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Babri Masjid demolition acquittals: Is Section 149 of the IPC applicable only for the common man?

Section 149 of the IPC states: ‘…every person who, at the time of the committing of that offence, is a member of the same assembly, is guilty of that offence.’

Babri Outcome: Alternative Ways Of Viewing India

Shortly after a special CBI court acquitted all the surviving 32 accused in the Babri Masjid demolition case last week, several journalists and academicians reminded me of an essay I had written for India Legal magazine in December 2017 which possibly has more relevance today than the time it was written

Privacy: Covid-19’s greatest casualty

In 2017, the SC fast-delivered one of the most important judgments, asserting that the right to privacy is a fundamental right. Now, amid a raging pandemic, there is a perceptible difference in the way individual privacy is treated by authorities at large, and once again, the matter has gone to court.

Covid-19 Unlock 5.0: Keep faith in masks, preventive measures

India is currently in the midst of Unlock 5.0. While a short lockdown may curtail Covid cases, implementing it without adhering to correct and consistent use of masks would be counter-productive.

National Medical Commission: A shot in the arm for medical education

The NMC Act will bring in much-needed reforms in the medical education sector by ensuring probity, bringing down costs, simplifying procedures and enhancing the number of medical seats in India

If Indian soldiers die due to govt negligence, it should be sued

In the skirmishes with China, the defence of the country should be balanced with the rights of the armed forces. Every time a soldier dies and it is a case of negligence, compensation must be paid.

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All you need to know about Corporate Law

A corporate is a body or collection of people that have joined together to do business. Usually corporate are companies. Corporates are considered as artificial persons and legal fictions as they are bestowed with the recognition of persons, for their ease of operation.

Student denied admission in govt school due to age, moves Delhi High Court

New Delhi (ILNS): A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court by a student who has been refused admission to Class XI of Government Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, allegedly on the ground that he exceeded the age limit.

Cannot deny services in absence of Aarogya Setu App, says Karnataka High Court

New Delhi (ILNS): The Karnataka High Court today ordered that in the absence of a law, central and state government agencies cannot deny any benefit to citizens if they don’t install Aarogya Setu App.

Bombay High Court asks Mumbai Police to summon Arnab Goswami if it wants to add his name in FIR as accused in TRP case

New Delhi (ILNS): The Bombay High Court today asked the Mumbai Police to issue summons to Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami if the police intend to add his name to the FIR as an accused.
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