Sameer Jain and Ors v State of Haryana

Section 3-A of The Haryana Official Language Act, 1969, mandates the use of Hindi as “sole official language” for work in civil and criminal courts subordinate to the High Court, and every other Tribunal too. Advocates Sameer Jain, Sandeep Bajaj, Angad Sandhu, Suvigya Awasthi and Anant Gupta brought about this petition before High Court stating that Section 3A should … Continue reading Sameer Jain and Ors v State of Haryana

In the recent case of safoora zargar vs state.

Safoora zargar , who is 23-week pregnant was arrested by the Delhi police on the allegations that she delivered inflammatory speeches that disrupt the government functioning earlier this year.The Delhi Police have filed a response before Delhi High Court stating that pregnancy cannot be treated as a factor to release safoora on bail.The Police told … Continue reading In the recent case of safoora zargar vs state.

SC Allows Jagannath Rath Yatra Only At Puri With Conditions

The Supreme Court on Monday has allowed the Annual Jagannath Rath Yatra to be held on June 23, 2020 at Puri. Jagannath Temple Management Trust and Odisha Government have been directed to conduct the Rath Yatra in a very restricted manner without the permission of the congregation of devotees. The Supreme Court on June 18 … Continue reading SC Allows Jagannath Rath Yatra Only At Puri With Conditions

If Lord Jagannath will not come out tomorrow, he cannot come out for 12 years: Centre bats for Puri Rath Yatra sans public participation

Looking for adjustment of the Supreme Court's June 18 request remaining the current year's Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra, the Central government today asked that the yearly occasion be held without open participation.The matter was referenced by the Center before the Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra. The Court has consented to hear the issue later … Continue reading If Lord Jagannath will not come out tomorrow, he cannot come out for 12 years: Centre bats for Puri Rath Yatra sans public participation

OIL to move Gauhati HC against PCBA’s Baghjan oilfield closure notice

Oil India Limited, a PSU said it will move the Gauhati High Court against the Pollution Control Board's latest order. The order directed closing of all drilling and production operations at Baghjan oilfield in Tinsukhia district. It was alleged that companies violated environmental laws, hence why PCB issued "closure notice." The PSU claimed that they … Continue reading OIL to move Gauhati HC against PCBA’s Baghjan oilfield closure notice

HC: unmarried same-sex couples can live together

The Uttarakhand high court while hearing a habeas corpus petition earlier this month, held that same sex couples have the right to live together even if they are not competent to enter into a wedlock.A single bench of Justice Sharad Kumar Sharma made this observation while hearing a habeas corpus petition filed by a women … Continue reading HC: unmarried same-sex couples can live together

The choice of a voter should be free in the secret ballot system it ensures democracy

The Supreme Court has held in a judgment of Laxmi Singh v. Rekha Singh &ors SC observer in this case that, it is the policy of law to protect the right of voters to secrecy of the ballot. Even a remote or distinct possibility that a voter can be forced to disclose for whom she … Continue reading The choice of a voter should be free in the secret ballot system it ensures democracy

SERIAL KILLER: KILLING FOR A PSYCHOLOGICAL GRATIFICATION

Abstract Serial killers engage in brutal killings and commit horrifying acts in order to satisfy themselves and to get abnormal psychological gratification. This article investigates the evilness of a serial killer, their behavior, their stand for selecting their victims and what motivates the serial killers to kill random people for their psychological gratification. Introduction Serial … Continue reading SERIAL KILLER: KILLING FOR A PSYCHOLOGICAL GRATIFICATION

“Discrimination” whether allowed for entertainment purpose or not

Abstract: The entertainment industry is a business organized for the profit that can be an important medium for the communication of ideas, but it cannot discriminate on any ground.The recent study is even more inflammatory, demonstrating as, it as that much of the discrimination takes place behind the scenes. Discrimination is not acceptable anywhere at … Continue reading “Discrimination” whether allowed for entertainment purpose or not

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: A TOOL FOR REHABILITATION

ABSTRACT: Restorative justice is not a new concept which has emerged during recent years. It was in existence in various ancient civilizations of the world such as Babylon and Sumerian civilizations. It was obliterated from the scene only when kingship began to raise its head and took away the function of law and order from … Continue reading RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: A TOOL FOR REHABILITATION