Petition filed by NUALS Student in Kerala HC

28 NUALS Students has filed a petition in the Kerala High Court seeking that University is not entitled to collected fee for services that are not being availed by the students due to the closure of the University and classes conducted through online medium by the college authorities due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The University … Continue reading Petition filed by NUALS Student in Kerala HC

Constitutional Bench to hear whether right to free speech of public office holders may be curtailed by other fundamental rights.

A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court will hear arguments raising the question,whether right to free speech and expression of persons holding public offices may be curtailed by other fundamental rights. The case is related to an incident of July 29, 2016, when a young girl and her mother, while passing through Bulandshahr on … Continue reading Constitutional Bench to hear whether right to free speech of public office holders may be curtailed by other fundamental rights.

“CONTEMPT POWER BEING USED AS SLEDGEHAMMER”, KAPIL SIBAL ON PRASHANT BHUSHAN CASE

Last week Prashant Bhushan was held guilty of contempt for tweets on Chief justice of India S.A. Bobde and the supreme court. Congress leader, Kapil Sibal, the defence lawyer of Prashant Bhushan on Saturday morning, tweeted "contempt power bring used as a sledgehammer" and warned that history would judge the courts for "having let us … Continue reading “CONTEMPT POWER BEING USED AS SLEDGEHAMMER”, KAPIL SIBAL ON PRASHANT BHUSHAN CASE

SBI V. ANIL AMBANI: NCLT APPOINTS RESOLUTION PROFESSIONAL

An application to initiate insolvency proceedings against Anil Ambani, chairman of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, had been filed by the Project Finance Strategic Business Unit of State Bank of India under Part III of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. Anil Ambani had acted as the Personal guarantor for Reliance Communications Limited (RCOM) … Continue reading SBI V. ANIL AMBANI: NCLT APPOINTS RESOLUTION PROFESSIONAL

New Ganga law will define cleanliness levels, make polluters pay

The Union government plans to bring a new legislation to keep the Ganga, Hinduism’s holiest river, clean and pollution-free. A draft of the proposed law is currently being vetted by multiple authorities before it will be sent for the Cabinet’s approval, people familiar with the matter said. Millions of Hindus worship the 1,560-mile (2510 km) … Continue reading New Ganga law will define cleanliness levels, make polluters pay

Supreme Court set to Announce Verdict: UGC Exam Guidelines 2020

On 18th August, Supreme Court reserved its order on various petitions on cancellation of final year exams to be conducted by UGC which were filed by students. The petition was filed highlighting the ongoing concerns of health and security related issues due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Apex Court gave three days to the parties … Continue reading Supreme Court set to Announce Verdict: UGC Exam Guidelines 2020