News

Illegalities Committed by RBI Officials To Be Looked Into: PIL Filed in Supreme Court

Subramanian Swamy is famous for not just being a senior leader at the Bhartiya Janata Party, he is also known for filing several PILs in several matters. The latest to join this long list of PILs is the one filed regarding the illegalities committed by RBI officials.

Supreme Court Issued Notice To Central, Delhi & Rajasthan Govt. in Plea Seeking Uniform Marriage Age

The Supreme Court issued notices to the Central and the Delhi and Rajasthan governments on Tuesday on a plea to transfer from high courts pending petitions on laying down a uniform minimum marriageable age for both women and men.

Supreme Court Rules Offenses Under Prevention of Corruption Act Are Offenses Against Society

The Supreme Court on Tuesday set aside the Gujarat High Court order which reversed the conviction of an accused under the Act and held that “Offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act are offences against the society”.

Plea Alleging Misreporting, Delhi HC Issues Notice To PCI, Media Houses & News Broadcasters Association

The Delhi High Court issued a notice on Monday to a leading media organization, News Broadcasters Association, Press Council of India, and Union of India on a petition seeking direction to stop fake news.

Who is Wolf Gupta? Delhi HC adjourns WhiteHat Jr Defamation Hearing against Pradeep Poonia

During the latest hearing of WhiteHat Jr’s defamations case against Pradeep Poonia, Poonia’s lawyer accused the company of concealing documents that are important for their proceedings. However, after hearing both sides of the arguments the Delhi High Court listed the matter for further hearing to April 9th, 2021.

Supreme Court: HCs Cannot Adopt Approach of Art. 136 While Deciding Petition Under Art. 227 of Constitution

High Courts are bestowed with power under Article 227 of the Indian Constitution, and the powers of the Supreme Court is enshrined in Article 136 of the Constitution. What happens when the High Court decides to exercise its power in a similar fashion to the Supreme Court?

SC Adjourns Transfer Petition Challenging Validity of Sec. 2 of National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992

The Central Government has the power to decide what community can be considered a minority. This provision is extremely problematic as it can be misused. Therefore, challenging the Constitutional validity of the said provision a petition was filed before the Supreme Court.

Delhi High Court Asks Prosecution To Respond on Plea Filed by Jamia Milia Islamia Student

The Delhi High Court sought response from the Prosecution on the plea filed by the Jamia Milia Islamia Student Asif Iqbal Tanha. The student was arrested under stringent Unlawful Activities Act, and the plea sought bail in connection with a case related to larger Conspiracy in the North East Delhi Riots in February 2020.

Delhi High Court: PIL Seeking Inclusion of the Legal Fraternity in the First Phase of COVID-19 Vaccination

A Public Interest Litigation seeking the inclusion of Judges, Judicial staff, advocates and the members of the legal fraternity in the first phase of COVID-19 vaccination has been filed in the Delhi High Court.

[Republic TV’s TRP Scam Case] Hansa Research To High Court: Police Harassment Confirmed by Their Vague Denials

Hansa Research the complainant, who had filed a writ in the Mumbai High Court complaining of Police harassment in early November 2020 in the TRP scam case, has now filed a rejoinder in the Court to the reply filed by Mumbai Police. Hansa has stated that the reply by the Mumbai Police “contains nothing but few denials and unsubstantiated, vague and superficial allegations”.
- Advertisement -

Latest News

What Will Be the Future of Globalisation?

In the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a debate about what will happen to globalization now? With globalization slowing down,...
- Advertisement -

Artificial Arbitrators – A New Way Towards Dispute Resolution

“I don't see that human intelligence is something that humans can never understand." ~ John McCarthy, March 1989 Introduction Information technology has achieved a whole new level...

Agartala High Court Dismisses the Criminal Revision Petition Against the Survivor of a Road Accident

Excerpt The High Court of Agartala rejected an instant appeal filed by the Petitioner challenging the Judgment on a Criminal Appeal delivered by the Extra...

Inadequate Compensation Does Not Deem a Sale as a Mortgage: Calcutta High Court

Excerpt The case over the contested assets began in 1975, when the plaintiff's predecessor-in-interest filed a Title Suit in the 1st Court of Munsiff at...

If Grievous Hurt Is Caused Then the Offence of Wrongful Restraint Also Committed Is Not Necessary: Tripura High Court

Case: Ratan Sarkar Versus The State of Tripura Excerpt  The High Court of Tripura after thoroughly going through the evidence and witnesses upheld the decision of...