A bench Supreme Court said that the suo motu extension of limitation period will stand withdrawn with effect from October 1, 2021. The Court observed that as the COVID-19 cases have come down and indicated that a buffer period of 90 days will be given with effect from October 1.
Free legal aid and the assurance of its universal availability is important to keep police excesses in check, CJI NV Ramana said recently. He also noted how police stations are the places where rights are easily trampled upon resulting often in custodial deaths and other excesses.
"The threat to human rights and bodily integrity are the highest in Police Station", the Chief Justice of India NV Ramana said at an event organized by the National Legal Services Authority of India (NALSA) on Sunday. He also inaugurated the legal aid app related to legal services.
The SC's repeated assertions on laws restricting habeas corpus, freedom of association, peaceful protest and dissent, particularly the untrammelled use of anti-sedition statutes and cyber regulations, is nothing new. Way back in 2016, I had offered a personal salute to Justices Dipak Misra
The first look of the Justice RV Raveendran's book anomalies of law unveiled on Saturday by the Chief Justice of India, NV Ramana. The launch were followed by the panel discussion. Talking about the book, the CJI said it covers procedural and substantive law relating to civil procedure, electoral reforms
The letter sought to bring it to the notice of the Supreme Court of India of the misuse of Section 498A, which has the power to deal with the peril of cruelty and doldrums a married woman faces in the form of dowry demands, which in many a case has led to the demise of the woman.