Senior Advocate Rajiv Nayar wrote to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court yesterday, requesting him to have a re-look at the sustainability of continuing physical hearings in view of the incessant increase in the cases of COVID-19 in the national capital and surrounding areas.
The Delhi High Court today issued a notice on a petition filed by Mehul Choksi, challenging the order of a single judge bench dismissing his petition seeking a preview of Netflix’s ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’.
Lawyers from across the country, including some very senior lawyers of the Supreme Court, have written a letter to the Chief Justice of Patna High Court, expressing outrage at the jailing of a violent gang-rape victim and her two caregivers by a magistrate at the Araria district court.
Justice PR Ramachandran, Chief Justice of the Chhattisgarh High Court, has sent Rs 10,000 to a lawyer, who has been forced to go back to his village and weave baskets for a living, being out of work due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Aastha Khanna, a law student of Delhi University has written a scathing letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, Justice DN Patel, urging the court to safeguard the rights of the students in view of the government’s order to conduct final year examinations of students in universities.
A student from Mumbai has written to the Chief Justice of India requesting a ban on animals being kept in Zoo and Circus, suggesting that they be released in Jungles, wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks to enable them to live in their natural habitat.
The Gujarat High Court Advocate Association’s President has written a letter addressing to the Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court urging him to resume physical hearing as the Junior Advocates, Non-VIP clients struggle to get their urgent matters listed.