Ban on Online Classes Violative of Right to Education under Art. 21A: Karnataka HC

A division bench of Karnataka High Court, comprising of Chief Justice Abhay Srinivas Oka and Justice Nataraj Rangaswamy, passed an interim direction staying the Karnataka Government’s order on banning online classes being conducted by schools. The state government on June 15 had passed an order restricting schools from imparting online education until the expert committee … Continue reading Ban on Online Classes Violative of Right to Education under Art. 21A: Karnataka HC

No examination from July 10; Exams deferred till August: Delhi University tells Delhi HC

Delhi University today informed the Delhi High Court that it has chosen to delay its last year assessment which was scheduled to begin from July 10. In a gathering which was directed late the previous night, it was chosen to delay the assessment till after August 15, Delhi University said. The Court was hearing a … Continue reading No examination from July 10; Exams deferred till August: Delhi University tells Delhi HC

NOT EVERY CASE OF BREACH OF PROMISE TO MARRY AMOUNTS TO RAPE : KERALA HC

While considering a bail application seeking pre arrest bail, the Kerala High Court observed that every case of breach of promise to marry will not amount to rape under Sec 376 (2) (n) and 506 IPC. Facts-The informant is a married woman with a girl child residing separately from her husband. The accused used to … Continue reading NOT EVERY CASE OF BREACH OF PROMISE TO MARRY AMOUNTS TO RAPE : KERALA HC

KULBHUSHAN JADHAV HAS REJECTED TO FILE A REVIEW PETITION, CLAIMS PAKISTAN GOVERNMENT

Pakistan's Attorney General speaking on behalf of the Pakistan Government has claimed that Indian National Kulbhushan Jhadav has preferred to go ahead with his pending mercy plea instead of filing a review petition. The Pakistan Government through a press note had revealed that the death-row convict was offered with the opportunity to reconsider the penalty, … Continue reading KULBHUSHAN JADHAV HAS REJECTED TO FILE A REVIEW PETITION, CLAIMS PAKISTAN GOVERNMENT

THE PROPENSITY OF SETTLING DISPUTES IN STREETS IS NOT IN CONSONANCE WITH THE “RULE OF LAW” SAYS HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT

Justice Vivek Singh Thakur of the Himachal Pradesh High Court refused the plea of Anticipatory bail of the accused who were allegedly involved in a street fight that caused major injuries to the complainants. Complaints were filed against the accused by some complainants. The honorable Court denied the request of Anticipatory bail stating that the … Continue reading THE PROPENSITY OF SETTLING DISPUTES IN STREETS IS NOT IN CONSONANCE WITH THE “RULE OF LAW” SAYS HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT

Review Petition under Article 137 of COI filed in Supreme Court in the matter of Teachers Reservation in Andhra Pradesh.

CIVIL APPEAL NO.3609 OF 2002ANDCIVIL APPEAL NO. 7040 of 2002 A 5 Judge bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra was against the AP governor's move. In the case of Chebrolu Leela Prasad Rao and others vs State of Andhra Pradesh, the bench held that the absolute reservation of teachers belonging to the ST community was … Continue reading Review Petition under Article 137 of COI filed in Supreme Court in the matter of Teachers Reservation in Andhra Pradesh.