Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) issued a notification to allow CA aspirants to opt out of exams for this year due to the covid pandemic.A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court to quash this notification.The petitioner stated that this is discriminatory move and is violative of Article 14 and Article 19 … Continue reading Quash ICAI notification for covid affected students to opt out from giving the exam
The High Court of Kerala has directed the District Collector to take appropriate steps to see that the victims of 2019 flood are rehabilitated to the project as contemplated initially without any further delay. The bench presided by Justice Anu Sivaram was hearing a petition filed by Chandran CP where the bench was informed that … Continue reading Kerala HC Directs State Govt To Provide Immediate Rehabilitation To The 2019 Flood Victims
Gautam R vs. Bar Council of India 23.6.2020 A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice Nataraj Rangaswamy has issued a notice to the Bar Council Of India, the state government and university law college, Banglore.The plea has been filled by final year students of University law College Banglore explaining that schedule … Continue reading Students of University Law College move Karnataka HC to do away with Moot Court exercises and internships amid COVID-19
In an appeal testing the exchange of test in the Bhima Koregaon case to the NIA, the Center and NIA have looked for time from Bombay High Court to document their reaction.(Surendra Gadling and Anr versus Union of India and Ors) The Bench of Justices SS Shinde and Abhay Ahuja fixed the issue for hearing … Continue reading Bhima Koregaon: Center, NIA to record their reaction under the steady gaze of Bombay High Court on request provoking exchange of test to NIA
The government has again brought attention to Gujarat HC not handling the migrant worker's issue promptly. Recently 33 were arrested for rioting outside IIM-Ahmedabad, and we're identified as 'victims' but were sent to jail. The 33 people were arrested for rioting, unlawful assembly, obstructing the police officers and causing damage to public property. They also … Continue reading Migrants are victims, not criminals: Gujarat HC
A group of islands which are located in south china sea without inhabitants is a matter of concern and disagreement between china and japan since 1972. The island is known by the name Senkakus in Japan, while in the People’s Republic of China the Islands are known by the name Diaoyu. Presently those islands are … Continue reading Bill to Rename ‘Tonoshiro’ to ‘Tonoshiro Senkaku’ triggered tensions between Japan and China.
Gujarat High Court has dismissed a batch of petitions seeking permission to conduct Jagannath Rath Yatra at Ahmedabad in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. The order has been passed by a division bench comprising of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice JB Pardiwala during an urgent hearing held on Tuesday at 2 am. The petitioners, … Continue reading Gujarat HC rejects Permission for Rath Yatra at Ahmedabad