Monday, April 15, 2024


The Supreme Court on Monday disposed of a plea seeking improvement in anti-collision measures in railways. The apex court also appreciated the steps taken by Indian Railways for the implementation of Kavach, anti-collision system. The plea was lodged by Advocate Vishal Tiwari following the Balasore train accident of last year. The bench of Justice Surya Kant and Justice KV Viswanathan said that the Centre and the Indian Railways have introduced multiple steps towards bettering the anti-colli...


Mental Cruelty and Divorce

The Delhi High Court recently ruled that a woman repeatedly leaving her matrimonial home without any fault of her husband is an act of mental cruelty. The Court in another case also granted divorce to celebrity chef Kunal Kapur on the grounds of cruelty committed by his estranged wife. Courts define the meaning of cruelty according to their own interpretation within the boundary of the law

Too Choosy for Comfort

In a case where a deceased driver’s son wanted compassionate appointment as a junior engineer, the Karnataka High Court said this cannot be sought as a matter of right and for a particular post


Trial and Prejudice

With the general elections around the corner, nearly 4.3 lakh people in India will be forcibly denied their right to vote. These are undertrial detenus in Indian jails, their criminality far from being proved. This is unfair

Big Brother Watching You…

The Court is examining whether ordering an accused to drop his Google pin location to the Investigation Officer throughout the period of his bail is violative of his right to privacy


Time to Nurture Nature

In a landmark verdict, the Court said that citizens’ right against adverse effects of climate change is part of the right to life and equality. But will the State be willing to crack down on unbridled development?

Abortion And The US Elections

The Court ruled last week that a 160-year-old near-total abortion ban is enforceable. This verdict is a legal bombshell in an election year. Abortion has become a key electoral issue in the country. A majority of women in America want to control their own decisions regarding sex and reproductive health. This has wide support among younger and liberal voters

Twitter Feeds

Cause List

FlipHTML5 LightBox Embed Demo

Law Firms

Trial and Prejudice

Law Schools


Nearly twenty-one former judges have written to the Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud expressing their concerns over escalating attempts by certain factions in an effort to undermine the judiciary through calculated pressure, misinformation and public disparagement. In the letter written to the CJI on Sunday, the retired judges said they were concerned about what they called tactics of misinformation and the orchestration of public sentiment against the judiciary, which is detrimen...