X  v. State of Bihar and Anr (Criminal Revision No. 1460 of 2018)

As according to Section 74 of the Juvenile Justice Care and Protection Act of 2015 , the name of the accused has not been disclosed.The order was Given by Justice Ashwani Kumar Singh of the Patna High Court."X", a juvenile was accused in a police case , popularly referred to as "Kasim Bazaar Case". X … Continue reading X  v. State of Bihar and Anr (Criminal Revision No. 1460 of 2018)

Rs. 3000 Sanctioned as Stipend for Young Lawyers by Tamil Nadu CM

The Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry has informed that an amount equal to Rs. 3000 has been sanctioned as monthly stipend for the young advocates practicing in the state for a period of two years by Chief Minister of the State. Atleast 2000 young advocates will be benefited under this scheme. The State … Continue reading Rs. 3000 Sanctioned as Stipend for Young Lawyers by Tamil Nadu CM

ENRICA LEXIE CASE: ITALY TO PAY COMPENSATION, BUT INDIA CAN’T EXERCISE CRIMINAL JURISDICTION OVER MARINES

FACTS On 15 February, 2012, at about 4.30 PM, at a distance of about 20.5 nautical miles from the Indian coastline, a fishing boat 'St Antony' happened to pass the Italian tanker "Erica Lexie", the two marines on the ship - Massimilano Latorre and Salvatore Girone - take it for a pirate boat, and opened … Continue reading ENRICA LEXIE CASE: ITALY TO PAY COMPENSATION, BUT INDIA CAN’T EXERCISE CRIMINAL JURISDICTION OVER MARINES

Residence reservation at NLSIU: Plea pulled back after Delhi HC requests that Petitioner approach the fitting gathering

The petition challenging the recently endorsed home reservation at National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore was pulled back today after the Delhi High Court declined to engage it on the ground of gathering non convenience. (Shubham Kumar Jha versus NLSIU and Ors) The appeal was recorded for hearing before a Division Bench of … Continue reading Residence reservation at NLSIU: Plea pulled back after Delhi HC requests that Petitioner approach the fitting gathering

SLP filed by Tamil Nadu government for implementation of 50% reservation in medical colleges for backward classes

The Tamil Nadu state government approached the Supreme Court after being disappointed with the center’s insensitivity towards the matter, which on June 11th asked them to approach Madras High Court for the issue. However the High Court adjourned the matter till July 9, after consultation with Human Resource Development Ministry, Union Health Ministry, and Director-General … Continue reading SLP filed by Tamil Nadu government for implementation of 50% reservation in medical colleges for backward classes

SC: Grant of visa ‘sovereign right’of a state

Maulana Ala Hadrami and ors v. UOI.Writ petition (C) No. 600 of 2020 A plea challenging the cancellation of visas of 2,765 foreign nationals and their blacklisting for involvement in Tablighi Jamaat activities, was filed in SC. The senior counsel pleaded that "The matter should be examined on a humanitarian ground also. If there is … Continue reading SC: Grant of visa ‘sovereign right’of a state