Month: June 2021

ONLINE CONSITUTIONAL LAW QUIZ (PRIZES WORTH 4K+)

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Supreme Court: Trend of Lawyers giving untruthful guidance needs to be deprecated; have to compel costs, Strictures.

On Tuesday the Supreme Court of India found that the fashion of lawyers giving untruthful recommendation to clients desire to be hold back. Coram of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, R. Subhash Reddy and Ravindra Bhat changed into listening to and SLP bobbing up out of a March selection of a division bench of High Court of …

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Supreme Court: The Mode of Entry in service is not relevant for considering promotions of persons with disabilities.

“The Supreme Court of India practical that mode of entry in service isn’t applicable criteria for promotion under PWD”. In 1996, Leesamma Joseph was allotted as a typist/clerk in the police department on empathetic reasons as her brother had surpassed away whilst in service. She suffered from everlasting incapacity of 55% resulting from polio. She …

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Supreme Court dismisses SLP against Delhi High Court decision holding 45-day period for filling replication as mandatory in even Non- Commercial Suits.

On Monday, the Supreme Court of India rejected your preferred SLP and upheld the Delhi High Court’s ruling that even a normal non-commercial civil claim requires up to 45 days to refute, and the court no longer approve copying. Judge D. Chandrachud, R. Subhash Reddy and Ravindra Bhat heard the SLP against an October 2020 …

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Supreme Court: Kidnapping for Ransom- Necessary to prove threat to cause Death or Harm for conviction under section 364A IPC.

The bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and R Subhash Reddy ruled that, according to sec 364A of the IPC, simply proving of Kidnapping a person isn’t enough to convict the crime of “ransom kidnapping”. It has to prove that there is a risk of death or bodily harm. The kidnapped person or the kidnapper raised …

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Calcutta High Court: Explain the difference between ‘Temporary Injunction’ and ‘Attachment before Judgment’ in The CPC.

The vide decision of the High Court of Calcutta , make clear in detail the difference in the type of reparation between the temporary injunction according to Rule 1 of the order XXXIX and attachment before judgment according to Rule 5 of the order XXXVIII of the CPC,1908. Judge Moushumi Bhattacharya located that the whilst …

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Telangana High Court: Magistrate does not have power to order deportation of Foreign Citizen in case of Violation of Foreigners Act or otherwise.

Justice K Lakshman: by repealing two deportation orders issued by the magistrate in relation to a foreign citizen, the Telangana High Court has ruled that Under the CrPC a magistrate is no empowered to order the deportation of a foreigner in the event of a violation of the Foreigners Act or otherwise. Further, he added …

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Suggest Former SC Judges: Age of Retirement Must Increase For All, But Should Be Uniform For Judges of Supreme Court and High Court Judges.

A motivating dialogue was taken on Saturday by the panel of 4 former Supreme Court Judges- Justice B.N. Seikrishna, M.N. Venkatachaliah, R.C. Lahoti, and R.V. Raveendram- circling round two ‘anomalies in law and justice’- hold up in disposition of cases, and Technology and the parameter. Hold up in resolving cases and increased processing. Raising the …

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Supreme Court E-Committee Takes Steps to Improve Access to Justice for Disabled

Supreme Court’s e-committee has formulated a movement plan to make certain ease of use of the virtual interface of all High Court websites in its first phase. The e-committee developed six parameters to determine if a High Court website is handy; access to lists of causes; access to the status of the case; contrast/color theme; …

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EX – POLICE OFFICER DEREK CHAUVIN SENTENCED TO TWENTY TWO AND HALF YEARS IN PRISION: GEORGE FLOYD MURDER CASE

In the murder case of African American George Floyd, twenty-two and half years (270 months) have been sentenced to Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin by the Justice Peter A. Cahill of Hennepin County District Court. The incident took place last year on 25th May, when George Floyd was killed during the arrest by the …

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