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Justice Chandrachud questioned whether they could do anything without verifying adequate documents
The two-judge bench comprising Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice M.R. Shah pronounced its judgment in the Election Commission's plea against the Madras High Court's oral observations.
The public interest Petitioner has based his case substantially on the video footage of the alleged incident which is available on social media.

Courts
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The two-judge bench comprising Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice M.R. Shah pronounced its judgment in the Election Commission's plea against the Madras High Court's oral observations.

Centre moves SC against Karnataka HC order directing it to hike oxygen allocation to 1200 MT

Justice Chandrachud questioned whether they could do anything without verifying adequate documents

Frivolous petitions: Supreme Court initiates action to recover Rs 25 lakh cost imposed in 2017

The bench then directed the state to initiate fresh steps in recovering the costs from the petitioner, that could be gathered from the arrears of land revenue.

Himachal High Court denies bail to man accused of raping minor

The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Wednesday rejected the bail application of a man, Suresh Kumar, accused of raping a 17-year-old.

Feature

Courts offer respite against gags on media, social media

In a laudable order, the apex court has warned states and the police against curbing the media or calls for help during the pandemic and said any such move would invite contempt of court.

American exceptionalism continues within Quad

While the Quad meets India’s aspiration of becoming “a stabilising power”, the “India way” is not only being tested by China, but by other members of the group, particularly the US.

Justice Shantanagoudar: Judge with a conscience

The sudden passing away of the sitting Supreme Court judge is a huge loss to the judiciary as he had delivered numerous landmark judgments.

Columns

Tips for young lawyers: Read to keep your mind from getting stale, repeat

While law is a noble profession, it is a long and winding road. A new entrant would do well to read good books or browse through a lawyer’s personal library to keep his mind from getting stale.

GNCTD Act 2021: Who is the boss in Delhi?

In several cases, the SC has observed that the governor or lieutenant governor cannot override the chief minister in parliamentary democracy but the Delhi lieutenant governor has now become the master of the chief minister who will have to plead before him for getting approval of his policies and decisions.

Fighting Covid-19: The case for vaccine passports

Rather like the passports of today, these would function as verifiable, credible, digitised records of inoculation that will be accepted across countries and enable one to bypass quarantine requirements.

Specials

Covid underlines importance of a Will

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the world severely. The current outbreak is the biggest challenge the world has seen since World War II. We hope that in these tough times you and your loved ones are staying fit and healthy.

Calculus of Force Majeure in Coronavirus Lockdown

Everything was normal and calm across the globe till a deadly pandemic virus named COVID-19 splattered in Wuhan, a city of China when the case of COVID-19 was reported for the first time and after much willy-nilly China finally confirmed human to human transmission on 21st January 2020

First Information Report by Dr. Dewakar Goel ‘FIR is the soul of criminal case as turning wheel of the ship’

From the shelf of Dr. Dewakar Goel ‘First Information Report (Concept Procedure and Practice)’ is the latest addition to the multitude.

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Cause List

Intervention plea filed in Supreme Court on availability of hospital beds, oxygen, drugs for Covid-1...

The application is filed by Anjali Bhardwaj Bhardwaj, a senior transparency and accountability activist in the country, through Senior Counsel Prashant Bhushan.

Plea in Supreme Court seeks President’s rule in West Bengal

Indic Collective Trust filed a PIL in Supreme Court seeking directions to Centre to deploy central protection forces, including armed forces, for the restoration of law and order in the State of West Bengal.

Petition filed in SC seeking direction to Centre to issue strict guidelines to prevent fake coronavi...

A bench comprising Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice Ravindra Bhat heard a petition seeking direction to the Centre to issue strict guidelines and regulations under any other law to prevent the chances of fake and counterfeit coronavirus vaccine.

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Law Firms

Tips for young lawyers: Read to keep your mind from getting stale, repeat

While law is a noble profession, it is a long and winding road. A new entrant would do well to read good books or browse through a lawyer’s personal library to keep his mind from getting stale.

GNCTD Act 2021: Who is the boss in Delhi?

In several cases, the SC has observed that the governor or lieutenant governor cannot override the chief minister in parliamentary democracy but the Delhi lieutenant governor has now become the master of the chief minister who will have to plead before him for getting approval of his policies and decisions.

Law Schools

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.

NLU, Delhi needs field workers for a three-month project

The National Law University, Delhi, will organise a special project on sexual harassment faced by women in cabs in Delhi-NCR. The project will be for three months and students with law or criminology background and preferably residents of Delhi will be eligible to take part.

News
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The application is filed by Anjali Bhardwaj Bhardwaj, a senior transparency and accountability activist in the country, through Senior Counsel Prashant Bhushan.

Freedom of speech and expression includes freedom of press to report court proceedings: SC

The two-judge bench comprising Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice M.R. Shah pronounced its judgment in the Election Commission's plea against the Madras High Court's oral observations.

Supreme Court says keep oxygen buffer stock, Centre pushes for audit

Central government office Sumita Dawra said: There is an overall scarcity of containers. We are importing the containers from abroad. Delhi has received 730 Mts of oxygen yesterday.
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