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Hathras case: No transfer before completion of CBI investigation; high court to monitor probe, says Supreme Court [Read Judgment]

New Delhi (ILNS): The Supreme Court today turned down an appeal for transfer of the Hathras case to Delhi, saying that transfer can be considered once investigation is complete.

MJ Akbar Vs Priya Ramani: After days of hearing, court says case not under its jurisdiction, transfers it to district and sessions court

In a surprising development, a Delhi High court on Tuesday transferred a criminal defamation case filed by former State for External Affairs MJ Akbar against journalist Priya Ramani to the court of the principal district and sessions judge after hearing it for two years.

Karnataka High Court takes action to expedite cases involving MPs, MLAs

New Delhi: The Karnataka High Court today asked the court’s Registrar General to file a suo motu plea regarding the disposal of pending criminal cases against MLAs and MPs, in the wake of the Supreme...

PIL filed in SC seeking uniform ground of succession and inheritance

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking removal of anomalies in the ground of succession and inheritance and make them gender-neutral, religion-neutral, and uniform for all citizens in the spirit of the Articles 14, 15, 21, 44 and international conventions.

NCB: Another Sledgehammer?

Ever since the arrest of Rhea Chakraborty by this narcotics agency, curiosity has mounted about its role, powers and use as another law enforcement weapon in the hands of the government. An inside look

Plea in Delhi High Court says govt order of reserving 80% ICU beds for COVID has dealt a big blow for non-COVID patients

A petition has been filed before the Delhi High Court to quash a government order that wants private hospitals to reserve 80 percent of their ICU beds for COVID-19 patients. Such an order will deal a massive blow to treatment of non-COVID emergency patients, the appeal has claimed.

The Feminisation of the Bar

In the 70 years of the republic, women have made contributions in every walk of life. But the struggle for gender equality and justice continues in the legal profession despite the fundamental right to equality

Supreme Court’s verdict on NLAT on Monday

The Supreme Court will deliver its judgment on the plea challenging NLAT 2020, a separate entrance test for National Law University of India, Bangalore, on Monday.

China spying on judges, President, PM of India, says NGO plea before Supreme Court

An NGO, Save Them India Foundation, has filed a PIL before the SC saying that China has secretly put under surveillance Indian judges (sitting and retired) of the Supreme Court and of different high courts, as well as the President and Prime Minister of India and other influential personalities.

SC restrains Sudarshan TV from broadcasting controversial show

The Supreme Court today made some strong observations while restricting news channel Sudarshan TV from telecasting the remaining episodes of its show 'Bindas Bol' that talks about Muslims who get through the UPSC exam until further orders.

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Health activist moves SC, seeks uniform protocol for Covid treatment, calls for national body of experts

The plea has been filed by health activist and public health expert Amulya Nidhi through AOR Abhimanue Shrestha and settled by Senior Advocate Sanjay Parikh.

Flight crew breath check: Delhi HC asks DGMS to consider if test can be held in open because of Covid aerosol fears

The counsel further submitted that the last order the DGCA, obtained data from various airlines which reveals that most of the airlines are conducting testing using breath analyzers, which is much higher than 10% and in some airlines, even close to 30%.

Kerala High Court directs Kochi civic body to widen drain before monsoon

A Single Bench of Justice Devan Ramachandran observed that it will not be possible for this Court to enter into the questions of encroachments at this time, because of the impending monsoons, which is likely to hit the shores of Kerala by the end of May or the first week of June, 2021.

Declare Covishield essential commodity, cap price at Rs 157 per vial, says plea in Supreme Court

The Petitioner while calling the pricing announced by SII discriminatory i.e. Rs 400 and Rs 700, further prays to impose price ceiling of Rs 157 and make it available to both Government and Private hospitals.

Dhankhar orders CBI investigation, but how?

The Supreme Court or a High Court can allow the CBI to carry out any probe. That has not happened in this case. The CBI did not approach any court of law.
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