Category: Apex Courts Judgements

Can’t Prosecute Upper Caste Person Just Because Complainant is from SC/ST Community: SC

“A person belonging to an upper-caste can’t be deprived of exercising their legal rights just because their opponent happens to be a member of the SC/ST community”, the bench led by Justice L. Nageswara Rao observed this while quashing a part of the charge sheet against a person accused under Section 3(1)(x) and 3(1) of

NLSIU not to give admissions on the basis of CLAT 2020

Due to unfortunate circumstances faced due to Covid-19 and repeated postponement of CLAT 2020, National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Banglore decided to back out of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) this year. Revised admission notice affirmed “The University will not accept CLAT 2020 scores for admissions to Academic Year 2020-2021…. Any students who

PIL in Supreme Court seeks uniform Security Measures in all Courts across the country.

PIL in Supreme Court seeks uniform Security Measures in all Courts across the country. Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies There have been a large number of mishappenings /crimes of violence which have taken place within the court and the court premises thus endangering the lives of the public and court officials present over there. Citizens have the

First-ever Life Imprisonment in the case of Anti Hijacking: News

FIRST EVER LIFE IMPRISONMENT IN CASE OF ANTI HIJACKING First-ever NIA special court in Ahmedabad recently pronounced the judgment Jet Hijacking Case, making the accused Birju Kishor Salla the first convict under the Anti Hijacking Act 2016. He prepared a hijack note in English or Urdu in Mumbai to Delhi flight. He boarded on October

If someone has taken possession of your property, then go to court without having to do so.

The apex court said that no person can take possession of another’s property illegally. If someone takes possession of such property in someone else’s property, then the sufferer can forcefully make that property vacant. However, it is important that you own the property and it is your name, which means that you have the title