Karnataka HC quashes criminal cases against 9 foreign tourists in Tablighi case

The high court of karnataka has quashed the criminal cases against 9 foreign nationals belonging to the Tablighi Jamaat on the condition that they instantly leave the country, following an endeavor that they won’t visit India once more within the next ten years and pay the fine amount levied by the competent authority.The court, however, … Continue reading Karnataka HC quashes criminal cases against 9 foreign tourists in Tablighi case

Section 57 of the Transfer of Property Act Permits Courts to Declare A Property Free of Encumbrance Even Against Will of Encumbrancer

Justice Devan Ramchandran of the Kerala High Court, while hearing an appeal filed against the order of the Additional District Court, Ernakulam, observed that the procedural mechanism under Section 57 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 allows to lift encumbrance from an immovable property.The appeal was filed by M.P Varghese against the order of … Continue reading Section 57 of the Transfer of Property Act Permits Courts to Declare A Property Free of Encumbrance Even Against Will of Encumbrancer

Delhi’s Education board will be operational from next year

The Delhi government has begin the process of formation of its own education board. Government has set up two committees, Delhi Education Board Committee and Delhi Curriculum Reform Committee. It is expected to be operational by next year, 2021.Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia said "We are studying the policy in … Continue reading Delhi’s Education board will be operational from next year

Delhi Legal Services Authority’s first Online Lok Adalat

The Delhi State Legal Services Authority First-ever online Lok Adalat in Delhi on Saturday organised under the aegis of the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA).Justice NV Ramana, Supreme Court Judge Executive Chairman, NALSA accompanied the ceremony and presided by legal aid functionaries across India.Speaking of the new innovations in justice delivery spurred by the onset … Continue reading Delhi Legal Services Authority’s first Online Lok Adalat

National Aluminum Company deviation from the requirement recorded in it January 14 judgment: SC issues contempt notice

While hearing a petition was filed by Vedanta citing “willful disobedience” of its January judgment that allowed its UK-based arm to take part in the state-run aluminum producer’s tender for the sale of surplus 30,000 MT of metallurgical-grade calcined alumina, the Supreme Court has issued a contempt notice to the top brass of the National … Continue reading National Aluminum Company deviation from the requirement recorded in it January 14 judgment: SC issues contempt notice

Madhya Pradesh becomes the first state to arrange 40 Hours of mediation training for Advocates

Madhya Pradesh State Legal Service Authority has successfully imparted 40 Hours mediation training sessions to the advocates where a single judge is posted.24 advocates across the nation were trained during a 20-day training schedule from July 27 to August 7 on various mediation topics like bargaining, negotiation, the psychology of conflict, drafting of agreements, and … Continue reading Madhya Pradesh becomes the first state to arrange 40 Hours of mediation training for Advocates

No bar in filling Anticipatory bail application in Triple Talaq cases: But should plead reasons for not approaching Magistrate

Kerela high court stated that Anticipatory bail application under section 438 crpc is not barred where the offence lies under the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019.A single bench of Justice PV Kunhikrishnan stated that the accused should specify the reasons for not approaching the Magistrate under section 7(c) of the act … Continue reading No bar in filling Anticipatory bail application in Triple Talaq cases: But should plead reasons for not approaching Magistrate

Madras Bar Association files plea in SC against Tribunal Rules 2020

A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court by the Madras Bar Association alleging that the Tribunal, Appellate Tribunal and other Authorities, (Qualifications, Experience and other conditions of services of members) Rules, 2020 are against the rule of separation of powers.The central government had already notified rules on the same in the year 2017 … Continue reading Madras Bar Association files plea in SC against Tribunal Rules 2020