Freedom of speech not absolute: Bombay High Court

The Bombay high court has mentioned that freedom of speech and expression given beneath Article nineteen of the Constitution isn't an absolute right whereas denying interim protection from arrest to a lady for putting objectionable content on Twitter against Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his son Aditya Thackeray. A bench of Justices S.S. Shinde and … Continue reading Freedom of speech not absolute: Bombay High Court

Second Marriage Under Muslim Law May Be Considered as Cruelty Against First Wife Even While Its Legal

The Kalaburagi bench of the Karnataka High Court comprising Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice P. Krishna Bhat while hearing an appeal held that even though it is legal to contract a second marriage by a Muslim husband, it often causes "enormous cruelty" to the first wife, hence justifying her claim for divorce.The court while … Continue reading Second Marriage Under Muslim Law May Be Considered as Cruelty Against First Wife Even While Its Legal

Technical problems faced by students in NLAT to be raised by query :NLSIU

Statement to record the successful completion of the the National Law Aptitude Test has been given by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru for its law school admissions this year.During the exams several candidates have faced technical issues, including those relating to verification, login, and facial recognition through their webcams.Notably, the University … Continue reading Technical problems faced by students in NLAT to be raised by query :NLSIU

Stalin vs. State Represented by the Inspector of police

[Criminal Appeal No. 577 of 2020 *Facts* : The incident happened during a beer party in Tamil Nadu. All were friends and the incident occurred in a sudden quarrel. The accused has hit the deceased by a knife-like object which hit the delicate part of the body and the friend was killed. The police registered … Continue reading Stalin vs. State Represented by the Inspector of police

A 77year old women moves SC challenging Rules prescribing age limit to study law

RISHABH DUGGAL & ANR (PETITIONERS)VERSUSTHE BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA & ANR (RESPONDENTS) Rules of Legal Education and BCI rules which sets the upper limit of admission of 3 years LLB course at 30 and 5 year course at 20, is been challenged by a 77 year old women.In this pending matter of supreme court the … Continue reading A 77year old women moves SC challenging Rules prescribing age limit to study law

SOP for physical hearings issued by Gujarat HC

The Gujarat High Court has issued a Standard Operating Procedures (SoP) for resumption of Physical Hearings. The court was closed from September 12, after 12 employees tested Covid positive. Physical hearing will resume from September 16 onwards. The Court working hours would be from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Court stated some rules that areonly … Continue reading SOP for physical hearings issued by Gujarat HC

Supreme Court releases entry guidelines for physical hearings

To ease the process of physical hearings, the Supreme Court has released an e-user guide that provides instructions for formalities that can be done online through the court's website. These guidelines help limit the physical hearings in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that have resumed since September 1. The Standard Operating Procedure contains 17 … Continue reading Supreme Court releases entry guidelines for physical hearings