A PIL has been filed by Adv. Vinod Sangvikar on behalf of Vaishnavi Gholave, a final year law student and Mahesh Gadekar, an agriculturist from Solapur. The petitionseeks directions to evolve a special mechanism for revealing names of Covid-19 patients for the benefit of the public at large. Adv Aditya Thakkar while appearing on behalf … Continue reading Names of COVID19 Patients Cannot be Revealed, Involves Right to Privacy: Bombay High Court
The ‘encounter’ killing of dreaded gangster Vikas Dubey has drawn attention to a plea filed in the Supreme Court yesterday (July 9) seeking direction to safeguard the life of Dubey and ensure that that he is not killed/’encountered’ by police and to see that complete security arrangement is made for his safe production in the … Continue reading Vikas Dubey: Plea was filed in SC to protect gangster from police ‘encounter’ prior to the killing
While dismissing a complaint of medical negligence against R G Stone Urology and Leproscopy hospital, Delhi and its doctor, Dr. Anil Varshney, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC)’s bench comprising Dr. S.M. Kantikar and Dinesh Singh has held that under Section 2(1) (r) of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, the use of fixed “informed … Continue reading PRE-PRINTED & FIXED FORMS TO RECORD PATIENTS’ CONSENT SHOWS THE ADMINISTRATIVE ARBITRARINESS OF THE HOSPITAL: SAYS NCDRC
On June 13, Justice M. Sundar of the Madras High court hearing an urgent plea filed on June 12 by Angre Port Private Limited, had passed an ex-parte order preventing the Tug Vessel, Varahi from sailing away. The vessel is docked at Adani Port, Kattupalli. Earlier, it was stationed at Angre Port, between May 2019 … Continue reading Parties amicably settle dispute over Tug Vessel Varahi, arrest order by Madras HC withdrawn
The chief metropolitan magistrate at Saket Court, Gurmohina Kaur has granted bail to all foreign nationals related to Tablighi Jamaat incident upon bestowment of a personal bond of Rs. 10,000 individually. Further the Honorable Court has also allowed the members of Jamaat to bargain for the plea bargaining applications. Several charges have been filed against … Continue reading Bail has been granted by Delhi High Court to all Foreign Nationals related to Tablighi Jamaat:
Nirav Modi has been further remanded before a UK court in custody until 6th August on charges over nearly USD 2 billion Punjab National Bank fraud and money laundering case. He appeared through a videolink before Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London for a regular 28-day "call-over" hearing until the second … Continue reading UK Court extends Nirav Modi’s judicial remand to August 6
Delhi High court on Thursday directed Delhi University to submit an affidavit detailing the mode of examination for the UG courses along with the date sheet and directed the university to file the affidavit by July 13.The High Court also asked DU to explain in the affidavit the manner in which they are to conduct … Continue reading Delhi HC directed the DU to submit an affidavit regarding examination.