The Bombay High Court disposed of a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed for quashing a tender notice invited by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) for the purpose of outsourcing labour for cleaning/sweeping of roads as well as contracts, if any, awarded in pursuance of such tender.
The electoral bonds scheme has run into rough weather ever since it began and the Court will soon be hearing petitions challenging it. They allege that it has opened the doors to unlimited, unchecked funding to political parties in the country
An article by the senior advocate criticises four judgments of the apex court which were decided in favour of the State and led to citizens not getting protection of constitutional rights. This is a worrying trend.
The virulence of hate speech mongering had recently compelled the apex court to make scathing remarks on the government and the media. In the India Legal TV show, hosted by APN channel’s Editor-in-chief Rajshri Rai, an experienced panel of experts analysed the malaise. A report.
He has been appointed as the 16th attorney general of India. A veteran of four decades of law practice in the Supreme Court and a nonpolitical man of varied interests, all eyes are on him as he takes up the top law officer’s post of the country
The Union of India has constituted a tribunal to review the ban imposed on Muslim political organisation Popular Front of India (PFI) and its affiliated organisations under the stringent provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, for their alleged involvement in terror-related activities.
The Central government further appointed Delhi High Court Judge, Justice Dinesh Kumar Sharma, as the Presiding Officer of the Tribunal, which will examine the causes leading to the ban, b...