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Supreme Court Agrees To Examine Centre’s Plea To Keep Adultery a Crime in Armed Forces

The Centre appealed to the Supreme court on Wednesday, pleading that the 2018 judgment of decriminalizing adultery under IPC must not apply to the armed forces. The Supreme Court in a path-breaking verdict in 2018 decriminalized adultery and declared all its provisions unconstitutional as it diminishes the value of women, but maintained that it continues to be a ground for divorce.

Supreme Court Examines the Pollution in Yamuna River for the Second Time

The Supreme Court on Wednesday made a second attempt to clean the Yamuna river by taking a Suo Moto Cognizance of significantly high levels of ammonia water discharged from neighbouring states like Haryana into Delhi.

Committee Appointed by SC To Solve Issues Regarding Farm Laws Consist of Members Who Backed Farm Laws Earlier

It was found that the committee formed by the Supreme Court, consisted of members who had a pro-farm laws stance in the past. The committee was set up by the Supreme Court Tuesday evening after it heard a number of petitions challenging the farm laws. The Committee was set up to hear the farmer’s grievances relating to farm laws and was open to all opinions to make a decision.

‘Sikh for Justice’ Involved in Farmer Protests, SC Asks AG To Confirm the Allegation, Seeks Affidavit

The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought an affidavit from the Central Government on the alleged presence of banned organizations among the farmers protesting against the three farm laws after the Attorney General submitted that “Khalistanis have infiltrated the protests.”

Amicable Settlement Between Parties Can Be a Factor for a Reduction in Quantum of Sentence Even in Non-Compoundable Cases: Supreme Court

A Full Bench of the Supreme Court released the convicts of a criminal case owing to a mutual settlement between the parties. Brief facts of the case The Appellants Rajavelu and Murali, along with others, cornered and assaulted the victim. Murali...

The Appointment of the Warden in College Affiliated To or Constituted of University of Delhi Is an Administrative Affair and University Has No Role...

This case concerns the question of whether the appointment of the warden of the College Hostel can be made by the Principal of the College and discussed the procedure to be adopted for making the appointment of the Warden.  Brief...

Supreme Court Acquits One Death Penalty Convict and Two Life Sentence Convicts

This case discussed the recording of evidence and its veracity in the given circumstances, especially the evidence recorded by the Child witnesses.  Brief Facts of the Case  This case arises out of an incident that took place in the year 2008...

Abolishment of 1 Year LLM Course Challenged in the Supreme Court

A petition was filed in the Supreme Court which challenged the recent notification which was released by the Bar Council of India to abolish the 1year LLM Courses in India.

Supreme Court To Pass Orders on Petitions Challenging the Constitutional Validity of the Farms Bill

The Supreme Court while hearing the petitions challenging the Farm Bills, on Monday showed its extreme disappointment over the way the centre has handled the situation of farmers' protests.

Pleas Seeking the Review of the Aadhaar Scheme Verdict To Be Heard by the Supreme Court Today

The Supreme Court is to deliver its verdict on pleas seeking to review its own verdict given on September 26, 2018, upholding the Aadhaar scheme as constitutionally valid but cancelling some provisions like linking it to bank accounts, mobile phones, and school admissions.
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WhatsApp Emails Delhi HC Judge Asking Her Not To Hear the Plea Challenging New Privacy Policy

The Delhi High Court raised strong objection to an E-mail sent by WhatsApp asking a judge not to hear the plea which challenges its new privacy policy. Justice Pratibha Singh said that the e-mail that was withdrawn later was totally unwarranted as she was anyway going to recuse from hearing the plea which was filed by Rohilla Chaitanya who contends that the new privacy policy of WhatsApp provides 360-degree access to a customer’s virtual activity and is against the fundamental right of privacy.
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TRP Scam Case: Bombay HC Extends Protection To Arnab Goswami and Other Employees Till the Next Hearing

On Friday, the Bombay High court extended the protection that was given, to Republic TV’s Editor in Chief Arnab Goswami and other employees of ARG Outlier Media Private Limited till January 29th in the alleged case of Television Rating Point manipulation. A status report was submitted by the police to the division bench of Justices S.S.Shinde and Manish Pitale by the Police on the ongoing case.

Plea Seeks FIR Against Maharashtra Minister Dhananjay Munde in Bombay HC for False Info

A plea has been filed in Bombay High Court seeking an FIR against Maharashtra minister Dhananjay Munde who is undergoing times of trouble due to his extra-marital affair. Recently, an FIR had been lodged against Munde by a woman, accusing him of raping her sister. Munde clarified that he was actually in a relationship with that woman and had two children. He accused the two women of blackmailing him.

What is the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016?

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (“RERA”) is an Act of the Parliament. It seeks to protect home-buyers as well as help...

Writ Petition for Compensation Accepted by Calcutta High Court 

Introduction The Petitioner Purna Ch. Biswas filed a Writ Petition with the complaint that their claims for a higher quantum of compensation have not yet...