Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

Abstract The Constitution of India is the supreme law for the jurisdiction of India. It outlines essential political standards, systems, rehearses, rights, forces, and obligations of the legislature. It was received on the 26th of November, in the year 1949 by the Constituent Assembly. However, it came to impact on the 26th of January, 1950. … Continue reading Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

ABSTRACT The Constitution of India took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days from December 1946 to December 1949 to get fully drafted with a total expenditure of 6.4 million INR. During this duration the draft of Indian Constitution was discussed and debated clause by clause in the Constituent Assembly of India. the Assembly held 11 … Continue reading CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

Gujarat HC to Send Digitally Signed Copies of Bail Orders Through E-Writ Module

The Gujarat High Court has launched the E-Writ Module on 2 October on account of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti. It will enable the High Court to send digitally signed bail orders to the District Courts. The module is both court and litigant friendly as it reduces time of physical transmission of bail orders and prevents any … Continue reading Gujarat HC to Send Digitally Signed Copies of Bail Orders Through E-Writ Module

Kerala HC grants bail to youth accused of creating enmity for posters against custodial torture of 2 Muslim youth

Several cases were registered against the petitioner in respect of the posters, in view of their wide circulation. Despite his being granted bail in some of the cases filed against him, he was not allowed bail for the other cases. The petitioner argued that the maintainability of the allegation is doubtful, and that he was, … Continue reading Kerala HC grants bail to youth accused of creating enmity for posters against custodial torture of 2 Muslim youth

Rahul Gandhi in Moga for tractor rally against farm laws

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is set to take out tractor rallies in Punjab on Sunday to protest the three farm laws recently cleared by Parliament after his visit to the state to extend support to agitating farmers was postponed by a day as he visited the family of Hathras gang-rape victim on Saturday. The rallies … Continue reading Rahul Gandhi in Moga for tractor rally against farm laws

NRI Doctor to sue Air India for wrong call regarding his wife’s death

A 77-year-old doctor has now decided to sue the airline, as the information about his wife's death was wrong. Dr Vinayakom, a reputed anaesthesiologist, who is settled in the United States, got a call from an Air India official who told him that his wife has died on board a flight to Washington DC from … Continue reading NRI Doctor to sue Air India for wrong call regarding his wife’s death

Aircel Spectrum sale under IBC decided by NCLAT : Surpeme Court

Last week The Supreme Court allowed the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) to decide the question of whether mobile operator Aircel's spectrum license can be sold under Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC) proceedings.The Supreme Court seeking clarification of the September 1 judgment as per which the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) decided at the … Continue reading Aircel Spectrum sale under IBC decided by NCLAT : Surpeme Court

3 Priests Suspended From The Orthodox Church In Kerala

The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church passed an order for the suspension of 3 three priests who were involved in unethical practices, harassment as well as financial irregularities. An enquiry would be followed after the suspension, as per the orders of Yuhanon Mar Diascoros, episcopal synod secretary of Syro-Malankara Church.The priests: Fr. Varghese Markose, Fr. Rony … Continue reading 3 Priests Suspended From The Orthodox Church In Kerala

Two Naval officers killed in glider crash in Kochi

The two officers on the flight have been identified as Lt Rajeev Jha and Petty officer (Electrical Air) Sunil Kumar. They were declared brought dead by doctors at the INHS Sanjivani.Two Naval officers were killed on Sunday morning after their glider crashed near the Thoppumpady bridge in Kochi. They took off from the INS Garuda … Continue reading Two Naval officers killed in glider crash in Kochi

Gujarat High Court has decided to upload orders/judgment in Gujarati language:

In a press release High Court official said that “As desired by Honourable the Chief Justice of High Court of Gujarat, Mr. Justice Vikram Nath and as further recommended by Honourable Judges of the Artificial Intelligence Committee of the High Court, Honourable the Chief Justice has been pleased to pass directions to start uploading one … Continue reading Gujarat High Court has decided to upload orders/judgment in Gujarati language: