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The Division Bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice M R Shah have asked both parties to file their written submissions within 3 days.
Debjani Ghosal, Counsel for the petitioner, submitted that in course of transportation of such cattle to Meghalaya from West Bengal, various police stations on the way stopped the Petitioner's truck and seized the cattle, and also arrested the personnel engaged in such transportation.
The Supreme Court on Monday deferred its final decision in the matter of CBSE board exam till tomorrow, as several writ petitions questioning the CBSE scheme for evaluation of the marks, was not listed in front of the bench for consideration.
The UP police had also named Twitter in the FIR as it failed to take down the tweets and allegedly allowed the video to go viral. The FIR was registered in the backdrop of an elderly Muslim man's claim in a video that his beard was cut off and he was forced to chant Vande Mataram and Jai Shri Ram.

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The Madras High Court has given six more weeks' time to the CB-CID for completing the probe into the alleged sexual harassment of a woman IPS officer by a senior official. Justice N. Anand Venkatesh passed this order on Friday in the petition filed by a high-ranked police officer of Tamil Nadu Police. The Court, while passing the earlier order on April 30, 2021, directed the Investigation Officer to take effective steps to complete the investigation and file ...

Supreme Court reserves verdict on plea seeking ex-gratia payment of Rs 4 lakh each to families of Covid deceased

The Division Bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice M R Shah have asked both parties to file their written submissions within 3 days.

Uttarakhand HC directs Haridwar DM to decide on widow’s licence plea

The Single-Judge Bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Tewari, after hearing the submission from the respective parties on Friday, disposed of the plea with liberty to the woman to make an application for a grant of fresh license for a petty diesel retail outlet.

Bombay High Court grants 4 weeks transit anticipatory bail to journalist Rana Ayyub in UP Police FIR over her tweet

The UP police had also named Twitter in the FIR as it failed to take down the tweets and allegedly allowed the video to go viral. The FIR was registered in the backdrop of an elderly Muslim man's claim in a video that his beard was cut off and he was forced to chant Vande Mataram and Jai Shri Ram.

Feature

New Gujarat law curtails minority schools’ right in appointing staff

The Act withdraws the power of minority-run schools to appoint teaching and non-teaching staff, including the school principal, and has led to furore.

Yoga guru Ramdev’s allopathy flip-flop

In a surprising and welcome U-turn, Ramdev, who was facing a backlash for attacking allopathic doctors, claimed that good doctors are a boon and they are the messengers of god on earth.

Supreme Guidance

The Court came to the rescue of the nation by intervening with a statesman-like approach when the centre was faltering in its administrative capacity, leading to much-needed course correction.

Columns

Bail not Jail

The order which led to the release of the activist on bail is not a precedent, warned the apex court while hearing the appeal. But it shall set the stage for a lively debate to define the limits of protest in UAPA cases, investigated by the NIA.

The Wheels of Justice Grind Slow, but Exceedingly Fine

The conviction of the “butcher of Srebrenica”, Ratko Mladić, should be hailed as it conveys the message that genocide perpetrators will be held liable and morally responsible for their acts and omissions.

Post ‘Cobra’

Whatever the impact of the strange and laughable dialogues by the actor on the paying audience at the time of the release of the movies, these utterances from a podium from where an election speech was to be made did not sound convincing from a visibly ill and tottering actor.

Specials

Children remain Covid-19’s most vulnerable

Before the Covid-19 pandemic engulfed the entire world, India through its various schemes under Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme provided majority of its population food which was not only nutritious but could also satiate the daily calorific.

Delhi High Court restrains a law firm from using Singh + Singh LLP trademark

Singh & Singh moved the application under order 39 rule 1 and rule 2 of CPC to seek the protection of their mark/ name" Singh & Singh", which they were using since 1997 and registered from 2005.

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CBSE compartment students move Supreme Court seeking cancellation of Class 12 examination

Central Board of Secondary Education students have approached the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of Class XII private, compartment and repeaters CBSE Board Examinations, 2021.

PIL in Supreme Court urges FSSAI to prepare detailed report on Health Rating System

The petitioner submitted that the difference between nutrient thresholds and baseline nutrient values varies significantly across different categories and FSSAI neither conducts Health Impact Assessment nor implemented Health Star Rating.

Central Vista Project: Petitioners move Supreme Court against Delhi HC order imposing Rs 1 lakh cost...

The appeal in SC further states, “The impugned judgment apart from misconstruing the bonafide intention of the petitioners, without cause cast them in a negative light at the cost of their right to reputation.”

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Law Firms

Bail not Jail

The order which led to the release of the activist on bail is not a precedent, warned the apex court while hearing the appeal. But it shall set the stage for a lively debate to define the limits of protest in UAPA cases, investigated by the NIA.

The Wheels of Justice Grind Slow, but Exceedingly Fine

The conviction of the “butcher of Srebrenica”, Ratko Mladić, should be hailed as it conveys the message that genocide perpetrators will be held liable and morally responsible for their acts and omissions.

Law Schools

HNLU Raipur releases first ever Day Zero campus recruitments

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU) Raipur’s graduating batch of 2020 has released campus recruitment figures for the 50 students (out of a batch of 150) who took part in the official campus placement activities.

LawSikho ties up with MEPSC for new courses

LawSikho, India’s leading online education company that creates advanced and practical legal courses, has partnered with Management & Entrepreneurship and Professional Skills Council (MEPSC) to co-create and roll out five new online courses

MNLU-N students can now graduate as judicial officers for direct recruitment: CJI Bobde

Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) has come up with a course in “Nyay Shastra”, based on the ancient Indian judicial system that will train individuals as judicial officers and they can be recruited as judges directly without any further training.

News
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By: Ishan Kapoor, Advocate Supreme Court of India  Introduction  The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India recently in Tofan Singh v. State of Tamil Nadu held that officers of the Central and State agencies appointed under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act are police officers and therefore the confessional statements recorded by them under Section 67 of the Act are not admissible. In light of the aforesaid development in the opinion of author ...

Bombay High Court grants 4 weeks transit anticipatory bail to journalist Rana Ayyub in UP Police FIR over her tweet

The UP police had also named Twitter in the FIR as it failed to take down the tweets and allegedly allowed the video to go viral. The FIR was registered in the backdrop of an elderly Muslim man's claim in a video that his beard was cut off and he was forced to chant Vande Mataram and Jai Shri Ram.

CCI agrees to no coercive action against WhatsApp, Facebook till matter is heard on July 9

The Counsel for the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has agreed that no precipitate action will be taken against WhatsApp of Facebook before the hearing of the case against a notice from the CCI.

Can’t pay Rs 4 lakh ex-gratia to for every Covid death: Centre tells Supreme Court

The Central government has told the Supreme Court that it cannot afford to pay ex-gratia compensation of Rs 4 lakh each to the families of people who have died due to Covid-19.
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Top Legal News of week ending June 19

1. Delhi HC’s order surp...
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Video: Karkardooma Court on accused students in Delhi riots, CBSE presents 12th result formula in SC

A Karkardooma court ordered the immediate release of Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Iqbal Tanha, who are accused of a larger conspiracy behind the Northeast Delhi riots… Court showed strictness against police…asked, despite custody for a year, why did not verify the address immediately.
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Video: Mathura court on Siddique Kappan, Allahabad HC on minor husband’s custody

Mathura court quashed the allegation of breach of peace against Siddique Kappan and three others. Said, police could not complete the investigation in six months as per the rules … UAPA and other cases continue the trial
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Video: Delhi HC grants bail to Devangana Kalita, SC closed the case against two Italian marines

Delhi High Court grants bail to Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal and Asif Iqbal Tanha in Delhi riots case … said the case has no merit … Court has said that demonstration against the government is not terrorism … democracy by suppression of protest will be in danger
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