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The Patna High Court disposed of a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed for a direction to the authorities concerned to remove the encroachment from the public road encroached by the private respondents. The Bihar Public Land Encroachment Act, 1956 provides remedy for removal of encroachment from public lands. Section 4 of the Act allows an opportunity to the noticee (petitioner) to raise any defense which they could have raised if they were defendants in a properly framed suit for removal...


Electrifying Move

The scheme of the Delhi government aims to promote the use of electric vehicles as a mode of transport and will compel commercial vehicles to convert from traditional fuels to electric power.

Learning to Kill

The murder and suicide case in the Shiv Nadar University in Greater Noida involving a girl and her male classmate she was in a relationship with has revealed how easy it is for a student to obtain a weapon and how easy it is for a normal relationship to quickly turn into a tragedy.


Cruelty Vs Culture: Re-writing the Magna Carta of the Rights of Nature?

In an astonishing decision, the Court held that bulls can be regarded as “performing animals” and upheld the concept of ownership of an animal and an individual’s right to employ it in sports.

A Himalayan Task

Some states have asked the public for suggestions for a draft UCC. Regulation of live-in relationships and giving equal rights to women in property are some of the issues that need looking into.


Money for Nothing

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

Political Slugfest

As the wrestlers fight for justice, the political snowballing is hard to ignore. The BJP may have to pay a heavy price for this

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The Orissa High Court dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed challenging the circular issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which announced discontinuance from circulation of Rs 2000 notes. The PIL filed by one Jayanti Das to issue a Rule Nisi calling upon the opposite parties to show cause as to why a writ of mandamus or any other appropriate writ/writs shall not be issued to the opposite parties (i) to make necessary changes in the press release, notification and circula...
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