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[COVID-19] PIL in Supreme Court seeking Declaration of Financial Emergency

A PIL has been filled in the Apex Court today, 26th of March 2020 which seeking a declaration of financial emergency in light of nationwide lockdown in the midst of alarming cases of Coronavirus Outbreak. The Public Interest Litigation was...

PIL in SC Seeking To Make Bribery & Other Election Offences Cognizable

On Monday the Supreme Court dismissed the PIL filed by the BJP and advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhaya demanding a punishment for electoral offences, false statement, undue influence, bribery. In the support of the proposal of the...

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UK Court of Appeal Rules Home Department’s Deportation Policy of Immigrants Unlawful

Britain’s Court of Appeal quashed the Home Department’s deportation policy, declaring it unlawful; criticizing it for being too stringent...

Inordinate and Unexplained Delay in Considering Representation by Government Renders Detention Order Illegal: Madras High Court

A Petition under Article 226 of the Constitution was filed in the Madras High Court to declare the detention order of the husband of...

Privy Council Clarifies Approach To Winding up in “Deadlock” Cases in the Case of Chu v. Lau

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council clarified several aspects of the law concerning just and equitable winding-up petitions, as well as shareholder disputes...

Madras High Court Directs Hospital To Submit Necessary Medical Reports to Authorization Committee for Approval of Kidney Transplant

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a Writ of Mandamus to K.G. Hospital, Coimbatore by P. Sankar & V. Sobana....

Political Parties and the Affair of Symbols

Introduction A political party is a group of people with the same ideology, intention, and agenda who try to hold power through an election. The members of...