Tuesday, December 6, 2022
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Shashank Rai


The Hurtful Blogger

YouTuber and blogger A Shankar posts regular articles on alleged corruption by politicians, government employees, journalists and judges. The Madras High Court has now sentenced him to a prison term for his claims that the “entire higher judiciary is plagued by corruption”

Dog Days

This calendar year about 1,00,000 people have suffered stray dog bites, leading to 21 rabies-related deaths which have been reported. The Supreme Court has suggested that people feeding street dogs could be held responsible if the dog bites someone

Record Appointments

With CJI NV Ramana retiring soon, one legacy he left behind is that he filled up many vacancies in the Supreme Court and High Courts. This was unlike his predecessor, Justice SA Bobde, who made no appointments to the Supreme Court due to the collegium being deadlocked for 22 months. 

Easy Come, Easy Go

In a move to ease matters, the government will issue driving licenses without driving tests. Instead, dedicated training centres will conduct these tests

Judging the Judges

Personal attacks have been made against two judges of the Supreme Court for their strong remarks against former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma leading to a dangerous scenario where judges will now have to consider what the media thinks instead of what the law really demands

Split Verdicts

A division bench of the ...

Governor’s Rules

In a recent development, the Rajasthan government is bringing in a legislation to give the chief minister the power to appoint chancellors for the 28 state-funded universities.

Professional PIL Shops

The first PIL was filed by an advocate upon seeing a news report about the hardships faced by undertrial prisoners in Bihar who had to spend years in jail without being punished. But over the years, the PIL has become a tool of publicity for advocates and one of harassment for litigants.

Unsociable Media

A bunch of petitions had been filed by entities who had approached the Delhi High Court after social media platforms, such as Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, amongst others, had suspended their social media handles without any prior intimation.

Enabling the Disabled

A historic judgment by the Supreme Court has brought hope to millions of disabled people, allowing them access to government jobs they were denied till now.

News Update

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