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Land Acq Bill 2011; Dhcba.com hacked; Singhvi-driver truce; RTE amendment…

Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill 2011 is unclear on rehabilitation and resettlement in case of private purchase of agricultural land, misses compulsory temporary govt acquisitions and consent requirement for acquisition by PSUs, dilates implementation and doesn’t account for underreported market prices of land [PRS India] [Bill]

Pakistani hacker crew Thec7crew hacked Delhi HC Bar Association’s website yesterday posting an ultimatum “to Release Waqar, Free All Prisoners and to Free Kashmir” on the defaced site [India Law and Technology Blog]

In an out-of-court settlement Singhvi agrees to withdraw FIR against, and file for damages at no point in the future from his driver, for the allegedly fabricated sex tape of Singhvi that the driver made and leaked [Order]

Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill 2010 amends RTE 2009 to widen definition of “children belonging to disadvantaged group” to include disabled children [PRS India]

SC’s Patnaik dismisses advocate ML Sharma’s petition for CBI probe of senior advocate Shanti Bhushan’s evasion of stamp duty [PTI]

Companies Bill makes it back to the Standing Committee instead of the discussion table this parliamentary session [Money Control]

Former Swedish Police head Sten Lindstorm does not regret the role he played in leaking to a journalist secret documents pertaining to the corrupt India-Sweden Bofors deal, though he was disappointed in editors of The Hindu and wished the media was responsible and concerned for their sources [The Hoot]

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