Bombay HC Disposes BJP MLAs PIL Against Inflated Electricity Bills

A division bench of the Bombay High Court comprising Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice AS Gadkari disposed of a public interest litigation filed by BJP MLA Mangal Prabhat Lodha against the inflated electricity bills being generated by power distribution companies all over the city. The PIL mentioned that notices were being issued by the … Continue reading Bombay HC Disposes BJP MLAs PIL Against Inflated Electricity Bills

Maharashtra Government on conducting Examinations

Owing to the Global Pandemic and the surge of cases, Maharashtra Government informed the Supreme Court that The State Disaster Management Authority has decided to put a stopper on examinations.The affidavit filed by the Directorate of Higher Education states:"The authority took into consideration various aspects such as the prevailing alarming COVID-19 situation in the entire … Continue reading Maharashtra Government on conducting Examinations

Jammu and Kashmir: SC on Contempt Plea against Jammu and Kashmir Administration in 4G Restoration Matter

A Bench of Justices NV Ramana, R. Subash Reddy and BR Gavai heard the matter and asked Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta, appearing on behalf of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, whether it was possible to restore 4G internet services in some areas.The Bench, while noting that they could not speak for the ground situation there, … Continue reading Jammu and Kashmir: SC on Contempt Plea against Jammu and Kashmir Administration in 4G Restoration Matter

Extend the term of Mr.O.P Gupta, a judicial member of Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission: ordered SC

An application was filed by Delhi state and District consumer courts Practitioner's welfare association for directing the respondent to make the appointment of vacant posts in the consumer forum. In addition to that application sought for granting an extension of the term of Shri 0.P Gupta as member till appointment are made.The division bench comprising … Continue reading Extend the term of Mr.O.P Gupta, a judicial member of Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission: ordered SC

OBE for final Year Students of Delhi University : Delhi High Court

In “Anupam & Ors vs University of Delhi & Ors.” Delhi High Court gave its nod for the Open Book Examination for Final Year Students.OBE will begin from 10th August.The Court has ordered to the Delhi University“ The Court has directed Delhi University and UGC to comply with the directions passed in the order.Directions to … Continue reading OBE for final Year Students of Delhi University : Delhi High Court

SC stays Allahabad HC order restraining police from arresting govt counsel accused of rape

The Supreme Court has stayed the Allahabad high court order granting interim relief to a government counsel suspect of rape. The Additional Chief Standing Counsel within the Lucknow bench of the high court, Shailendra Singh Chauhan, has been suspect of molestation and rape by a Delhi-based attorney for offences under Sections 328 (Causing hurt by … Continue reading SC stays Allahabad HC order restraining police from arresting govt counsel accused of rape

Punjab CM urges PM not to allow GI tagging for Madhya Pradesh basmati

Madhya Pradesh had sought inclusion of its 13 districts for GI tagging for basmati. Punjab Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, western UP, and select districts of Jammu and Kashmir already have GI tagging for Basmati rice.Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him not to allow geographical indication (GI) … Continue reading Punjab CM urges PM not to allow GI tagging for Madhya Pradesh basmati

RIGHT TO FREEDOM IN THE TIMES OF COVID

ABSTRACT The Indian Constitution guarantees basic rights to all the citizens of the country irrespective of their caste, race, birthplace, religion, or gender. These basic rights are known as Fundamental Rights. One such Fundamental Right is Right to Freedom which is mentioned under Article 19 to 22 of the Constitution of India. But due to the … Continue reading RIGHT TO FREEDOM IN THE TIMES OF COVID

Karnataka HC seeks response from the center as to why Hand Sanitizers and N-95 Masks were removed from the list of Essential Commodities List

The Division Bench comprising of Chief Justice Abhay Oka Aravind Kumar directed the central government to specify its reasons as to why N-95 masks and hand Sanitizers should not be included in the list of essential commodities when the cases of COVID-19 are rising at an alarming rate.The Honorable Court stated that “In the context … Continue reading Karnataka HC seeks response from the center as to why Hand Sanitizers and N-95 Masks were removed from the list of Essential Commodities List