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- Court found a crook guilty for obtaining law degree fraudulently and deceptively
- 13 year old rape survivor delivered a baby after getting nod from SC for abortion
- SC Passed An Order Stating That National Disaster Management Authority Should Give Special Attention To Children In The Event Of A Disaster.
- Death Sentence Awarded To Firoz Rashid Khan, Tahir Merchant, While Life Term To Salem, Karimullah Khan In 1993 Mumbai Bombings
- Common Citizens Are Harassed By Certain Delhi Development Authority Officers .
Dates 30th September – 1st October, 2017 About The Centre for Advanced Research and Training in Arbitration Law (CARTAL) at National Law University, Jodhpur (India) undertakes study and research in the theory and practice of arbitration through the organisation of workshops, guest lectures and conferences. CARTAL also publishes its flagship journal, the Indian Journal of ArbitrationRead more
About MNSA Legal is a full service law firm with offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore and a representative office in Birmingham, United Kingdom. We have a dedicated team of professionals specialising in various disciplines including litigation (civil and criminal), corporate and commercial laws, dispute resolution and taxation. Our professional strength is derived fromRead more
About: Sports Committee, NLSIU in association with LawNK and The Sports Law and Policy Centre (SLPC) is pleased to bring to you the 4th Annual Spiritus Sports Law and Policy Competition. This year the competition is based on a legal brief format. This is an attempt to introduce everyone to a field of law that is still in its nascent stageRead more
The Supreme Court today struck down the validity of instant triple talaq by a majority of 3:2 of the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court is that triple talaq, pronounced in one sitting coming into effect instantaneously, is “set aside”. Out of these three judges, two (Justice Rohinton F. Nariman and Justice Uday U.Read more
Supreme Court of India has held that right to privacy is a Fundamental Right and it is protected under Article 21 of the Constitution of India. In its 547-page judgment that declares privacy to be a fundamental right, the Supreme Court has overruled verdicts given in the M.P. Sharma case in 1958 and the Kharak Singh case in 1961, both ofRead more