State (Through) Central Bureau of Investigation vs. Shri Kalyan Singh [Criminal Appeal No. 751 of 2017]

The Bench comprising of Justices Rohinton F. Nariman, Navin Sinha, and Indira Banerjee on August 19 passed an order to extend the deadline for the CBI Special Court for pronouncement of its judgment in Babri Masjid case till September 30. The criminal case against senior BJP leaders LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi Uma Bharti and … Continue reading State (Through) Central Bureau of Investigation vs. Shri Kalyan Singh [Criminal Appeal No. 751 of 2017]

IRDA makes PUCs Mandatory for Renewal of Motor Insurance Policies

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) through circular issued on August 20, 2020 asked insurance companies to not renew any motor vehicle's insurance policy if the owner does not provide ba valid Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate. The Supreme Court, on August 10, 2017, had passed orders in the MC Mehta case mandating insurance … Continue reading IRDA makes PUCs Mandatory for Renewal of Motor Insurance Policies

50 held on rioting charges after violent protest over temple ritual in Karnataka

The irate locals broke open the gate of the temple under the control of the state government, attacked police personnel and also damaged a vehicle during the incident in Dotihal village on Thursday, they said.Fifty people have been arrested on charges including rioting after a large crowd barged into a temple and attempted to take … Continue reading 50 held on rioting charges after violent protest over temple ritual in Karnataka

To extend the deadline of moratorium on loan repayment lawyers moves to SC

On account of the economic crisis faced by various sectors A lawyer has moved the Supreme Court seeking a direction for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to extend the moratorium on repayment of term loans.Touching upon the financial distress faced by many of the lawyers and litigators, the petitioner says that the pandemic has … Continue reading To extend the deadline of moratorium on loan repayment lawyers moves to SC

Temporary Relief has been granted to Ekta Kapoor by Madhya Pradesh HC

Justice Shailendra Shukla of the Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court directed the State Government not to take any sought of Coercive action against Television producer Ekta Kapoor till the next hearing. The Court also directed respondents to produce CD (Compact Disk) containing objectionable content before the Court within 2 days. A PIL has … Continue reading Temporary Relief has been granted to Ekta Kapoor by Madhya Pradesh HC

Tablighi Jamaat: Bombay HC quashes FIRs against 29 foreigners

The Aurangabad division bench of the Bombay High Court comprising of Justice T V Nalawade and Justice M G Sewlikar passed an order on 21st August quashing the FIRs lodged against 29 foreigners and six Indians in relation to the Tablighi Jamaat incident at Delhi. Charges were filed under several provisions of the IPC, Epidemic … Continue reading Tablighi Jamaat: Bombay HC quashes FIRs against 29 foreigners