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The Karnataka High Court disposed of a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed to set aside the order of appointment of the Commissioner of Bangalore Development Authority.


The Hurtful Blogger

YouTuber and blogger A Shankar posts regular articles on alleged corruption by politicians, government employees, journalists and judges. The Madras High Court has now sentenced him to a prison term for his claims that the “entire higher judiciary is plagued by corruption”

Sartorial Skirmish

Following a clutch of petitions, the Court has said that there can be no comparison between the kirpan and turban of Sikhs and the hijab of Muslim women as the former was allowed under the Constitution


Things We Love to Hate

Hate speech has become a divisive issue in order to exploit social prejudices for electoral gains. The Supreme Court has come down heavily on TV channels promoting and fanning religious and sectarian hatred as a means of increasing their ratings. Will anything change?

A Life of Dignity

In a landmark judgment, the Court recognised that voluntary sex work is not an offence and prohibits police officials from arresting these workers, but allows them to arrest the brothel owner


Constitutional Logjam

By reviving the practise of constitutional courts, Chief Justic of India UU Lalit has brought the focus back on constitutional jurisprudence. The question is how well the constitutional courts will perform. In 2021, only three judgments were delivered by Constitution benches

The Winds of Change!

The new chief justice of India has brought in a significant new move in which the apex court has picked at least 25 key cases and submitted them to five-judge Constitution benches for fast-track hearings

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The Allahabad High Court while hearing an Application under section 482 filed by Smt Shiela Gupta observed that only on the ground that there was a delay in lodging of first information report, entire criminal proceedings could not be set aside ignoring the contents of FIR and investigation thereof.

Misconduct by retired Government officer can be dealt under Article 351-A of the Civil service regulation Act: Allahabad Court

Allahabad High Court while hearing a Special Appeal filed by Gaya Prasad Yadav observed that after the retirement of a government servant, if such employee is found to be guilty of grave misconduct it is the Governor who can take action as provided in Article 351-A of the Civil Service Regulations.

Allahabad High Court seeks response of State Government on petition challenging directions issued by Director Horticulture

Allahabad High Court division bench while hearing a petition filed by Godawari Poultry Farmers Welfare Association seeks a response from the state government on a petition challenging the direction issued by the Director, Horticulture and Food Processing.
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