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[Breaking] Serious allegations made against a sitting High Court Judge, Bench refuses to proceed for Contempt of Court

On 18.05.2020, the Division Bench comprising of Hon’ble Justice M.S. Ramachandra Rao and Hon’ble Justice K. Lakshman excused themselves from passing further orders in the case of Sripathi Panditharadhyula Sudeep Sharma v. the State of Telangana. Brief facts of the...

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Juveniles in Care Homes: A Comparative and Critical Analysis

It was the year 1989 when the entire world was undergoing certain changes and in the backdrop of such...

Call For Papers: Law & Political Review (Annual Journal), Google Scholar Indexed, Submission Open

This post is a Call For Papers post for Law & Political Review which is an Annual Journal by The Law Brigade Publishers. Research Area...

Bombay High Court Passes Order To Clarify and Modify Previous Order When State of Maharashtra Moved Praecipe

Division Bench of Bombay High Court consisting of Justice S. V. Gangapurwala and Justice Shrikant D. Kulkarni had passed an Order on 25th October...

The European Court of Human Rights Orders Germany To Pay Non-Pecuniary Damages for Prison Strip-Searches 

A serving German prisoner was repeatedly stripped searched for non-legitimate purposes. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found that Germany had violated the...

Lack of Independent Witness Doesn’t Vitiate Conviction: Supreme Court

A three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court in Rajesh Dhiman v State of Himachal Pradesh clarified the law in case of lack of independent...