Apex Courts Judgements

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

September 4, 2019

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 […]

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

August 16, 2019

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 […]

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Kulbhushan Jadhav ICJ Verdict: What India Got and Where Failed

July 21, 2019

KULBHUSHAN JADHAV ICJ CASE VERDICT: WHAT INDIA GOT AND WHERE FAILED  Author: Mr. Shivam Sharma, IME Law College, Delhi. According to me the decision given by the ICJ in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case is a huge step towards ensuring a globally just society. International organizations like the UN and ICJ play a very important role in […]

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

July 9, 2019

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 […]

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Airlines pay peanuts after mishandling flyers’ baggage.

July 4, 2019

Advocate Kushal Sharma was venturing out from Singapore to Delhi through Chennai. He obtained imported obligation free alcohol bottles from Chennai air terminal on June 29 with a complimentary bag worth Rs. 20000. Kushal needed to convey the alcohol as hand stuff however according to the approach the IndiGo staff didn’t permit and asked Sharma […]

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Mutation Of Land In Revenue Records Do Not Create Title Over Land: SC

June 24, 2019

Author: Mr. Anshu Goyal, Asian Law College. Mutation Of Land In Revenue Records Do Not Create Title Over Land: SC This dispute was regarding the mutation of land in revenue records. Apex court ruled that the Mutation of Land in records does not create title over the land. This is ruled in a given judgment […]

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Mumbai HC: Sexual Intercourse During Deep Love Affair Not Rape.

May 7, 2019

The Bombay High Court has acquitted a man in a rape case as there was a “deep love affair” between the accused and the complainant. The woman alleged that the man had sexual intercourse with her after promising to marry her but refused later. However, in her affidavit, she wished to withdraw the complaint due […]

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Consumer forced to buy a bag of र3 : Consumer Forum directs Bata to pay compensation to Consumer.

April 14, 2019

Chandigarh resident Dinesh Prasad Raturi, submitted before Consumer Forum that he had purchased a pair of shoes on February 5 from a Bata store located in Sector 22D. The store charged him Rs. 402 which also included the charges for the paper bag and claimed that by charging him for the bag, Bata was also […]

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Travesty to Injustice: Protest at RGNUL Patiala.

March 18, 2019

Travesty to Injustice: Protest at RGNUL Patiala This article has been written to highlight about the callous, corrupt and inefficient administration at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab in Patiala, against whom the student have been protesting against since last 24 hours. All this incident happens back to 13th of March, 2019 at around 8:30 […]

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PIL in BHC for disclosure of information regarding status of promises made in the election manifesto by ruling parties and candidates.

March 14, 2019

A very appealing public interest litigation, seeking a direction to the Election Commission of India to frame guidelines with respect to disclosure of the information regarding the status of the promises made in the election manifestos either by the political parties or the candidates contesting elections before the next election and include the same in the […]

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Duty of judges to encourage junior lawyers in open court when they argue well.

March 12, 2019

“It also becomes the duty of a good judge to encourage junior lawyers in open court if he has argued well. Say that they have done their best! That gives a lot of encouragement. I got that kind of encouragement I when had entered the profession so I always tried to pass it on” : […]

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Kerala HC bans hartal without prior notice of 7 days.

February 17, 2019

Preventing the citizens from moving or taking the vehicle on the road, a trader from opening his shop, a worker from going to his work and bring the state to stand still is the violation of principles of democracy adopted by the constitution. Entire business of commercial establishments are affected. Amid protests over the Sabarimala […]

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PIL in Delhi High Court for use of ‘respectful words’ on soldiers’ martyrdom.

February 17, 2019

A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court on Friday, seeking direction to the press and electronic media to use ‘respectful words on the martyrdom of soldiers.’ This petition comes a day after the ghastly terror attack took place in Pulwama. The petition seeks use of ‘Shaheed’ or ‘Martyr’ in place of ‘killed or died’ for a soldier who […]

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PIL filed for ‘Uttarakhand Hooch Tragedy’ in Uttarakhand High Court.

February 13, 2019

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was argued by Advocate Naman Kamboj (Managing Partner Litigo Law Chambers & Management head indianlegalsolution.com) in High Court of Uttarakhand at Nainital on 13th February for seeking the indulgence of the Hon’ble High Court in the ‘Uttarakhand Hooch Tragedy’ -where more than 100 people died due to consumption of home-made […]

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