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The Delhi High Court has issued notice on Sharjeel Imam's plea that challenged proceedings against him for the same speech delivered in two different cases at Jamia Millia Islamia University in December 2019. Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar has asked Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad, who has represented the Delhi Police for a prompt response and has listed the matter for hearing on October 18. Sharjeel Imam was represented by Advocates Talib Mustafa, Ahmad Ibrahim and Ayesha Zaidi represen...


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.


India’s G20 presidency is a game changer for Kashmir, it’s time to showcase Paradise on Earth

By Ashok Bhan After its dismemberment in 1971,...

No Limit to Constitutional Disenfranchisement?

Has the time come for the Supreme Court to suo motu articulate a cogent protection regime for the rights of those in prison or other forms of custodial confinement?


One Prank Too Many

In a new development, many Delhi schools have received hoax bomb threats. Now a petition in the Delhi High Court calls for an action plan to deal with these pranksters

On the Mat

As sports bodies openly ignore the Supreme Court guidelines on setting up internal complaints committees to look into sexual harassment charges, female sportspersons are left in the lurch. The latest to join the long line of victims are top female wrestlers of the country. How will the predators be prosecuted?

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The Law Commission of India has recently released its 280th Report, stating that there was no need to amend the law on adverse possession.   In India, adverse possession is a legal principle which enables persons to gain ownership of a property by possessing it openly and continuously, despite the fact that someone else may be its legal owner. As per Article 65 to Schedule I of the Limitation Act, a timeline of 12 years is provided to the aggrieved person claiming to be the real...
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