Plea in Jharkhand HC seeking ban on online classes for primary students

A plea has been filed by Swetha Pal, a PGDM in Child Psychology before the Jharkhand High Court demanding regulation of online classes based on Guidelines issued by Ministry of Human Resource Development  and a immediate ban on online streaming classes for students in pre-primary standard till 5th grade (Under 10 years) to safeguard their mental … Continue reading Plea in Jharkhand HC seeking ban on online classes for primary students

UP cop suspended for sending obscene texts, videos to woman in Bulandshahr

A police inspector has been suspended here for allegedly sending obscene messages and videos to a woman on WhatsApp, officials said on Monday. The woman recently had a dispute with her in-laws after which a case was registered in Sikandrabad police station and the investigation was handed over to the inspector, they said. The policeman … Continue reading UP cop suspended for sending obscene texts, videos to woman in Bulandshahr

NOBODY CAN NEVER INSULT DOCTORS, MY COMMENTS WERE AIMED AT WHO: SANJAY RAUT

Anyone including Sanjay raut, can never insult dostors and others in the medical fraternity especially after their contribution during the covid-19 pandemics, said this by Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Tuesday. According to him,the statement which is given by him directed towards the world health organisation (WHO's) role during the crisis phase and added … Continue reading NOBODY CAN NEVER INSULT DOCTORS, MY COMMENTS WERE AIMED AT WHO: SANJAY RAUT

Sterlite Copper plant in Tuticorin to remain closed, orders Madras HC

he Madras High Court, in its judgment on a plea filed by Vedanta Limited challenging the Tamil Nadu government's move to close its Sterlite Copper plant in Tuticorin, said the copper plant will stay closed. The Vedanta's Sterlite Copper plant has been closed since April 2018. The Madras High Court rejected Vedanta's appeal, challenging the … Continue reading Sterlite Copper plant in Tuticorin to remain closed, orders Madras HC

Gujarat chemical plant blast: HC refuses advance bail to accused.

The Gujarat High Court refused to grant anticipatory bail to accused managerial staff of a chemical factory in Dahej, in the Bharuch district in Gujarat, where ten workers died on June 3 in a blast. The blast occurred at a facility owned by specialty chemicals and intermediates company Yashasvi Rasayan. Seventy-seven labourers were injured. The … Continue reading Gujarat chemical plant blast: HC refuses advance bail to accused.

Public servant comparing Covid19 to the Quran granted anticipatory bail

Justice K. Natarajan of the Karnataka High Court allowed anticipatory bail to be granted to public servant whose facebook post compared the Corona Virus to the Holy Quran. The petitioner Kusumadhara Kaniyoor's Facebook post contained the statement: "Quran is danger than corona to India due to Hubli incident."Following the complaint raised by Mahammad Saheer, the … Continue reading Public servant comparing Covid19 to the Quran granted anticipatory bail

Covid-19 in Jails keep rising.

There are 26308 inmates across 45 jails in Maharashtra. The number of covid -19 cases were last recorded to be 1007, there were 6 deaths and 84 recoveries. The deaths were in Yerawada Central Prison, Pune, Taloja Central Jail, Navi Mumbai and Jails in Dhule and Amravati. Arthur Jail ,which is known for the number … Continue reading Covid-19 in Jails keep rising.

Advocate Prashant Bhushan to file a review plea against judgement convicting him for contempt of court

Advocate Prashant Bhushan will be moving the Supreme Court seeking a review of the Supreme Court's August 14 judgement convicting him for contempt of Court. Today, Senior Counsel Rajeev Dhavan, representing Bhushan in a separate contempt case which dates back to 2009, told the Court that it appears that the judgment of August 14 suffers … Continue reading Advocate Prashant Bhushan to file a review plea against judgement convicting him for contempt of court

GENERAL PROVISIONS AS TO BAR OF LIMITATION AND EXTENSION OF THE PRESCRIBED TIME

ABSTRACT The rule of limitation has its origins in the maxims "Interest Reipublicae Ut Sit Finis Litium" which implies that there will be a cap on lawsuits and "Vigilantibus Non Dormientibus Jura Subveniunt" in the benefit of the state as a whole, which implies that the statute should support only those who are diligent for … Continue reading GENERAL PROVISIONS AS TO BAR OF LIMITATION AND EXTENSION OF THE PRESCRIBED TIME