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Policy and acts / Difference between Policy and Act ?
« on: May 27, 2019, 10:29:39 AM »
Difference between Policy and Act ?

An Act is a piece of legislation where its the base for forming a law. In a country, where the Parliament Houses pass a Bill(proposed form of an Act) and if the President approves of the Bill, then it becomes an Act. If the Act is implemented and people are bound to abide by its obligations, then it becomes a Law. It would come with a penalty.

For example: Government of India Act, in 1858 passed by the British Crown legalized India to become a British Colony. People in India were bound to follow the rules laid done by the British. Not doing so will land you in jail

A policy is a viewpoint which need not be subject to legislation. People may or may not abide by it and its just an informal way of following principles.

For example: Quora policy and Facebook policy are present and laid down by Quora and Facebook. As long as you are in Quora or Facebook, you have to adhere to those policies. They can be changed or you can override them. But there is no legal penalty that you may have to pay.


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« on: May 25, 2019, 04:00:54 PM »
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India tuition class fire kills at least 19 student

At least 19 students have died in a fire at a school in India, officials said.

Students were seen jumping and falling from the building in the western city of Surat as black smoke billowed from windows.

Most of the victims were teenagers who had been studying at a tuition centre.

The initial cause of the fire was not immediately clear. Officials said the blaze spread through packed classrooms because of flammable roofing.

At least 20 others sustained serious injuries and were being treated in hospital in Gujarat.

"The students lost their life both because of the fire and jumping out of the building," Deepak Sapthaley, a local fire official, told AFP.

All of the dead were aged below 20 years and many were trapped because the fire began near the staircase, Reuters reported.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered his condolences on Twitter and called for local authorities to provide assistance.


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