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A plea for statutory bail, filed by activist Gautam Navlakha, which was a challenge of the Bombay High Court’s rejection of his plea, was today dismissed by the Supreme Court. Navalkha has been allegedly involved in the Bhima Koreagon violence case.
Justice Chandrachud, who is also chairing the Supreme Court E-committee, has been instrumental in ensuring that courts across the country function virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The bench made it clear that authorities must make all effort to make sure that oxygen is available to a patient desperately needing it and that authorities cannot ignore such needs.
Any member who has been hospitalized for upto 7 days on account of Covid shall be eligible for a further sum of Rs. 25,000/- in addition to the grant amount mentioned under Clause1.

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A Delhi court has granted regular bail to four men accused in black marketing and hoarding of oxygen concentrator while noting even if all averments in FIR presumed to be “gospel truth” still no prima facie case made against the accused persons.  The Court said at the best a case of breach of contract is made out and no prima facie case for cheating under section 420 IPC is made out against the accused more so when the allegations are specifically against co-accused Navneet Kalra.  T...

Delhi HC grants bail to man accused of raping woman after blackmailing her with obscene videos

The bail application has been filed by Mohit Aggarwal who has been accused of making obscene videos, blackmailing and raping the prosecutrix for several months.

Delhi HC to hear plea seeking stay on Central Vista tomorrow

It submitted that the work, which formulates the subject matter of the petition, was awarded to M/s Shapoorji Pallonji and Company in January 2021.

Covid spike: Sikkim HC notes low number of hospital, ICU beds with concern

The Sikkim High Court noted that there appears to be a dearth of ambulances for Covid duty and the number of drivers engaged for the existing ambulances.

Feature

IP waiver for Covid vaccines: Health equality for all

By Saju Jakob Extraordinary situations demand ...

The Ordinance Conundrum

In 1950, the Speaker spoke about the “undemocratic” practice of promulgating ordinances instead of bringing Bills. Now, they are re-issued in the absence of their ratification, thereby doing away with ordinance etiquette.

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.

Columns

Adieu, Soli!

I shared a warm and cordial friendship with this votary for human rights and multi-faceted personality. He not only protected the freedom to dissent but practised remarkable hospitality to public criticism.

West Bengal: The tough road ahead for Mamata Banerjee

Now that she is back as chief minster once again, Mamata Banerjee must put an end to the post-poll violence, shore up facilities to save lives hit by the raging pandemic and restore the economic health of the state.

The Loneliness of the Long-distance Lawyer

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.

Specials

Justice delivered: How Indian agencies pooled resources to help a wronged Indian couple in Qatar

Amid the complete chaos of politically motivated cases and indictments in India, there still remains the silver lining of judgment, of powerful investigating agencies doing their duties as they should.

Settlement Hubs: Settling Disputes In Times Of A Climate Emergency

Philip the Second of Macedonia struck a treaty with the Southern States of Greece to settle territorial disputes through arbitration in 337 B.C.E. Interestingly, the infamous Ides of March was originally known as a time in the month for Senators of the Roman Empire to forget past grudges and settle feuds.

Massive Covid-19 bungling slips by unnoticed in small town India

The world has been shocked into sitting up seeing the plight of the thousands losing their battle against Covid in Delhi but an even greater mess of planning, management and performance has infiltrated small town India, threatening its very existence.

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Plea in Supreme Court seeks direction to Ministry of Corporate Affairs to fill up vacancy of NCLAT c...

A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking direction to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to fill up the vacancy of the Chairman of NCLAT and President of NCLT without any delay.

Plea in Supreme Court seeks directions to EC over 12 disqualified MLAs still in Manipur Assembly as ...

A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court of India, seeking direction to the Election Commission of India to submit its opinion to the Governor of Manipur on 12 legislators who had been disqualified from the Manipur assembly but continue to function as members of the House.

West Bengal govt moves Supreme Court seeking free Covid vaccine across the country

The West Bengal government has filed a plea in the Supreme Court, demanding free vaccination against Novel Coronavirus for the entire country.

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Adieu, Soli!

I shared a warm and cordial friendship with this votary for human rights and multi-faceted personality. He not only protected the freedom to dissent but practised remarkable hospitality to public criticism.

West Bengal: The tough road ahead for Mamata Banerjee

Now that she is back as chief minster once again, Mamata Banerjee must put an end to the post-poll violence, shore up facilities to save lives hit by the raging pandemic and restore the economic health of the state.

Law Schools

HNLU Raipur releases first ever Day Zero campus recruitments

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU) Raipur’s graduating batch of 2020 has released campus recruitment figures for the 50 students (out of a batch of 150) who took part in the official campus placement activities.

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.

News
Update

Any member who has been hospitalized for upto 7 days on account of Covid shall be eligible for a further sum of Rs. 25,000/- in addition to the grant amount mentioned under Clause1.

Delhi HC to hear plea seeking stay on Central Vista tomorrow

It submitted that the work, which formulates the subject matter of the petition, was awarded to M/s Shapoorji Pallonji and Company in January 2021.

Covid spike: Sikkim HC notes low number of hospital, ICU beds with concern

The Sikkim High Court noted that there appears to be a dearth of ambulances for Covid duty and the number of drivers engaged for the existing ambulances.
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