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The direction to file affidavit was passed during the hearing of a suo motu petition started by the Delhi High Court on its own motion to include judicial staff, advocates & judges as frontline workers.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the Uttar Pradesh Police to hand over the X-Ray plate and the video of the post-mortem of Navreet Singh
The Supreme Court today has been informed that Central government has brought the detailed guidelines for digital content on both digital media
On February 19, the court had directed the SP, Sonipat Jail, to get Kumar examined at GMCH while his father Rajbir told the court that Kumar had been subjected to police torture.

Courts
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The Supreme Court on Thursday read down Section 12(2)(c) of the Maharashtra Zilla Parishads and Panchayat Samitis Act, 1961 which means reservation in favour of OBCs in the concerned local bodies to be notified to the extent that it does not exceed aggregate 50 percent of the total seats reserved in favour of SCs/STs/OBCs taken together. The bench comprising Justices AM Khanwilkar, Indu Malhotra and Ajay Rastogi was hearing a petition seeking a declaration that Section 12(2)(c) of the Mahara...

Delhi bus owners seek exemption from road tax, penalty

A Single-Judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva has asked the counsel appearing for the respondent GNCTD to take a decision preferably within six weeks.

Delhi HC asks UP Police to hand over X-Ray plate, post-mortem video of Navreet Singh

The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the Uttar Pradesh Police to hand over the X-Ray plate and the video of the post-mortem of Navreet Singh

Feature

Decriminalizing homosexuality one thing, allowing same-sex marriage another: Centre affidavit in Delhi High Court

The centre has sought dismissal of pleas to recognise same-sex marriages under the Special Marriage Act.

Marital dispute eclipses Armyman’s career: Supreme Court allows divorce

The Supreme Court has held that a wife making defamatory complaints against the husband and affecting his career amounts to mental cruelty and is a ground for seeking divorce.

Farmers’ protest backlash hits Reliance Jio in Punjab, Haryana

With farmers believing that Reliance will benefit from contract farming laws and porting to other telecom operators in Punjab and Haryana, the company’s wireless subscribers have reduced substantially.

Columns

Cairn Energy case: Centre pads up for appeal

After the company won an international arbitration tribunal ruling against India for levying taxes retrospectively, the centre will contest all cases filed by Cairn in various international courts.

PM Modi’s vaccine diplomacy

In the spirit of collaboration, the prime minister has suggested a special visa scheme for Indian doctors and nurses so that they can travel quickly within the sub-continent to help with the pandemic as well as a regional air ambulance.

Specials

An analysis of laws related to Adverse Possession: Threat to real owner

You may be flabbergasted to find out, that under certain circumstances, a trespasser can come onto your land, occupy it, and gain legal ownership of it. The legal terminology for this is "adverse possession."

“Depriving a citizen of his liberty and dignity is the greatest violation of the values enshrined in the Constitution”

Former Additional Solicitor General and Senior Advocate Neeraj Kishan Kaul is an example in his own right. He resigned four months after being elevated as a judge of the Delhi High Court to return to private practice. A graduate of Delhi University, he completed Masters in Law from Cambridge University.

Implications of Section 69 of IT Act 2000 R/w IT rules 2009 imposed on the citizens of India vis-a-vis privacy guaranteed under Article 21

With the advent of technology developing over the years at rapid pace, a drastic shift has occurred in the field of e-commerce , communication and vice versa.

Cause List

PIL in Bombay High Court against making Fastag mandatory for 4-wheelers

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Bombay High Court against the decision of the central government regarding the necessity of Fastag in vehicles.

PIL filed in Supreme Court seeking appointment of CBI director as per law

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed by NGO Common Cause in the Supreme Court seeking the appointment of the Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in accordance with the law.

NFL team owner moves Delhi HC to place additional documents on record in case against India-based we...

An application has been filed before the Delhi High Court by the owner of NFL’s Washington Football Team, Daniel Snyder to place on record certain additional documents in his case against the website meaww.com that had published defamatory articles against him.

Magazine

Year-ender Issue

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Law Firms

Cairn Energy case: Centre pads up for appeal

After the company won an international arbitration tribunal ruling against India for levying taxes retrospectively, the centre will contest all cases filed by Cairn in various international courts.

Law Schools

Law Campus Updates

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

Law Campuses Updates

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

News
Update

Three years after registering the said FIR, the probe agency charge-sheeted Aggarwal and Mohta for alleged irregularities in the former's appointment as a senior resident at a government hospital.

Bar Council Of India passes resolution against criticism, comments sullying Judiciary

The Council requests Ms. Brinda Karat and other like people with great respect to first examine and get acquainted with the facts of the case in question.

PIL in Bombay High Court against making Fastag mandatory for 4-wheelers

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Bombay High Court against the decision of the central government regarding the necessity of Fastag in vehicles.

PIL filed in Supreme Court seeking appointment of CBI director as per law

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed by NGO Common Cause in the Supreme Court seeking the appointment of the Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in accordance with the law.
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Delhi HC to Centre on WhatsApp privacy policy case, Allahabad HC on installation of mobile tower in the densely populated area

Supreme Court issues notice on PIL seeking caste-based census for backward classes in 2021. Wadi has said that backward classes are ignored in census form.
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Video: SC refuses to take action on killing tigress named Avni, Sc’s tough stand in sexual harassment case against MP judge

Supreme court's tough stand in a sexual harassment case against Madhya Pradesh judge, said, cannot say sexual harassment cases are suppressed, no intervention in disciplinary proceedings.
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