HarperCollins Move Delhi High Court Against Order Restricting Publication of Book on Asaram Bapu

Obhan and Associates, the firm representing HarperCollins Publishers India Pvt. Ltd. has moved the Delhi High Court against a District Court order restricting the publication of a book titled "Gunning for the Godman: The True Story Behind Asaram Bapu's Conviction". The book is authored by Ajay Lamba, Additional Commissioner of Police, Jaipur and Sanjiv Mathur. … Continue reading HarperCollins Move Delhi High Court Against Order Restricting Publication of Book on Asaram Bapu

NLAT for NLSIU Admissions 2020: Instructions for PWD candidates released

The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bengaluru has notified instructions for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) who are writing the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) for NLSIU admissions this year. All the PWD candidates will have 15 minutes extra time to write the NLAT exam at both UG and PG levels.The following instructions have been issued for PWD … Continue reading NLAT for NLSIU Admissions 2020: Instructions for PWD candidates released

Wages for prisoners to be revised as per the provisions of Rule 31 of the Rajasthan Prison Rules, 1951: says Rajasthan HC.

As per the provision of Rule 31(1) of Part XII of the Rules of 1951, prisoners who have worked as labourers in prison are entitled to wages as fixed by the government from time to time. This is payable to the prisoner on the basis of:1. Work done by them as directed to them 2. … Continue reading Wages for prisoners to be revised as per the provisions of Rule 31 of the Rajasthan Prison Rules, 1951: says Rajasthan HC.

Analysis of 2018 Amendments in CrPC

Abstract- The basic motive in bringing amendments in CrPC is to make anti-rape laws more stringent. The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2018 was brought down in order to control the inhumane act which is increasing at a very staggering rate. The voice was started rising when the crime against minor girls was stated increasing in … Continue reading Analysis of 2018 Amendments in CrPC

Attorney General isolated himself in quarantine

Attorney General for India KK Venugopal is under self-quarantine after his colleague tested positive for COVID-19 informed by Supreme Court on Monday.Venugopal being in quarantine as he sought adjournment in a case concerning appointments to different tribunals informed by the Additional Solicitor General SV Raju informed the Bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao and Hemant … Continue reading Attorney General isolated himself in quarantine

BENEFITS OF OPTING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION OVER LITIGATION

ABSTRACT : Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a non- adversarial method for the settlement of disputes. The first part of this article talks about the basic concept of ADR and litigation, followed by a brief explanation of the mechanisms of ADR. The second part shows a comparison between ADR and litigation and highlights the benefits … Continue reading BENEFITS OF OPTING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION OVER LITIGATION

Allahabad HC grants interim bail to Gayatri Prajapati

The Allahabad court has accepted the plea for an interim bail for 2 months to former state minister Gayatri Prasad on medical grounds. Prajapati has been held and is on trial in reference to a rape case. The order was passed by Justice Ved Prakash Vaish on the 2nd bail application filed by the Gayatri … Continue reading Allahabad HC grants interim bail to Gayatri Prajapati

French company Flying Whales is creating an airship that can pickup and drop cargo without landing

Flying Whales is producing a blimp-like aircraft that can transport and drop off cargo mid-flight.Several components of the cargo transport airship are made to be environmentally friendly, such as its floating capabilities powered by helium, hybrid-electric propulsion system, and lack of need for extra infrastructure during take-offs and landings. The LCA60T is rigid and can't … Continue reading French company Flying Whales is creating an airship that can pickup and drop cargo without landing

Petitioner in landmark Supreme Court judgement, Kesvananda Bharti passes away

Kesvananda Bharati, on whose petition the Supreme Court delivered a landmark judgement that the basic structure of the Constitution can't be altered, died on Sunday, September 6, 2020. The SC then had 16 judges and yet Chief Justice SM Sikri constituted a 13 judge bench, the largest ever till date. The judgement pronounced on April … Continue reading Petitioner in landmark Supreme Court judgement, Kesvananda Bharti passes away