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Niam ama ming 3ko a·songo ra·gatna am·enggipani bidingo Amit Shah Shillongo talate on·anga

Shillong, Jan 20: India a·songo ming 3 gital niam amarangko ra·gatna kam ka·enga. Ua ming 3 niam amarangan Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860; Code...

Union Home Minister explains salient features of new laws that are set to improve Indian criminal justice system

In an interview to a select group of journalists in Meghalaya, Union Home Minister Amit Shah sheds light on the new laws - Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS), Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita (BNSS), and Bharatiya Sakshya Act (BSA) – that promise several significant changes and potential improvements to the Indian criminal justice system.

Shillong – Guwahati tourist taxis to resume services from tomorrow morning

Amidst the state-wide strike by the tourist taxi associations over the stringent punishment in hit-and-run cases under the new Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS), the law which has replaced the over 160-year-old Indian Penal Code (IPC), the Assam tourist cabbies have decided to resume their services from Saturday morning onwards.

Meghalayao konta 48-na tourist taxi saljawa

India a·songo ra·gatnasienggipa Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS) niam bidolni ning·o rakbegipa niamrangko gatdapna ja·kue de·enganiko jegale Meghalaya a·dokoba tourist taxirang konta 48-na ong·katgija donggen ine taxi salgipa dol parakataha.

Meghalaya Tourism Minister addresses nation-wide concerns amidst 48-hour tourist taxi strike

Tourist taxis across the state are poised to stage a 48-hour road strike starting Friday, protesting the anticipated increase in penalties for hit-and-run cases under the yet-to-be-enforced Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS).

Tura tourist taxis halt services amidst statewide 48-hour strike, citing local concerns

While the primary cause for the strike across the state is the protest against the proposed increase in penalties for hit-and-run cases in the yet-to-be-implemented Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS), Tura's taxi services cite distinct local concerns as their reason for the temporary halt.

Statewide tourist cabs plan road strike on January 5-6

Tourist taxis across the state are poised to stage a 48-hour road strike starting January 5, protesting the anticipated increase in penalties for hit-and-run cases under the yet-to-be-enforced Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS).

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