Aishwarya Asthana

An Analysis of the Supreme Court of India’s Decision in Saurav Yadav v. State of Uttar Pradesh on Reservation

Reservation is one of the debatable realities of Indian constitution. This system got its roots from the exploitations due to the age-old caste system practiced in India. According to the caste system, the society of India is divided into...

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During Raid, Physical Presence of Accused Is Necessary To Hold Him Liable: Bombay High Court

A writ petition was filed by the Petitioner claiming that he was not present when the gaming house was raided. Due to the lack of connection between him and the premise, he prays that the FIR and charge-sheet be quashed.
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Calcutta High Court Disposes the Petition Directing the Petitioner To Clear the Due Arrears

The Calcutta High Court on 24th February 2021 remarked that Writ Petition filed by the Petitioner could be maintainable before the Industrial Tribunal since the Airport Customer Agent is a workman within the meaning of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

Entitlement of Pension an Elementary Source of Sustenance: Calcutta High Court

The Calcutta High Court on 24th February 2021 by entertaining the writ petition directed the Deputy Secretary (Technical) to the Government of West Bengal and the Registrar, West Bengal Commercial Taxes Appellate & Revisional Board to expeditiously ensure the pension entitlement of the Petitioner per the law.

Bombay High Court Allows Municipal Corporation To Evict Petitioners From Their Premises To Carry Out a Road Project

The Court directed that in light of the present circumstances, the Municipal Corporation may initiate proceedings against the petitioners to evict them from their premises to carry out the project of widening the road from Diva Railway Station to Diva Circle.

Calcutta High Court Directs Its Administrative Wing To Examine Issues Regarding the Maintenance of Uniformity and Consistency in the Quality & Size of Filing...

The Calcutta High Court on 22nd February 2021 had directed the Administrative wing to examine matters relating to the quality and size of papers that are used for filing the pleadings, vakalatnama, etc., in the Courts of West Bengal and the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.