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The Karnataka High Court has granted bail to Mohan Nayak, an accused in the murder case of activist-journalist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead in 2017. The single-judge Bench of Justice S Viashwajith Shetty recorded in the order that none of the 23 witnesses, who spoke about the role of Nayak, said he was part of the meeting where the accused persons allegedly conspired to murder Lankesh. Nayak has become the first person to get bail in relation to the case. The High Court noted that ...


Spousal Limits

Even though marriage may be a union of souls, a judgment of the Karnataka High Court makes it clear that the right to privacy trumps all rights and all Aadhaar information cannot be demanded by a spouse

Transgenders and Defence Forces

The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019, and its implications are being examined by the Indian Armed Forces in order to determine the potential employment opportunities for this community


Rally Rights

While even political campaign rallies are generally categorised within the right to protest sphere, what relief does a common, apolitical citizen have when the rally’s side-effects infringe upon his human rights?

Pick and Choose

Even as the apex court has warned the centre against arbitrary transfers of judges, the fact is that transfers impinge on judicial federalism and separation of powers and violate basic features doctrine


Not Modi or Mama, but the Magic of Cash

The BJP’s win in the state can be attributed to its various schemes targeting women and a well-planned strategy to infuse cash into their bank accounts

Assassination Games

It reads like a Bollywood script and includes twists and turns that seem mysterious. Despite multiple unknowns today, the foiled plot to assassinate the Sikh based in New York has severe implications for the relationship between two large democracies in the year ahead

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President of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) and renowned Senior Advocate Dr Adish C Aggarwala has written an open letter to Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud, asking him to ignore the wild and imaginary accusations made against the Registry. The letter was written by the SCBA President to the CJI on December 7, talking in length about letters written by certain senior lawyers, alleging improper listing of cases before the Apex Court. The SCBA President said that the as...
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