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Legal Eye

Hurdles in Justice Delivery: Courting Trouble

Long delays in the criminal justice system are increasingly leading to horrific instances of society taking the law into its own hands. The recent killing in an “encounter” of all the four accused in ...

Hyderabad Encounter: A Police State?

Following the nationwide outrage over the recent gang rape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad, the four accused were killed in an encounter by the state police. But what is the legality of the ...

India’s Youngest Judge: Age no Bar

Above: Mayank Pratap Singh with his parents, who are government school teachers Mayank Pratap Singh made history by cracking the Rajasthan Judicial Services at 21 years. He feels that Indian law is...

Ayodhya Verdict: Angst over Judgment

Above: AIMPLB members addressing a press conference on filing a review petition/Photo: UNI The Supreme Court judgment in the Ayodhya case has not gone down well with Muslim parties and some of them...

Restaurant Hygiene Standards: No More Delhi Belly

Above: Hygiene is often given the go-by at smaller restaurants and street food joints, putting consumers at great risk/Photo: UNI India’s food regulator is all set to make it mandatory for hotels a...

Rampur Dispute: The Great Indian Property Row

Above: (L-R) The last Nawab of Rampur, Nawab Raza Ali Khan, and his eldest son, Murtaza Ali Khan Bahadur/Photo: The apex court has brought to closure one of India’s longest running civil c...

News Update

Delhi HC directs Centre to find immediate solution to oxygen shortage, holds manufacturer in contempt

Mr Vinayak took the court through the various oxygen plants in the national capital and also the ones, which are in the process of being set up.

Video: Delhi HC to Delhi govt on immigrant workers, Delhi HC on film of late Sushant Singh Rajput’s life

Uttar Pradesh will not face complete lockdown at present, Supreme Court orders interim stay on order of Allahabad High Court.

Supreme Court says state can’t make a law if the Centre already has one

Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for West Bengal, said the matter is in the ambit of the concurrent list, where both the Centre and the State can legislate. The State law cannot be rendered repugnant to the Centre’s law, until and unless it is in conflict with the same.
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