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Tripura High Court: Liberty to Have Sexual Intercourse is Only Permitted to a Person with Whom One is in Passionate Love

In the case of Md. Burhan Uddin v. State of Tripura, the High Court quashed the judgment of the North Tripura District Court. The District Court had convicted the accused of rape. As a result, the accused filed an appeal...

Tripura High Court Initiates Suo Moto PIL On Child Trafficked To Rajasthan

The High Court of Tripura initiated a Suo Motu Public Interest litigation. A bench consisting of the Honorable Chief Justice Mr Akhil Khureshi and Honourable Mr Justice S. Talapatra commenced the Suo-motu PIL. The PIL is based on a news...

Functioning of Meghalaya High Court and Subordinate Courts to Remain Suspended Till 30 June

Meghalaya High Court and subsidiaries will remain suspended till 30 June. The present scenario in India compelled the Chief Justice to halt courtroom activities. However, in urgent cases, the Court will work according to the guidelines issued in an...

Five Bar Councils of North Eastern India Calls for the Distributions of Financial Assistances to the Lawyers

Covid19 Pandemic is worsening all over the world. At the time of lockdown in India, the Bar Council of North Eastern India namely Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim have formulated a scheme to give financial aid to...

COVID-19: Cabinet Passes Ordinance For The Protection Of Health Workers

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday passed an ordinance to protect healthcare workers who have been facing violent attacks in the line of duty during the coronavirus pandemic. Physical attacks on doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers were made non-bailable...

Bombay High Court acknowledges COVID-19 Lockdown adversely affecting the life of Migrant workers, directs Central & State Govt. to take appropriate decision

Coronavirus lockdown makes the life of migrant workers very difficult. Three Public Interest Litigations have been filed in the Bombay High Court regarding the issues faced by migrant workers/labourers, slum dwellers and homeless persons across the state since the...

Karnataka High Court: PIL filed against Pharma Company allegedly responsible for Community Spread of COVID-19

A PIL has been filed in the Karnataka High Court against a Pharma company after employees of the company's plant in Mysore district tested positive for COVID-19. Around 27 people have been contracted the virus, including employees of Jubilant...

Tripura High Court Acquits Man from Kidnapping & Immoral Trafficking Charges due to Petitioner’s False Witnesses, Orders Re-Investigation

The Hon'ble Chief Justice of Tripura High Court Mr. Akhil Kureshi ordered a re-investigation in a kidnapping and Immoral Trafficking Case which took place on 19.12.2009. The accused filed an appeal challenging the judgment of the Additional Sessions Court,...

[COVID-19] Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Meghalaya High Court Announces New Mode of Working for all Subordinate Courts, District Courts & Tribunals

In the view of the outbreak of COVID-19 and the nation-wide consequential lockdown, the Hon’ble Justice HS Thangkhiew and D Deingdo released an order regarding the new working mode of the High Court including all subordinate Courts, District Court,...

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Bombay High Court Passes Order To Clarify and Modify Previous Order When State of Maharashtra Moved Praecipe

Division Bench of Bombay High Court consisting of Justice S. V. Gangapurwala and Justice Shrikant D. Kulkarni had passed an Order on 25th October...

The European Court of Human Rights Orders Germany To Pay Non-Pecuniary Damages for Prison Strip-Searches 

A serving German prisoner was repeatedly stripped searched for non-legitimate purposes. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found that Germany had violated the...

Lack of Independent Witness Doesn’t Vitiate Conviction: Supreme Court

A three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court in Rajesh Dhiman v State of Himachal Pradesh clarified the law in case of lack of independent...

An Illummination of the Home Ministry’s Commission for Revision of Penal Laws

The Indian Penal Code was enacted in 1860. It was formed after the draft was created by the first law commission in 1837. Thomas Babington...