The Calcutta High Court quashed a defamation complaint which was lodged against BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari on the pretext of being not filed before an appropriate court.
Single-judge Justice Bibek Chaudhari said that the complaint is triable before a special Magistrate or a special court designated to hear cases against Members of Parliament (MP) and Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA).
The judge without going into the merits of the complaint, said the Chief Judge of th...
The new liquor policy allows large, international companies to sell ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages, beer and wine to their employees at their workplaces subject to terms. It may sound hip and cool, but alcohol abuse is a familiar Indian story.
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?
The Bombay High Court issued notice on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed on the issue of thousands of stray dogs roaming around in the city Aurangabad.
The Aurangabad Bench of Justice Ravindra V. Ghuge and Sanjay A. Deshmukh perused the report of the Registrar (Judicial), dated 02.05.2023. The said authority has opined that this Petition involves public interest.
The Petitioner in person before the High Court is a young practicing advocate at Aurangabad Bench, who has taken up the ...