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Rajasthan High Court Rules That Accused Can Be Asked To Provide Voice Sample For Future References

Rajasthan High Court's recent ruling gave a major boost to law enforcement agencies. The Court allowed police to collect voice samples of an accused person for determining his or her involvement in the crime. Facts Of The Case Events of this...

Madhya Pradesh High Court Rules That Wife Has Right To Know Details Of Her Husband’s Income

A woman has the right to know the remuneration of her husband, the Madhya Pradesh High Court has observed. On May 15, In a significant judgement, a division bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has ruled that wife...

Delhi University Slammed For Laches In Granting Gold Medals By Delhi High Court

One of the oldest educational institutes in the country has been slammed by the Delhi High Court for a major lapse in accolading a student with a gold medal in Sociology. Facts Of The Case Majumdar a student of Delhi School...

Patna High Court Explains Provisions of Bail and Anticipatory Bail explained to the Session’s Judge and Lawyers of Patna

Case Name: Rajiv Narayan Singh v. The State of Bihar. Judge Name: Justice Ashwani Kumar Singh Counsel for Petitioner: Dr. Anjani Prasad Counsel for the Opposite Party: Mr. Anil Prasad Poor knowledge of the law and legal processes prevalent in certain parts of...

Vedanta Instructed To Stop Construction of Unit-2 of Sterlite Copper Plant By Madras High Court

Unit 2 of Sterlite Copper plant of Vedanta faces a major hurdle after Madras High Court directed Vedanta to stop the construction of the same. The said unit is located in Thoothukudi in south Tamil Nadu. Facts of the Case It...

Bombay High Court Slapped A Fine Of Rs.50,000 For Illegal Arrest Of Woman After Sunset

The Bombay High Court imposed a fine on the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the arrest of a woman after sunset, which is undoubtedly in direct contravention of Section 46 (4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). Facts...

Calcutta High Court rules on Blocking of Roads for Political Goals

The recent judgment by Calcutta High Court with respect to the blocking of roads for political procession is a commendable verdict. The Honourable Court decided the matter on May 8, 2018. The Court had clubbed two writ petitions filed...

Madras HC Deprecates Practice of Converting Man Missing Cases as Habeas Corpus petitions

The petitioner’s husband had gone missing after he left home in 2011. The petitioner filed a man-missing case with the police in 2017. The petitioner’s move to thereafter invoke writ jurisdiction came under the Court’s criticism after it was...

Rajasthan High Court Directs State to Cancel Driver’s License of those Using Mobile Phones while Driving

In India, each year more than 150,000 people die in a road accident which is about 400 fatalities a day.  Despite Governments, various efforts the deaths and injuries sustained in road accidents do not seem to be reduced.  In...

Talking on mobile phone while driving is not illegal: Kerala High Court

Kerala High Court on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, ruled in favour of the petitioner stating that talking on mobile phone while driving is not illegal under Kerala Police Act, Section 118(e). If such a behaviour needs to be condemned...

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