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The Supreme Court said the unfortunate incident with the Additional Sessions Judge was widely reported in newspapers and social media, and the same was taken into consideration by the Jharkhand High Court

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The Bombay High Court on Friday refused to put a blanket ban on media in the case involving Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra, stating that there is a judicial limit on what can be construed as good or bad journalism. The Bench headed by Justice Gautam Patel passed the order on an interim application filed by Shilpa Shetty against alleged defamatory articles published against her and family after the arrest of her husband on July 19. Shetty sought directions for media...

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Hot Shots

The arrest of businessman Raj Kundra has turned the spotlight on porn and its many legal manifestations and confusion, especially to do with mobile apps and the growth of technology.

Coming Soon: The Digital Rupee

The RBI, along with other central banks, is debating the use of a Central Bank Digital Currency. If safe and effective, it’ll challenge private crypto-currencies. But first, laws need to be amended to make this a reality.

Recruit at Younger Age

The Court has struck down some provisions of the Tribunals Reforms (Rationalisation and Conditions of Service) Ordinance. This could see those below 50 years being appointed to these Tribunals.

Columns

Monies from Edutech

China has suddenly come down heavily on its domestic $100 billion edutech industry, having decided to stop all online tutoring. This augurs well for India as there could be FDI inflows into the country.

Covid-19 vaccination in the US: The science of stupidity

Almost 100 percent of hospitalised deaths due to the pandemic consists of people who are not vaccinated despite the government making it free and easy for everyone. People are actually risking death to show disbelief in medical science and clinging to policies of the Donald Trump administration.

Vacancy woes in the Supreme Court

The collegium has the extraordinary opportunity of recommending 13 names for judges. But before that, it needs to build consensus and consider deserving candidates to reflect the composite culture of India.

Specials

Law as a career choice: Do we really have a choice?

By Swati Jindal Garg For all those who are won...

Human trafficking: A modern-day slavery

By Agrima Aron & Akshat Gautam Human traffick...

Constitution of India: A handwritten masterpiece

The provisions in the Constitution of India relating to citizenship, elections, provisional parliament, temporary & transitional provisions were given immediate effect from November 26, 1949. The rest of the Constitution came into force on January 26, 1950.

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Sachar Committee: Plea in Supreme Court says PMO’s 2005 decision forming committee should be s...

The plea in Supreme Court is against the notification dated 9.3.2005 issued from the PMO leading to the formation of the High-Level Committee under Justice Sachar and the recommendations made by it in its report submitted on 17.11.2006.

Pegasus spyware: PIL seeks SIT probe under Supreme Court supervision into snooping deal, wants PM, m...

A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction to form a Special Investigation Team under Supreme Court supervision to investigate the Pegasus scandal and prosecute all accused persons/ ministers for buying Pegasus spyware and snooping on citizens of India including judges

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Law Firms

Monies from Edutech

China has suddenly come down heavily on its domestic $100 billion edutech industry, having decided to stop all online tutoring. This augurs well for India as there could be FDI inflows into the country.

Covid-19 vaccination in the US: The science of stupidity

Almost 100 percent of hospitalised deaths due to the pandemic consists of people who are not vaccinated despite the government making it free and easy for everyone. People are actually risking death to show disbelief in medical science and clinging to policies of the Donald Trump administration.

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.

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By Swati Jindal Garg For all those who are wondering as to what this title is all about… well, it is all about the career choices that one is faced with these days! Gone is the era when all one could become was either a lawyer, an engineer or a doctor. Today, it’s all about specialisation and versatility. The complexity of the legal scenario has created thousands of legal career options that serve a variety of core and non-core legal functions. The role of a legal professional is expandi...

Supreme Court dismisses PIL against arrests over posters critical of Centre’s vaccination policy

Advocate Yadav had appeared in-person seeking the indulgence of the Supreme Court to intervene in the illegal arrest of labour contractors for their speech and expression by way of pamphlets affixed on the wall which spread over social media.

Rakesh Asthana as Delhi Police chief: Contempt plea filed in Supreme Court against PM, HM, MHA

The plea in Supreme Court submitted that respondents have wilfully denied compliance with the order passed by the Supreme Court in the Prakash Singh case on July 3, 2018, that there must be minimum of three months left of service prior to the retirement for the appointment of DGP.

Detention order should mention if detenu is in custody, directs Madhya Pradesh High Court

The Madhya Pradesh High Court division bench said if a detenu is in custody at the time of passing the detention order, then it is necessary for the Detaining Authority to mention this fact in the detention order.
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