The Allahabad High Court has quashed the magistrate's order for issuing summons against Bahubali Mukhtar Ansari's son Abbas Ansari and two others after taking cognizance of the offense under Section 171H of CrPC, terming it as illegal.
A Single Bench of Justice Rajeev Misra passed this order while hearing an application under section 482 filed by Abbas Ansari and 2 Others.
The application under Section 482 Cr.P.C has been filed challenging the charge sheet dated 05.06.2022 submitted in Ca...
The National Green Tribunal has directed the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee, the Central Pollution Control Board and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee to look into illegal dyeing units in the Capital. The Tribunal has also asked them to jointly file an action-taken report on the compliance status in respect of the units named in the application filed before it
Political Kabuki theatre over the issue transfixed America and the world for several months ending just 48 hours short of default in a victory for common sense. President Joe Biden’s approach was a textbook case of negotiating skill—praise your opponent and keep talking, give up a little to win while letting the other team believe they won something of value
There is no wonder in Justice BV Nagarathna saying that fraternity is not properly understood. Modern India has increasingly seen a declining spirit of fraternity and rising indifference towards injustice as seen in the wrestlers’ issue
The Delhi High Court recently observed that it was not expected that the victim, a child of tender age, would behave like an adult by raising the alarm promptly. It noted that the child, with his level of vocabulary and comprehension was able to describe the incident and present a clear picture
Why doesn’t the incredibly rich BCCI pay any tax? This is because it does that great job of “promoting the sport of cricket in the country,” and because the BCCI is registered as a charitable organisation
Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has laid importance on courts playing a more dialogic role, saying that when the courts engage in conversations about rights with the people and civil society organisations, such conversations lead to a vibrant, conscious and rights-evolved society.
Delivering a public lecture at the University of Edinburgh's Law School on the topic Global Change and the Legal Profession, Past and Future: Perspectives from India on June 1, the CJI said that it was not on...