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Guidance clarifying Federal controlled substances law issued: USCIS

USCIS has issued policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to clarify that violations of federal controlled substance law, including violations involving marijuana, are generally a bar to establishing good moral character for naturalization, even where that conduct would not … Continue reading

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Private hospitals to provide free treatment to patients: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently ruled that Delhi’s private hospitals operating on subsidized government lands will have to provide free treatment to patients belonging to economically weaker strata of the society. “……..when the State largesse is being enjoyed by these … Continue reading

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IO/SHO allowed to approach hospitals for postmortem: DHC

In an attempt to curb the delays in conducting postmortems, the Delhi High Court directed Delhi Government, Delhi Police and other authorities to issue orders to enable the Investigating Officer/Station House Officer to directly approach the concerned medical college/hospital for … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of India clarifies its earlier decision & states principles relating to admissions to MBBS & BDS

The Supreme Court of India clarifies its earlier decision and states the principles relating to admissions to the medical courses (MBBS and BDS) so as to ensure elimination of colourable abuse and arbitrary exercise of power in the process of … Continue reading

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Opinion of the medical experts will have to be given precedence over the shaky evidence in juvenile cases: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that in a circumstance where the trial court itself could not arrive at a conclusive finding regarding the age of the accused, the opinion of the medical experts based on x-ray and ossification test … Continue reading

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