The High Court of Delhi has stayed the election of office bearers and members of the executive committee of Gymnastics Federation of India (GFI) till October 12.
The single-judge Bench of Justice Purushaindra Kumar Kaurav on Wednesday directed the sports body not to conduct any fresh election till the next date of hearing on October 12.
The High Court further stayed the impugned notice dated September 7, 2022 regarding the election of office bearers and members of the executive committee ...
The Delhi High Court has recently restrained the misuse of the name, image, voice and other attributes of persona, including the “jhakaas” catchphrase of actor Anil Kapoor for commercial gain. Acknowledging that such misuse can damage a celebrity’s right to endorsement, the Court also added that “fame for a person comes with disadvantages” and “this case shows that reputation and fame can transcend into damage”
The Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Bill has been critiqued for vagueness. Of course, this is not a virtue in legislative drafting of crimes. Outright vagueness is neither desirable, nor constitutionally permissible
The diplomatic crisis between India and Canada should not surprise either governments. Both sides know exactly what happened, where, when, why, and how. The tremendous power of electronic intelligence utilized by the “five eyes-nations” computing and analytical skills deciphered actions and communications around the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. The five are the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia
The acrimonious dispute between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the killing of a prominent Khalistani supporter in Canada has turned into an international crisis. Is there a way out of the diplomatic impasse?
The Law Commission of India has recommended permitting the registration of electronic first information reports (e-FIR) for all cognisable offences where the accused was not known.
The Commission further recommended registration of E-FIR in all cognisable offences with a maximum punishment of three years where the identity of the accused was known.
The Commission recommended suitable amendments not only to the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, but also to the Indian Evidence Act, 1872; th...