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COVID19 Updates: 3 hotspots, 3 control models

3 hotspots & 3 control models Approx Read Time: 5 minutes  In News: 3 hotspots & 3 control models In order to contain the COVID-19 spread within smaller geographies, different States have come up with their own different models. At least three of the regional models for cluster containment — Agra (Uttar Pradesh), Bhilwara (Rajasthan) …

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Anticipatory bail can be given till completion of trial: SC

Anticipatory bail Approx Read Time: 4 minutes In News: The Supreme Court has ruled that an anticipatory bail cannot be limited to a fixed time period and can continue till the end of the trial. News Summary: The questions referred to the Constitution Bench were two-fold: Whether the protection granted to a person under Section …

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Governance Bytes: Working of Section 144

Working of Section 144 Approx Read Time: 6 minutes In News: (Working of Section 144) As protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Act came out in several states, state governments sought to clamp down demonstrations by issuing prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Code Of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1973. Section 144 was imposed in Bengaluru …

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National Concerns: Use of Force by Police

When, and to what extent, is the use of force by police legal? Approx Read Time: 4 minutes In News: The police action in Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia, where the police entered the university campus and employed force against students, is being widely criticized. Provisions to deal with protests: There are various provisions in the …

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