A resolution for opening of physical Courts in the High Court as well as the subordinate Courts has been passed by the Punjab and Haryana Bar Council.The Council has stated that the present system of virtual court is unable to serve proper justice, hence resumption of physical court at the earliest is the only solution … Continue reading RESOLUTION PASSED BY PUNJAB AND HARYANA BAR COUNCIL SEEKING PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING OF COURTS
The Government of India has considered the matter regarding relaxation of the visa & travel restrictions for certain categories of foreign nationals who need to come to India. It has been decided to permit the following categories of foreign nationals to come to India: – Foreign businessmen's coming to India on a Business visa (other … Continue reading RELAXATION IN VISA AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO PERMIT CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF FOREIGN NATIONALS TO COME TO INDIA: MHA
Lawcutor brings back an another exciting opportunity for the entire legal fraternity. The event aims in getting ideas over the judgments of Constitutional or Criminal Relevance. So, get ready and Register Yourself for the same. Eligibility: Any person interested in getting their ideas on judgments given by the Honorable Supreme Court of India, can be … Continue reading NATIONAL CASE COMMENT WRITING COMPETITION: REGISTER BY- JULY 5TH, 2020
Kashmir is going through a heavy loss in terms of business activities . Due to the lockdown since August 5, i.e approx 10 months, Kashmir faced a phase where over nine lakh youths have become unemployed in the region. Kashmir is in lockdown for almost 10 months, due to special status when j&k downgraded to … Continue reading KASHMIR URGED FOR THE FINANCIAL HELP FROM CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
Madras HC recently took cognizance of the spread of COVID'19 among the inmates in jail. A writ petition of Habeas Corpus was filed in Madras High Court where it came to the Court's attention that the Petitioner's husband was suffering from COVID'19.After taking into account the case of Petitioner's husband and the fact that a … Continue reading MADRAS HC DIRECTS THE ADDITIONAL PUBLIC PROSECUTOR TO LOOK INTO THE PRISIONER’S CONDITIONS IN PRISON
The union cabinet has approved amendment to the six-a-and-half decade old Essential Commodities act to deregulate food items, including cereals, pulses, and onion. It is a move which will transform the farm sector and help raise farmers' income.Approval were given to :•The Farming Produce Trade and Commerce Ordinance 2020 for the barrier free trade in … Continue reading CABINET NOD FOR AMENDMENT TO ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT,FREE TRADE IN FARM SECTOR
W.P (C ) No.10867 of 2020Dated this the 3rd day of June, 2020. The writ petition was filed by two students Sreelakshmi S and Dhanvin Pillai student of 3rd standard standard and LKG respectively challenging the decision of their school, Sree Bupdha Central School, Karunagappally. The petitioner also raised the question that the state government … Continue reading KERALA HIGH COURT RESTRICTS PRIVATE SCHOOL FROM LEVYING ADDITIONAL FEE FOR VIRTUAL CLASSES
George Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, died in Minneapolis recently while he was being restrained by the police. Video footage of the incident showed an officer kneeling on Floyd’s neck as he gasped for breath. Floyd’s repeated cry for help, “I can’t breathe”, has now become a rallying cry among protesters. The death has … Continue reading George Floyd’s death has sparked violent protests in the US bringing focus on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
Due to the worldwide Pandemic, RBI on 27th March issued a circular to allow banks to allow the borrowers a moratorium on installment payments for a period of three months which was extended till 31st of August.The Supreme Court raised a question as to whether an interest shall be charged if the moratorium benefit is … Continue reading Issue of Moratorium discussed by RBI before SC.