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Assess the realities of life in awarding compensation, don’t be stereotypical: Supreme Court tells Delhi High Court

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has observed that courts assess the extent of disabilities taking into account the realities of life, rather...

Delay in filing appeal is no excuse, says Supreme Court while dismissing request to condone a late appeal

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal to an earlier order by the NCLAT, saying that delays are not condonable.

Delhi High Court dismisses petition of PTI employees filed against retrenchment; to be handled by Industrial Disputes Act

Justice J R Midha of the Delhi High Court has dismissed writ petitions filed by the PTI Employees Union and the Federation of PTI Employees Unions against the retrenchment of 297 employees by Press Trust of India by a notice of September 29, 2018.

Courts Update

Assess the realities of life in awarding compensation, don’t be stereotypical: Supreme Court tells Delhi High Court

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has observed that courts assess the extent of disabilities taking into account the realities of life, rather...

Delay in filing appeal is no excuse, says Supreme Court while dismissing request to condone a late appeal

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal to an earlier order by the NCLAT, saying that delays are not condonable.

Delhi High Court dismisses petition of PTI employees filed against retrenchment; to be handled by Industrial Disputes Act

Justice J R Midha of the Delhi High Court has dismissed writ petitions filed by the PTI Employees Union and the Federation of PTI Employees Unions against the retrenchment of 297 employees by Press Trust of India by a notice of September 29, 2018.

Jamia violence: Transfer of investigation done only when Fundamental Rights severely endangered, ASG Lekhi tells Delhi High Court

New Delhi: While a division bench of the Delhi High Court, comprising Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan was hearing arguments on a bunch of petitions seeking an investigation into police brutality on students of Jamia Milia University, Additional Solicitor General Aman Lekhi, the police counsel, said that the transfer of investigation is done in exceptional cases when Fundamental Rights are severely endangered.

Delhi High Court bench rejects scheduled caste woman’s appeal for children to be issued similar certificates

The Delhi High court has rejected a plea by a lady seeking directions for issuance of scheduled caste certificate for her two children as she belong to that caste and her husband belongs to upper caste.

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BCI writes to Madras High Court CJ, judges asking for a recall of rules set for designating Senior Advocates

New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) yesterday wrote to the Chief Justice and his companion judges of Madras High Court...

Defamation case by MJ Akbar: Priya Ramani’s lawyer clarifies that there was no mechanism then to file complaint

New Delhi: Senior Advocate Rebecca John, representing Priya Ramani in MJ Akbar's criminal defamation case, said today that there was no complaint...

Mega E-Lok Adalat inaugurated by Justice Ramana in Karnataka

Techniques and methods adopted during pandemic will prove to be solutions for long standing problems, says Justice Ramana, Judge Supreme Court &...

Delhi journalist arrested under Official Secrets Act

The Delhi Police special cell has arrested city-based freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma under the Official Secrets Act (OSA). Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Sanjeev Kumar Yadav has been quoted as saying:

Govt, DDU College playing the blame game as staff gets no salary, says Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi government and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College to look into the matter of timely payment of salary, other emoluments and reimbursement of medical bills without any delay and on priority.

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PIL filed in SC seeking uniform ground of succession and inheritance

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking removal of anomalies in the ground of succession and inheritance...

NCB: Another Sledgehammer?

Ever since the arrest of Rhea Chakraborty by this narcotics agency, curiosity has mounted about its role, powers and use as another...

Plea in Delhi High Court says govt order of reserving 80% ICU beds for COVID has dealt a big blow for non-COVID patients

New Delhi: A petition has been filed before the Delhi High Court to quash a government order that wants private hospitals to...

The Feminisation of the Bar

In the 70 years of the republic, women have made contributions in every walk of life. But the struggle for gender equality and justice continues in the legal profession despite the fundamental right to equality

Supreme Court’s verdict on NLAT on Monday

The Supreme Court will deliver its judgment on the plea challenging NLAT 2020, a separate entrance test for National Law University of India, Bangalore, on Monday.

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NCB: Another Sledgehammer?

Ever since the arrest of Rhea Chakraborty by this narcotics agency, curiosity has mounted about its role, powers and use as another...

Laws related to drug abuse

A comparison of Indian laws versus European, American, and Middle Eastern regarding punishment of marijuana users and pushers and sellers shows startling...

How the NCB is structured

The NCB is directly under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. Its Director General is Rakesh Asthana, an IPS officer...

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NSA in UP cow slaughter cases: Threat to public order enabling criteria

The National Security Act (NSA) was invoked against a man in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh (UP), for his involvement in a cow slaughter case on September 6.

Justice via video conferencing is here to stay

Video-conferencing in courts has shown how justice can be made accessible, affordable and speedy. It should be continued so that courts become “more a service than a place”.

Interviews

“The State is Morally Bound to Uphold the Fundamental Rights of the People”: Soli Sorabjee

In an exclusive interview, Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee talks about the migrants’ plight, judicial activism and the Supreme Court

“The Judiciary Makes the World a Better Place to Live In”: Former CJI MN Venkatachaliah

FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA (CJI) MN VENKATACHALIAH needs no introduction. He served as the 25th CJI from February 12, 1993 to October 24,...

“Be Prepared to Suffer for a Greater Cause”

Above: Photo by Anil Shakya (file pic) In September 2016, India Legal’s Managing Editor Ramesh Menon interviewed Ram Jethmalani for the magazine. The ageless gadfly...

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WBNUJS “uninvites” State Governor A student group from the West Bengal National Law University (WBNUJS) “uninvited” Governor Jagdeep Dhankar from a prestigious university event to...

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“The State is Morally Bound to Uphold the Fundamental Rights of the People”: Soli Sorabjee

In an exclusive interview, Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee talks about the migrants’ plight, judicial activism and the Supreme Court

“The Judiciary Makes the World a Better Place to Live In”: Former CJI MN Venkatachaliah

FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA (CJI) MN VENKATACHALIAH needs no introduction. He served as the 25th CJI from February 12, 1993 to October 24,...

“Be Prepared to Suffer for a Greater Cause”

Above: Photo by Anil Shakya (file pic) In September 2016, India Legal’s Managing Editor Ramesh Menon interviewed Ram Jethmalani for the magazine. The ageless gadfly...
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