Biyanka Bhattacharya

Delhi HC: Terrorism Differs From the Conventional Heinous Crime

The two judges bench in Delhi High Court examined the allegations made against a student activist and an accused who was arrested for being involved in the Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Delhi which were known as the 2020 Delhi Riot.

Protect the Life and Limb of the Converted Hindu Woman and Her Husband : Allahabad High Court

Allahabad High Court heard a writ petition regarding the change of religion of one of the petitioners in the present case. The Court ordered in favor of the petitioners directing the officials to protect their lives.

J & K High Court: Living a Peaceful Married Life is Guaranteed Under Article 21

The Jammu and Kashmir High Court heard the Petitioner of the present case dealing with Article 21 of the Constitution of India and said that they shall be allowed to live their married life the way they desire as guaranteed by the Constitution.

Delhi Session Court Refused To Grant Anticipatory Bail Moved by Olympic Champion Wrestler Sushil Kumar

The Additional Session Judge in Rohini Court heard and decided on an anticipatory bail application through the medium of video conferencing. Under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the accused moved an anticipatory bail application based on an FIR lodged for the criminal offence of murder.

Each Part of the Statute, Rules and Regulations Should Be Given Meaning To Make Them Workable: Uttarakhand High Court

The Uttarakhand High Court heard a writ petition filed regarding the issue arising out of the correct procedure for recruiting for the post of Assistant Clerk in educational institutions. The petitioner prayed that the advertisement for filling the post of Assistant Clerk in an intermediate college should be quashed.  The case is decided following the Regulations under the Uttarakhand School Education Act, 2006.

Tenancy Dispute Held as a Sale of Business With License, Rent Act Not Applicable: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard and decided on an appeal against the judgment of Bombay High Court regarding a tenancy dispute. The current CJI gave the judgment on this appeal.

UGC Regulations Are Enough To Consider for Appointment of Principal in College: Delhi High Court

This Court heard and decided on a case holding two writ petitions regarding the post of Principal in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce.

Delhi High Court’s Views and Judgment on a Case of Solitary Trap Transactions

Excerpt The Delhi High Court heard and gave a judgment on an application in the suit filed for seeking an injunction restraining order for trademark infringement. The present case before this Court deals with the lack of territorial jurisdiction.    Issue of...

Supreme Court Sets Aside the High Court Order of Creating Supernumerary Post in Recruitment of Teachers

Excerpt The Supreme Court of India heard the present writ petition regarding the delay in recruitment of Government teachers in primary Schools. The fact of the case The petition dealt with the delay of 247 days in filing the SLP.  The Court...

Delhi High Court Issues Directions for Effective Takedown of Compromising Personal Content

The High Court heard the writ petition containing issues related to offending content being posted on a worldwide pornographic website. The Court passed directions to implement for protecting such offending content. The issue before the Court: When any party seeks...

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