Neha Thomas

Murder of Advocate Couple: Telangana High Court Takes Suo Moto Cognizance

Advocate Nagamani who filed the PIL in the High Court had prayed for the filing of an FIR and a judicial enquiry in the said incident. It is stated that after the filing of the PIL the couple had received death threats from the police department.

[Toolkit Case] Dissemination Of Information In Sensationalized Manner Not Permitted: Delhi High Court

The petition filed alleged that the act of leaking information, especially that of her private WhatsApp chats with third parties which are not even verified “is a clear violation of the provisions of the Cable Sections the Cable Televisions Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995

Sexual Harassment Case against Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi Closed: Supreme Court

We are also of the view that two years have passed and the possibility of recovery of electronic records at this distance of time is remote, especially since the scope of the enquiry and the power of the learned Judge is limited, no useful purpose will be served by continuing these proceedings.

Plea Challenging Madhya Pradesh Freedom Of Religion Ordinance: Supreme Court

The Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion has been facing a lot of social backlashes and public outcry. The law is based on the concept of ‘Love Jihad’ which is the idea of women being forcefully converted to a particular religion through marriage.

Demolition of Property Near Ancient Buddhist Monument Stayed: Allahabad High Court

The main arguments raised by the petitioner was that the order that passed was done so without conducting any proper hearing and was, therefore, violative of the principle of audi alteram partem.

[#MeToo Case] Priya Ramani Acquitted In Criminal Defamation Case Filed by MJ Akbar: Delhi Court

The court observed that "Woman has the right to put her grievance at a platform of her choice even after decades. A woman cannot be punished for raising voice against sex abuse. Right to reputation cannot be protected at the cost of the right to dignity."

Bail Granted To Cab Driver Accused in Delhi Riots: Delhi High Court

One accused in the case was Danish, a cab driver who was charged for being a conspirator of the violence. Danish was arrested on March 11th 2020. The said matter is with respect to a bail plea for Danish.

Online Gambling To Be Brought Under Kerala Gambling Act: Kerala High Court

The recent incident of a youth suiciding over losing money through online gambling was one of the triggers for the filing of the PIL. The petition pointed out the Kerala Gambling Act, 1961 did not cover online gambling as its provisions did not include online activities in its scope.

No Suo Moto Contempt Case Registered Against Rajdeep Sardesai Clarifies Supreme Court

The complaint was first brought before Attorney General of India, KK Venugopal, who refused to admit it as it was felt that, “the tweets were not serious enough to undermine the majesty of the Court.”

Termination of Contract Without Valid Notice Is Illegal: Patna High Court

The matter in hand is with respect to an agreement that a person entered on 27th September 2018 with the Superintending Engineering, NH Circle. It dealt with proper maintenance of NH-120 (181.465 km to 201.665km).

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