THE MIGRANT CRISIS IN FRONT OF THE SUPREME COURT

The Bench Justice Ashok Bhushan, SK Kaul and MR Shah heard counsels on the suo moto PIL regarding the migrant crisis during this Covid Pandemic period.Various issues like registrations of the workers, sanitation maintenance in the trains , providing of food and water were all brought to light.Senior Advocate Colin Gonsalves states that the registration … Continue reading THE MIGRANT CRISIS IN FRONT OF THE SUPREME COURT

MP HIGH COURT-CANNOT DIRECT THE STATE NOT TO REGISTER CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST PETITIONER

High Court of Madhya Pradesh refused to direct the State not to register criminal case against the petition. The Court added that it cannot pass an order restraining the police from registering a criminal case, in case a person approaches the Police Station. A single judge Bench of Justice SC Sharma heard the writ Petition … Continue reading MP HIGH COURT-CANNOT DIRECT THE STATE NOT TO REGISTER CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST PETITIONER

TELANGANA HC QUESTIONS GOVERNMENT OVER THE DOCTORS INFECTED

A division bench of Telengana HC questioned the State government as to how 37 doctors and staff tested positive for COVID-19. The government was questioned as to how the frontline workers were affected despite them using PPE Kits and protective gears. The bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy passed … Continue reading TELANGANA HC QUESTIONS GOVERNMENT OVER THE DOCTORS INFECTED

LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES HAVE DONE TREMENDOUS WORK DURING THE PANDEMIC: NALSAR CHAIRMAN JUSTICE RAMAA

The observation was made during the release of the "Handbook of Formats: Ensuring Effective Legal Services" prepared as part of NALSA’s commitment to improve the quality of legal services by strengthening documentation. NALSA Chairman Justice NV Ramana on Thursday released the ‘Handbook of Formats: Ensuring Effective Legal Services’ in a webinar that also saw him commend the work undertaken … Continue reading LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES HAVE DONE TREMENDOUS WORK DURING THE PANDEMIC: NALSAR CHAIRMAN JUSTICE RAMAA

DELHI COURT REJECTS JAMIA STUDENT SAFOORA ZARGAR’S BAIL PLEA

Delhi Court rejects safoora Zargar's bail plea in Delhi riots case.Delhi riots which took place last December 2019.The Proceedings were heard by Judge Dharmender Rana, Additional Court, Patiala House Court.The Delhi Riot incident took place because of an Inflammatory speech give by Safoora Zargar as said by Delhi police.The words which were spoken created an … Continue reading DELHI COURT REJECTS JAMIA STUDENT SAFOORA ZARGAR’S BAIL PLEA

INDIA-AUSTRALIA SIGN LANDMARK DEFENCE AGREEMENTS

India’s first virtual bilateral summit was held by Indian PM Modi and the Australian PM Scott Morrison. Several agreements were signed by both the leaders during the meeting and also the measures taken by respective countries against Covid-19 was discussed.Following agreements were signed by India and Australia :• Framework Arrangement on Cyber Enabled critical Technology• … Continue reading INDIA-AUSTRALIA SIGN LANDMARK DEFENCE AGREEMENTS

Unanimous resolution passed against LiveLaw by BCI for publishing an article criticizing the decisions of BCI Chairperson.

BCI clearly pointed out in it's General Meeting that Live Law has allowed its platform to be used for a defamatory story prompted by ill-will and malice to make personal allegations against Mr. Manan Kumar Mishra who has never misused his position for any personal political benefit. The article titled "Manan Kumar Mishra's Personal & … Continue reading Unanimous resolution passed against LiveLaw by BCI for publishing an article criticizing the decisions of BCI Chairperson.