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National Green Tribunal: No Order Can Be Passed Against A Commercial Activity If They Are Complying With All The Directions Of The State Pollution...

The National Green Tribunal ruled that the test for Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) is not necessary when Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is less than 30 mg/L Brief Facts of the Case In the present case, an appeal has been filed before...

TDSAT: Penalty upto Rs. 2 Lakh can be imposed for willful failure to comply with orders of Appellate Tribunal

Brief Facts of the Case The petitioner filed the present suit before Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal against the respondent on the ground that disconnection of supply of signals affected by the respondent MSO was without proper notice of...

Reasonable and Acceptable explanation are necessary for Condonation of Delay: Supreme Court

In an important case between Delhi University vs. Union of India & Ors. Court clearly stated that only reasonable and acceptable explanation can be entertained in the appeal of condonation of delay and not the unreasonable or routine explanation Facts...

TDSAT: Till What Duration Of Time The Subscription Provider Can Claim Money?

In the present case, India Cast Media Distribution (Petitioner) v. Mplex Networks Pvt. Ltd (Respondent), both parties entered into seven different agreements for seven different territories for the subscription for a certain amount of money which the respondent failed...

The Capital Receipt held by the Appellant turned into Revenue Receipt by the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court in a matter of H.S Ramchandra V. CIT stated that the receipt held by the appellant as the capital receipt is now a revenue receipt as the appellant is no more on the position of secretary...

NCLAT: Cyrus Mistry’s removal from Tata Sons is Illegal, Restore him as Exec. Chairman at Tata Sons

In a dramatic turn of event, Cyrus Mistry has been restored by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Wednesday, 18 December 2019, as the Executive Chairman of Tata Sons. NCLAT also held the appointment of N Chandrasekaran...

Gujarat HC dismissed Writ Application against GPCB for inspecting Coal Gasifier Tech, says applicant concerned only with profit

A Prior Case existed, whereby a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed with the serious issue of pollution caused by the Ceramic Industries at Morbi, Gujarat. The production of ceramic tiles accounts for nearly 80% of the country's total...

Supreme Court Upholds the Importance Of Water Bodies

The environment is a topic of discussion at various platforms in this era. The world together is fighting against climate change. Recently Greta Thunberg won Noble Peace Prize for children for her speech in Unite Nations blaming the authorities...

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal: Blank Photocopy of Share Transfer Form cannot be admissible as a Piece of Evidence

The Delhi Income Tax Appellate Tribunal has refused to admit the blank photocopy of shares transfer form as a piece of evidence u/s 16 of Indian Evidence Act. Parties: Agson Global Ltd vs. Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax Facts of the...

TDSAT rules No Sum Should Be Paid After The Expiry Of Agreement, Sony Pictures Loses Claim

The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT), New Delhi in the case of Sony Pictures Network India Ltd. v. Moon IT services Pvt. Ltd. stated that no one is liable to pay the money once the term of...

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Sweden’s Idealistic Equality 

Introduction On 28th​ August, 2020 violent protests broke out in the southern Swedish city of Malmo after followers of far-right...

Gujarat HC Dismisses Petition to Allow Parsis to Perform Customary Funeral Rites; Says Fundamental Rights Are Subject to Public Order, Morality and Health

The Gujarat High Court dismissed the petition seeking directions from the Court permitting the petitioners to carry out funeral rites according to their religious practices and held that “the safety and the welfare of the State is the supreme law.”

Right of Senior Citizen to Exclusively Reside in Own House Must Be Viewed From Prism of Article 21: Calcutta HC

The Calcutta High Court while holding that senior citizen’s have exclusive right to reside in their house stated that their children and children’s spouses are only licensees.

Kerala HC Rejects Plea Against Road Widening; Says God Will Forgive Us if Religious Institutions Are Affected by Road Development Projects

According to the Kerala High Court, the petitions had raised no valid point which proved mala-fide intentions or illegality on the part of the respondents.

SC Upholds the Order of National Green Tribunal Banning Firecrackers in Areas With Poor Air Quality

The Hon’ble Supreme Court upheld the order of the National Green tribunal in banning the use of firecrackers during Covid-19 in areas with poor air quality. According to the Court it was the need of the hour.