Abhijit Guhathakurta, Monitoring Agency of the Corporate Debtor vs Royale Partners Investment Fund Ltd

( Company Appeal (AT) (Insolvency) No. 287 of 2020) The Committee of Creditors of the Corporate Debtor had agreed to the resolution plan of Royale Partners Investment Fund Limited. NCLT also agreed to the decision after an application under Section 30, 31 IBC was filed. The appellant moved the NCLT stating that the there was … Continue reading Abhijit Guhathakurta, Monitoring Agency of the Corporate Debtor vs Royale Partners Investment Fund Ltd

Telangana HC Notice Government On Plea To Stop ‘Illegal Transportation & Slaughtering’ Of Camels

The Telangana high court has issued notice to Government and GHMC during a petition seeking directions to prevent alleged ‘illegal transportation of camels from Rajasthan to Telangana’ for slaughtering. A bench comprising of the Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Vijayasen Reddy directed the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to ensure that no camel … Continue reading Telangana HC Notice Government On Plea To Stop ‘Illegal Transportation & Slaughtering’ Of Camels

HATE CRIMES- THE LAWS RELATED TO THEM

ABSTRACT India is witnessing hate crimes since the nation was formed. The reason behind such sufferings is different religious beliefs, faith, gender, caste, race, etc. the people of country are emotionally and spiritually connected to their religions and are vulnerable about; which has ultimately converted to the biggest reason for the mobs reacting and revolting … Continue reading HATE CRIMES- THE LAWS RELATED TO THEM

Animal Cruelty: The Neglected Issue

ABSTRACT Cruelty on animals is a crime in which they are inflicted with pain mostly physically which may even cause the death of the animal. The inflicted pain is beyond the necessity for normal discipline. It also includes withholding the necessities of the animal (food and water) which can lead to the suffering of the … Continue reading Animal Cruelty: The Neglected Issue

Case Study: Bayer Corporation V. Union Of India[1]

Introduction Intellectual Property Rights has demonstrated itself to be important in all fields. It has increased gigantic fame in the ongoing past. It is the thing that propels individuals to make and enhance their creativity and provides them due rights for their innovation. For the first time, after India becomes signatory to TRIPS the issue … Continue reading Case Study: Bayer Corporation V. Union Of India[1]

Case Comment: Ravi Kamal Bali v. Kala Tech. and Ors[1].

Introduction A patent allows an individual to protect and safeguard his/her innovation from its competitors. The patent laws state that every inventor has to provide concise aspects of their works which helps in balancing the interest of an individual with the interest of the public. [2]The patents are often interpreted literally based on their claims. … Continue reading Case Comment: Ravi Kamal Bali v. Kala Tech. and Ors[1].

Supreme Court to hear request by 34 outside nationals testing MHA request boycotting them due to Tablighi Jamaat COVID-19 alarm

The lead appeal for the situation by French national, Maulana Ala Hadrami documented through Advocate on Record Fuzail Ahmed Ayyubi states that the demonstration of MHA was "one-sided" in nature and that the guideline of "audi alteram partem" was disregarded as the outside nationals were not heard. Resultantly, the nationals couldn't make a trip back … Continue reading Supreme Court to hear request by 34 outside nationals testing MHA request boycotting them due to Tablighi Jamaat COVID-19 alarm

Mobile Application ‘eBlood Services’ launched by Union Health Minister

Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan launched the eBlood Services Mobile Application, in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), to have an easy access to blood in this critical time of coronavirus. The ‘eBloodServices’ mobile application is developed by the ERaktkosh team of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC).In this pandemic situation … Continue reading Mobile Application ‘eBlood Services’ launched by Union Health Minister

HEARING OF JOURNALIST AMISH DEVGAN TODAY TO QUASH MULTIPLE FIR FOR HURTING RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS BY REFERRING TO SUFI SAINT MOINUDDIN CHISTI IN DEROGATORY TERMS.

Today SC will hear the plea of Journalist Amish Devgan who was seeking to quash the multiple FIR registered against him for hurting religious sentiments by referring to Sufi saint Moinuddin Chisti in derogatory terms. A Vacation Bench led by Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari will hear this plea. On his June 15 news … Continue reading HEARING OF JOURNALIST AMISH DEVGAN TODAY TO QUASH MULTIPLE FIR FOR HURTING RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS BY REFERRING TO SUFI SAINT MOINUDDIN CHISTI IN DEROGATORY TERMS.

Kerala HC seeks Union govt’s views on directing Vande Bharat Mission flights from the UK to Kerala

The High Court of Kerala asked the Union govt to respond to a petition that sought direct flights from the UK to Kerala. It is alleged that expatriates are made to alight at domestic airports, which increases the chances of COVID-19 contraction. The petition asked for it to be urgently considered as people allowed on … Continue reading Kerala HC seeks Union govt’s views on directing Vande Bharat Mission flights from the UK to Kerala