Allahabad High Court Dismisses PIL Against “Ram Mandir Bhoomi Poojan”

A bench comprising of the Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Saumitra Dayal Singh, of the Allahabad High Court, dismissed a plea seeking to restrain "Bhoomi Pujan" being orgainzed at Ayodhya for laying the foundation stone of the Ram Mandir. The PIL was filed by Saket Gokhale, a social activist from Mumbai. The plea alleged … Continue reading Allahabad High Court Dismisses PIL Against “Ram Mandir Bhoomi Poojan”

WILL PUT A STAY ON EIA NOTIFICATION 2020 DRAFT IF CENTRE DOES NOT PUBLISH IT IN REGIONAL LANGUAGES: SAYS KARNATAKA HC

While hearing the petition filed by a trust United Conservation Movement the division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice M Nagaprasanna has expressed displeasure over the stand taken by the Central Government that it will not publish the draft Environment Impact Assessment, (EIA) notification issued on March 23, in the official languages of … Continue reading WILL PUT A STAY ON EIA NOTIFICATION 2020 DRAFT IF CENTRE DOES NOT PUBLISH IT IN REGIONAL LANGUAGES: SAYS KARNATAKA HC

SC dismisses plea seeking delivery of FIRs to accused in 24 hrs

The Supreme Court dismissed a petition that sought a court directive to Director Generals of Police of various states and respective home secretaries for devising a mechanism for ensuring supply of certified copy of FIRs to the accused within 24 hours. The bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, Subhash Reddy and MR Shah said that the … Continue reading SC dismisses plea seeking delivery of FIRs to accused in 24 hrs

Supreme Court: Any dispute under section 8 of IBC must truly be in facts and not suspicious or hypothetical.

The Appeal was made under section 62 of IBC against NCLAT order, upholding an order by NCLT which admitted petition under Section 9 IBC. Justices UU Lalit and Vineet Saran reiterated the law laid down in Mobilox Innovations Private Ltd. v. Kirusa Software Private Ltd., (2018) 1 SCC 353. It may be noted that Section … Continue reading Supreme Court: Any dispute under section 8 of IBC must truly be in facts and not suspicious or hypothetical.

Dissent is a Vital Part of Democracy and Its Voice cannot be suppressed at any Cost: Justice Arun Mishra while dealing with Rajasthan MLA’s issue

While hearing the case related to disqualification of 19 insurgent members of Congress led by Sachin Pilot Justice Arun Mishra observed that the voice of dissent is an integral part of democracy and it cannot be suppressed by any means. Justice Mishra remarked this statement in response to Rajasthan Speaker’s counsel and senior advocate Kapil … Continue reading Dissent is a Vital Part of Democracy and Its Voice cannot be suppressed at any Cost: Justice Arun Mishra while dealing with Rajasthan MLA’s issue