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The growing and steady barrage of ad hominem public attacks on sitting senior judges reveal how the Supreme Court has become an arena for target practice by politicians and opportunists from within and outside.
By Kenneth Tiven in the ...

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New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court today directed the Delhi Chief Secretary to file an affidavit stating reasons as to why there cannot be a system of e-registration of various documents such as property papers, wills etc. The division bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan further asked the government: “If other states are doing it, why can’t it be done in Delhi?” The bench was hearing a petition filed by advocate Gaurav Gambhir who has highlighted the ambiguity am...

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Trial by jury can restore public confidence in judiciary

As the judiciary increasingly comes under critici...

ASSAULTING THE BENCHES

The growing and steady barrage of ad hominem public attacks on sitting senior judges reveal how the Supreme Court has become an arena for target practice by politicians and opportunists from within and outside.

SVAMITVA Yojana Cards: Monetising land with the ability to impose property tax

In a laudable move by the centre, property cards have been distributed to those living in rural segments in order to deliver land ownership rights and allow them to use this as an asset for borrowing funds.

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Covid-19 and masks: Can Mumbai’s penal provisions help contain the virus?

With the pandemic continuing to surge and people ...

BOBDE’S BURDEN

Even as the Covid conflagration rages and the nation hurtles towards an economic crisis of unfathomable proportions, controversies surrounding the judiciary continue to compete for the headlines as they have been doing for the last several weeks.

Shaheen Bagh protest: Supreme Court verdict underlines public places can’t be held hostage

The apex court has disapproved of the way in which the Shaheen Bagh protests took place and ruled that such agitations must be in designated areas alone and public spaces cannot be occupied indefinitely.

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The pattern in the method: the curious case of a Chief Minister’s letter

There are a few months to go before Justice N.V. Ramana will take over as India’s 48th Chief Justice. That is the trajectory of the senior most puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of India as per convention and judicial precedent.

Kayasthas Nitin of BJP and Luv of INC should fight for Bankipur, but it’s not a two-horse race

The Bankipur assembly constituency of Patna Sahib, Bihar, goes to the polls in the second phase of elections to be held on November 3. And the Congress is likely to field Shatrughan Sinha’s son Luv as its candidate.

Experts unanimously agree FDs with banks, NBFCs must be 100% insured

The Rs 5 lakh limit in the insurance provided for fixed deposits is definitely not enough, agree participants in India Legal’s Special Show on APN News Channel

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Subramanian Swamy files plea in Supreme Court against Char Dham judgment of Uttarakhand High Court

New Delhi (ILNS): A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the Uttarakhand High Court’s order dismissing a plea challenging the takeover of the Char Dham and 51 other shrines by the Uttarakhand government by forming the Char Dham Devasthanam Management Board.

Student denied admission in govt school due to age, moves Delhi High Court

New Delhi (ILNS): A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court by a student who has been refused admission to Class XI of Government Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, allegedly on the ground that he exceeded the age limit.

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Covid-19 and masks: Can Mumbai’s penal provisions help contain the virus?

With the pandemic continuing to surge and people ...

BOBDE’S BURDEN

Even as the Covid conflagration rages and the nation hurtles towards an economic crisis of unfathomable proportions, controversies surrounding the judiciary continue to compete for the headlines as they have been doing for the last several weeks.

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NLUD releases a report on death penalty A study...

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WBNUJS “uninvites” State Governor A student gro...

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New Delhi (ILNS): A petition before the Jabalpur bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has claimed that the appointment of 14 non-MLAs as ministers of the state, in the absence of any extraordinary or rare circumstances, is contrary to the Articles 163 and 164 of the Constitution of India. The bench has issued notices to the state Governor, Chief Minister, state Assembly Speaker, the Election Commission of India and 16 others regarding this. The notices were was issued by the division bench...
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