Exercise of Discretionary Power

Uttarakhand High Court rules Exercise of Discretionary Power should be for the sake of Public Justice

In the case of Mohit Negi vs. State of Uttarakhand and others, the Public Interest Litigation Jurisdiction of the High Court was invoked by the petitioner seeking a writ of certiorari to quash the October 2019 orders of the...

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Himachal Pradesh High Court Supports Promotion Based on Seniority of Post Rather Based on the Eligibility Test

In the case of Ramesh Chand Versus State of Himachal Pradesh & Others, the petitioner, reached the court as he was aggrieved by the...

Virtual Internship Opportunity at India Justice Foundation [NGO]: Applications Open!

About IndiaJustice India Justice Foundation (IJF) is an NGO, nonprofit human service organization that provides counseling and legal assistance to low-income citizens on civil and...

NCDRC Dismisses PIL against Urologist, Holy Family Hospital, Says Mode Of Treatment Or Skill Differs From Doctor To Doctor

The National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC) dismissed a petition against Holy Family Hospital and a Urologist, alleging negligence in diagnosing the septicemia and...