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The Supreme Court has expressed its anguish with the Bar Council of India (BCI) yet again for not being able to finalise norms for disciplinary action against lawyers who go on strike. A Bench of Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice Sanjay Kumar said that they would be left with any option but to directly impose punishments on lawyers guilty of boycotting court work. Justice Maheshwari remarked When the counsel for the BCI had sought more time to file a detail...


Knives Out

The Lok Sabha Secretariat has disqualified Rahul Gandhi from the House after a district court in Surat found the senior Congress leader guilty in a criminal defamation suit and slapped a two-year jail term on him.

Power & Prejudice

Telangana has filed a plea in the Supreme Court alleging inaction by the governor regarding assent to several bills. Considering the general disillusionment with governors’ exercise of discretion, an out-of-the-box solution is needed.


Legal profession in India at stake

The entry of the law firms from abroad could hit Indian lawyers and affect their income. Should there be an ombudsman to check their  credentials and accounts and are Indian law firms needlessly worried?

Women and Language

At an event organised to celebrate International Women’s Day, the chief justice of India expressed a need to ensure zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour and improper use of language against women. He will release a legal glossary in this regard.


Our Legal Orphans

As the Supreme Court bats for bail, there are still those held behind bars, with neither cases against them nor any opportunity of courts to address their apparent “guilt”. They are the real outcasts.

Bhopal Tragedy

The recent verdict of the Supreme Court on the disaster has laid bare the failings of the central government. It has also underlined the need for a strong commitment to environmental protection. The India Legal show on APN channel, hosted by the channel’s Editor-in-Chief, Rajshri Rai, sought opinions from legal experts and activists on the judgment. A report.

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The Bombay High Court disposed of a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed alleging that duplicate tenders were fraudulently prepared and excess amount was paid to the contractor at the behest of the private respondent. According to the Petitioner the vigilance enquiry was also conducted against the private respondent who was found guilty. Still the Maharashtra Housing Area and Development Authority (respondent no.1) went on promoting the private respondent to Chief ICT Officer. Further acti...
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