar,

Joint Director.

To

Shri Kumar Jagirdar,

President,

Children Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting,

Delhi NCR Unit, 2nd Floor, H-33/40, Phase-I,

Gurgaon-122002.

 

Subject: -         Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice – The Marriage Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2010 regarding -.

Sir,

I am directed to refer to your letter dated 22nd September, 2010 and state that the Committee has decided to hear your views/suggestions on The Marriage Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2010.

2.         Accordingly, you are requested to appear before the Committee at 03.00 P.M on Tuesday, the 16th November, 2010 in Room No. '62', First Floor, Parliament House, New Delhi for tendering oral evidence on the provisions of the Bill. Non‑receipt of your confirmation till 12.00 Noon of 15.11.2010 will be assumed as your inability to attend the meeting.

3.         A copy of the Bill is enclosed for reference.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

(K.N. EARENDRA KUMAR)

JOINT DIRECTOR

Tel. : 23035447(O)

24643752(R)Fax : 23016784(O)

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Crisp members :- Dads with their kids. PDF Print E-mail
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Need to accede to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (1980) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA   

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

LAW

COMMISSION

OF

INDIA

Need to accede to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (1980)

 

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Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Bill PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha   

AS INTRODUCED IN THE RAJYA SABHA Bill No. XLI of 2010 THE MARRIAGE LAWS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2010 A BILL further to amend the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and the Special Marriage Act, 1954. BE it enacted by Parliament in the Sixty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:— CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY Short title and commencement. 1. (1) This Act may be called the Marriage Laws (Amendment) Act, 2010. (2) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint. CHAPTER II AMENDMENTS TO THE HINDU MARRIAGE ACT, 1955 25 of 1955. Amendment of section 13B. 2.

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The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Govt. of India   

Introduction

The origin of the law of contempt in India can be traced to the English law. In England, superior courts of record have from the earliest times exercised the power to commit for contempt those who scandalised the court or the judges. The right of the Indian high courts to punish for contempt was, in the first instance, recognised by the judicial committee of the Privy Council which observed that the offence of the contempt of court and the powers of the high courts to punish it are the same in such courts as in the Supreme Court in England.

Almost all the high courts in India, apart from the chartered high courts have exercised the jurisdiction inherent in a court of record from the very nature of the court itself. It has been judicially accepted throughout India that the jurisdiction was a special one, inherent in the very nature of the court. The first Indian statute on the Law of Contempt, i.e., the Contempt of Courts Act was passed in 1926.

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