No Sovereign Immunity in Cases of Fundamental Rights Violations: MP HC

A single bench comprising of Justice GS Ahluwalia of the Gwalior Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court held that the State Government cannot seek sovereign immunity as a defence in cases of violation of fundamental rights of citizens. Keeping in mind the petitioner's violation of fundamental right to Speedy Trial under Article 21 of the … Continue reading No Sovereign Immunity in Cases of Fundamental Rights Violations: MP HC

SURRENDERING TO A SEXUAL ACT IS VIOLATIVE OF THE RIGHTS OF THE VICTIM, AND CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AS CONSENSUAL- KERALA HC

Facts-In the month of February 2009, on various days, the accused committed rape on a Scheduled Caste girl, who was 14 years. As a result of which she got pregnant. Trial Court’s decision-The Trial Court held him guilty under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code. However, the prosecution failed to prove the age of … Continue reading SURRENDERING TO A SEXUAL ACT IS VIOLATIVE OF THE RIGHTS OF THE VICTIM, AND CANNOT BE ACCEPTED AS CONSENSUAL- KERALA HC

Delhi HC Issues Notice To SCBA In Ashok Arora’s Suit Challenging SCBA’s Resolution Suspending Him From The Post Of Secretary

The Delhi High Court has issued notice in a suit filed by Advocate Ashok Arora challenging the SCBA Resolution dated May 8, suspending him from the post of Secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) A single judge bench headed by Justice Mukta Gupta while issuing summons to SCBA and Bar Council of India, … Continue reading Delhi HC Issues Notice To SCBA In Ashok Arora’s Suit Challenging SCBA’s Resolution Suspending Him From The Post Of Secretary

Charges of inclination and favouritism in Registry: Supreme Court excuses appeal, forces expenses of Rs 100 on candidate

The Supreme Court today excused an appeal claiming favouritism and favouritism in the posting of issues with respect to the Apex Court Registry (Reepak Kansal versus Secretary General of Supreme Court of India). At the same time, the Court forced expenses of Rs. 100 on the solicitor for looking for a bearing to the Secretary … Continue reading Charges of inclination and favouritism in Registry: Supreme Court excuses appeal, forces expenses of Rs 100 on candidate

Accused of Delhi Riots have been denied bail from Delhi High Court

Mohd. Faizan Khan, a prime suspect of Delhiriots accused of causing physical harm and injuries to several individuals anddestruction to the property has been denied bail by the Sessions Court inKarkardooma.   While investigation the Crime Branch ofDelhi Police was stricken with a question related to registration of FIR’s andDelay in the investigation. Crime Branch stated … Continue reading Accused of Delhi Riots have been denied bail from Delhi High Court