As the Consortium of National Law Universities (CNLU) updates the LLM exam pattern (CLAT 2021), it adds back the subjective section of the post-graduate law entrance examination. CNLU has also introduced the cutoff marks in the CLAT LLM 2021 objective section. The new subjective section will only be evaluated if the law candidates score about the cutoff marks in the objective section.
Maharashtra To Write To Other States To Club Their Reservation Cases With the Maratha Quota Petition
After seeking intervention by the Centre in the ongoing hearing in the present case regarding the Maratha Reservation in the Supreme Court, the Maharashtra Government is pondering upon the idea of approaching other states to club all the petitions regarding reservations for a collective decision.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) of the Government of India informed the Delhi High Court that it has not issued any guidelines with regards to the compulsion of wearing masks even while travelling alone in a vehicle.
A draft has been prepared by the Central Government which proposes to increase the legal age for consumption of cigarettes and tobacco products to 21 years from the current legal age which is 18 years.
Legal Rights Cannot Be Disregarded by Lawyers by Arrangements Which Are Contrary To Law, Says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court in a recent judgment, while disposing of the appeal arising out of Motor Accident Compensation Claim observed ‘Advocates cannot throwaway legal rights or enter into arrangements which are understood to be contrary to law. The claim was filed by the heirs of a deceased couple who died in a road accident.
The Bombay High Court ruled that using the name of God to sell any article claiming that it had supernatural powers is illegal. The court added that it falls under the Maharashtra prevention and eradication of Human sacrifice and other inhuman, evil, and Aghori practices and black magic act.
Punishment of Imprisonment up to 7 Years and Fine for the ‘Crime’ of Cow Slaughter, Ordinance Passed by Karnataka
The ordinance passed by Karnataka regarding stopping the killing of cattle came into effect on Tuesday after the governor cleared it. the said ordinance clears the way to punish people for killing cattle and protects those ‘acting in good faith’ to save such cattle.
The new Bar Council of India Legal Education (Post Graduate, Doctoral, Executive, Vocational, Clinical, and other continuing Education) Rules, 2020 seeks to abolish the one-year Master Degree in Law (LL.M) in India.
New Partner for KSK's Pharma & Life Sciences Practice King Stubb & Kasiva recently announced that Mr Sanjay Kumar has joined their Mumbai office as a Partner & will head the Pharma & Life Sciences Practice. Sanjay has over 20 years...
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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...
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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...