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The Supreme Court has issued Standard Operating procedures for hybrid physical hearing which is to commence from March 15th, 2021.
The Delhi High Court has been informed by the Tihar Jail authorities that the jail staff on duty heard noises and saw three undertrial prisoners attacking Dilsher Azad, who died inside the jail on November 30 last year.

Courts
Update

A Delhi court will on Monday pronounce its verdict against 2008 Batla House encounter case accused and an alleged Indian Mujahideen terrorist Ariz Khan. On March 3, Additional Sessions Judge Sandeep Yadav, after hearing the arguments from both sides, fixed the matter for pronouncement of judgment on March 8. Khan alias Junaid was arrested by Delhi Police's Special Cell in 2018, almost a decade after being on the run following the said encounter where one police officer and two alleged ter...

Feature

What digital, social media intermediaries need to do now on

Prominently publish on website/mobile app the rules and regulations, privacy policy and user agreement for access or usage containing information as per rule

Road accident victims: An online roadmap for quick, easy compensation

In an effort to speed up compensation to victims and their families, the Court is planning to take the digital route to improve the administration of justice.

Transgender Police: Gender Bender

India is waking up to transgenders and their rights with various states absorbing them in the police and other jobs. But until societal mindsets change, their total integration will be slow.

Columns

Policing digital media, OTT content

The New Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Rules is no ordinary notification.

Sale of PSUs can boomerang if not well thought out

The government has made a strong pitch for privatisation of PSUs and monetisation of underemployed resources.

Mumbai cyberattacks: Power Play

Recent statements by persons in authority suggest that power outages in major cities like Mumbai can be the result of malware planted by hackers. What legal options exist?

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

Plea in Delhi HC against BCI rule barring advocates from some pro bono work

A writ petition has been filed in Delhi High Court challenging the constitutional validity of Rule 8 of the Standards of Professional Conduct

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.

Magazine

Year-ender Issue

Video

Law Firms

Policing digital media, OTT content

The New Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Rules is no ordinary notification.

Sale of PSUs can boomerang if not well thought out

The government has made a strong pitch for privatisation of PSUs and monetisation of underemployed resources.

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

A Delhi court will on Monday pronounce its verdict against 2008 Batla House encounter case accused and an alleged Indian Mujahideen terrorist Ariz Khan. On March 3, Additional Sessions Judge Sandeep Yadav, after hearing the arguments from both sides, fixed the matter for pronouncement of judgment on March 8. Khan alias Junaid was arrested by Delhi Police's Special Cell in 2018, almost a decade after being on the run following the said encounter where one police officer and two alleged ter...
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