Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)

Abstract In this era of cyberspace there are many obstacles in the virtual world that hinder safe & smooth functioning of transactions. Counterfeiting, copyright infringement and piracy of the content are few of the most common hurdles. To tackle these problems, a treaty ‘Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement’ was proposed and negotiated upon by numerous countries. Though … Continue reading Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)

Delhi HC Reserves Order in Devangana Kalita’s Bail Plea

A Single Bench of the Delhi High Court comprising Justice Suresh Kumar Kait reserved orders in 'Pinjra Tod' activist Devangana Kalita's bail plea in a case registered against her for allegedly instigating the residents of Jaffrabad to participate in riots. The Court gave both the parties time till Monday to file their written submissions. Senior … Continue reading Delhi HC Reserves Order in Devangana Kalita’s Bail Plea

Till October 31st Allahabad HC & Subordinate Courts extended the interim orders

The Allahabad High Court has extended the operation of its interim orders as well as those of courts subordinate to it till October 31.on account of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic that the regular functioning of "most of the District Courts, Civil Courts, Family Courts, Labour Courts, Industrial Tribunals and other Tribunals" was disturbed the Court … Continue reading Till October 31st Allahabad HC & Subordinate Courts extended the interim orders

KPSC and state Govt. to consider granting additional time for visually impaired students: Karnata HC

While hearing a petition filed by Senior Advocate Jayna Kothari, appearing for the petitioner, where he submitted that the provisions under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act are not being complied with by the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) and the guidelines the guidelines issued by the state government are not consistent with Central … Continue reading KPSC and state Govt. to consider granting additional time for visually impaired students: Karnata HC

Club Factory’s India sellers send legal notice to the e-commerce platform over non-payment of dues

Chinese e-commerce platform Club Factory, which was one of the apps banned by the Indian government in June, has been in trouble with its sellers in India over the suspension of payments. And now, a few sellers have sent the company a legal notice demanding that their payments be released.In the legal notice, a copy … Continue reading Club Factory’s India sellers send legal notice to the e-commerce platform over non-payment of dues

P&H high court stated that, Trial courts have no power to impose lifelong imprisonment without remission

The Punjab and Haryana high court has stated that trial courts don't have any power to impose the penalty of Life time imprisonment in the absence of remission or parole. The court was hearing a petition In the matter of the Hisar Divisional Commissioner‘s order rejecting a petitioner’s request for parole. the explanation given for … Continue reading P&H high court stated that, Trial courts have no power to impose lifelong imprisonment without remission

Kerala High Court observed that while investigating the cases oF POCSO, professionalism must be upheld:

While hearing a criminal appeal Justice PB Suresh Kumar of the Kerala High Court stated that he will issue some general guidelines in regards to the trial and investigation of the POCSO cases. The Court issued notice to Kerala Legal Service Authority and Public prosecutor and will hear the matter next on August 25, 2020. … Continue reading Kerala High Court observed that while investigating the cases oF POCSO, professionalism must be upheld: