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Tripura High Court Acquits Man from Kidnapping & Immoral Trafficking Charges due to Petitioner’s False Witnesses, Orders Re-Investigation

The Hon'ble Chief Justice of Tripura High Court Mr. Akhil Kureshi ordered a re-investigation in a kidnapping and Immoral Trafficking Case which took place on 19.12.2009. The accused filed an appeal challenging the judgment of the Additional Sessions Court,...

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NGT Red-Flags Kaleshwaram Project: Green Clearance Violated the Law, Halt Work

Excerpt The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Principal Bench, dated 20th October 2020, directed the Telangana government to stop all work,...

There Can Be No Leniency Shown To Appellant Who Pleaded To Reduce Sentence: Delhi High Court

Facts On 25.2.2016 the victim’s sister who was 13 years old was present with her sister who was 2 years old (victim) at their home....

Implications in Travel Insurance in Light of the COVID-19 Crisis

As the world, today is crippled by this once in a century pandemic and as of date more than 1,53,8221 people have lost their...

Second-Round Effects of Rent Control Laws: The Argentine Case

Introduction In colonial India, a city had an issue with its cobra population, which was a problem clearly in need of a quick solution given...

Withdrawal of Judges in light of the Principle of “Nemo Judex In Causa Sua”: An Analysis

"Justice, and the arrival of that justice being delivered, is essential to the protection of the guideline of thumb of law. Justice implies - consistency, in technique and result — that is, treating like instances alike;...