The Supreme of India has seen 80 crore deposit from L’oreal India Private Limited in the matter challenging the Delhi High court order whereby the court directed Loreal to deposit the principal profiteered amount after deducting the GST imposed on the net profiteered amount in 6 equal instalments.The bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice M.M. Sundresh shall be hearing the matter in the month of September 2023.before which the parties are directed to file their reply.
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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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA), under the Chairmanship of Justice P.S. Teji, former judge of the Delhi High Court, has disposed of 978 (40.08 percent) cases out of the total 2440 complaints received in 2021-2022.
As per its third annual report 2021-22, of the total 2440 complaints received in 2021-22, 334 were pending at initial stage, report was awaited from Delhi Police in 666 complaints, while 462 cases were currently under inquiry.
Extending his good wishes for the annual repo...
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday that there were bound to be differences of opinion between the legislature and the judiciary, however, they did not indicate a crisis, but were signs of a robust democracy