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- Delhi High Court Advice For Airlifting Karol Bagh’s 108-Feet Hanuman Statue To Remove Congestion.
- Bombay High Court Rejects Maharashtra Government’s Appeal; Allowed Undertrial To Get Home Food.
- SC: Abusing SC/ST person over phone in public place an offence
- Call for Papers: International Review of Contemporary Legal Issues: Submit by April 30
- St. Stephen’s Model United Nations [Delhi, Feb 2-4, 2018]: Registrations Open
The Delhi High Court recently delivered a comprehensive judgment regarding the legal permissibility of referring cases under Section 138 of the NI Act for amicable settlement through mediation, procedure to be followed for settlement and the legal implications of breach of such a settlement. The Bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice AnuMalhotra, first highlighted theRead more
A PIL was filed by former union minister Ashwini Kumar for protection of rights of senior citizens. Arguments by Petitioner During the hearing, senior advocate Ashwini Kumar, who was also the Law Minister during the erstwhile UPA government, said the Centre in its affidavit says it was giving Rs 200 as old age pension. HeRead more
The Supreme Court has held that service details of employees fall within the ambit of ‘personal information’ under Section 8(1)(j) of the Right to Information Act, and that such details cannot be furnished unless any nexus with larger public interest is shown. This was held by allowing the appeal filed by Canara Bank Ltd., againstRead more
Though the bench of Chief Justice Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud initially suggested the name of Justice KS Radhakrishnan, lawyers appeared for Shafin, Kapil Sibel and Indira Jaising suggested the Court to consider a retired non-Keralite judge for supervision. Then the Court finalized Justice RV Raveendran’s name. J S Khehar and Justice D YRead more
The Supreme Court has referred to a larger Bench its decision rendered in March, wherein it had advocated for the use of video conferencing in resolution of matrimonial disputes. In a significant step, a Bench of Justices Kurian Joseph and R Banumathi has directed that the order of the Supreme Court in Krishna Veni Nagam v. Harish Nagam, mandating useRead more