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Over the detention of a convict after completing sentence, the Allahabad High Court has directed the Director General, Department of Prisons, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow to file personal affidavit stating therein that till now how many convicts/prisoners are still detained in jail after completing their sentence in the entire State of Uttar Pradesh. A Single Bench of Justice Shamim Ahmed passed this order while hearing a Criminal Appeal filed by Arvind @ Naga. Counsel for the appellant submitt...


Fog of Legal War

Even though, the Supreme Court recently slammed the Delhi and Punjab governments for their lackadaisical approach to pollution control, unrestrained foul air threatens the life of the capital’s citizenry

Beef About Transport

In a landmark judgment, the Allahabad High Court has ruled that Uttar Pradesh’s law banning cow slaughter does not forbid the transportation of beef. A petition was filed challenging an order wherein a motorcycle had been confiscated under the UP Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act, 1955


Rally Rights

While even political campaign rallies are generally categorised within the right to protest sphere, what relief does a common, apolitical citizen have when the rally’s side-effects infringe upon his human rights?

Pick and Choose

Even as the apex court has warned the centre against arbitrary transfers of judges, the fact is that transfers impinge on judicial federalism and separation of powers and violate basic features doctrine


Dignity in Retirement

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has recently said that the State must ensure that judicial officers upon retirement must live a life of dignity. This is a case for all government officials

Innocent No More

In a shocking incident in Delhi, a teenager allegedly stabbed to death an 18-year-old on the street after which he started dancing on the spot. The crime has raised several questions on the crimes committed by minors and how the young are behaving in today’s fast-paced world

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The Supreme Court on Thursday marked the 50th anniversary of the Kesavananda Bharti judgement by releasing a video dedicated to the historic 1973 Fundamental Rights case in 10 languages. Making the announcement, Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said that the video of the landmark verdict was now available in 10 Indian languages on the Supreme Court's website. Stressing on the importance of breaking down language barriers to make the work of the court accessible to a wider secti...
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