Officers Designated U/s 53 NDPS Act Are ‘Cops’ Says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court by 2:1 has held that the officials who are contributed with powers under section 53 of the NDPS Act are "cops" inside the importance of section 25 of the Indian Evidence Act, as aftereffect of which any confession explanation made to them would be banned under the arrangements of section 25 of … Continue reading Officers Designated U/s 53 NDPS Act Are ‘Cops’ Says Supreme Court

Plea filed in Supreme Court to demolish the party symbols in EVM

BJP leader and advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay has filed plea in Supreme Court to remove party symbols from the ballot, EVM. They also sought directions to declare it as unconstitutional and illegal. The plea seeks directions to Election Commission of India to insert the ‘Name, Age, Educational Qualification and Photograph’ on EVM. This is to … Continue reading Plea filed in Supreme Court to demolish the party symbols in EVM

Married daughter of a deceased employee should be granted job on compassionate grounds

Facts The father of the applicant, Mamta Devi, died on May 8, 2019. He was working as a Class IV employee at the District Ayurvedic Office, Kullu. Besides her, her mother and sister were dependent on the deceased father. There is no male member in her house who can take care of her mother. Due … Continue reading Married daughter of a deceased employee should be granted job on compassionate grounds

Gujarat HC Initiates Suo Motu Matter For Expeditious Disposal of Cases Against MPs/MLAs

A division bench of the Gujarat High Court comprising Justices RM Chhaya and Vaibhavi D. Nanavati have registered a suo motu case to monitor expeditious disposal of criminal proceedings pending against sitting/ former MPs and MLAs in the local Courts under its jurisdiction. The case was registered pursuant to a recent direction issued by the … Continue reading Gujarat HC Initiates Suo Motu Matter For Expeditious Disposal of Cases Against MPs/MLAs

Munger: Did Lipi Singh lie? CISF report says police personnel opened fire first, not someone from crowd

A report of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has revealed glaring lapses on the part of the Bihar Police in the incident that unfolded in Munger district on the night of October 26. One person was killed and more than a dozen people, including security personnel, were injured in firing and stone-pelting during Goddess … Continue reading Munger: Did Lipi Singh lie? CISF report says police personnel opened fire first, not someone from crowd

Flight Guidelines Revised in Bengal

With a sudden increase in Covid cases, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) announced updated guidelines for domestic passengers travelling through Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International, Kolkata and Bagdogra airport which are witnessing promising passenger footfall with each passing day. Kolkata airport which handles a considerable number of passengers among other airports in the Eastern … Continue reading Flight Guidelines Revised in Bengal

PIL in Supreme Court seeking protection for Hindus in Mewat, Haryana

A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court alleging forceful conversion of Hindus to Islam by the dominant members of the Muslim community in Mewat, Haryana. The petition seeks for the formation of an SIT comprising of CBI and NIA Under the authority of a retired Supreme Court Judge. The plea stated that many … Continue reading PIL in Supreme Court seeking protection for Hindus in Mewat, Haryana

US court asks Antrix to pay $1.2 billion compensation to Bengaluru start-up for cancelling satellite deal

A US court has asked Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of ISRO, to pay compensation of USD 1.2 billion to a Bengaluru-based startup, Devas Multimedia, for cancelling a satellite deal in 2005. As per the agreement in January 2005, Antrix agreed to build, launch and operate two satellites and to make available 70 MHz of … Continue reading US court asks Antrix to pay $1.2 billion compensation to Bengaluru start-up for cancelling satellite deal

Tamilnadu Government launched new scheme to provide monetary aid to the young advocates:

Edappadi K. Palaniswami, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu on October 28th has launched a lawyer's Stephen scheme for the young lawyers as per which rupees 3000 per month will be provided to the young lawyers as in the form of stipend for 2 years. On the occasion the Bar Council Chairman PS Amalraj stated … Continue reading Tamilnadu Government launched new scheme to provide monetary aid to the young advocates:

17-Year-Old Boy Kills His Father, Watches ‘Crime Patrol’ 100 Times to Learn How to Destroy Evidence

In a shocking incident, a 17-year-old boy in Vrindavan killed his father in a fit of rage and later watched TV serial 'Crime Patrol' to learn how to destroy any evidence of the murderOn May 3, police found the partially burnt body that remained unidentified for almost three weeks as no missing person report was … Continue reading 17-Year-Old Boy Kills His Father, Watches ‘Crime Patrol’ 100 Times to Learn How to Destroy Evidence