Delhi Hc dismisses plea alleging arbitrariness in Moot Court Competition conducted by NLU Delhi

Justice Jayant Nath of the Delhi High Court refused to allow a writ petition filed in relation to the recently conducted inter-college Moot Court Competition by NLU Delhi. The petitioners Debashish Patra and others claimed that the organizers had acted in an arbitrary manner. The petitioners' grievance is with regards to their qualification for the … Continue reading Delhi Hc dismisses plea alleging arbitrariness in Moot Court Competition conducted by NLU Delhi

Allahabad High Court stops UP Sunni Central Waqf Board order, relief for Azam Khan

Allahabad high court prohibited the implementation of the March twenty, 2020 order of the state Sunni Central Waqf Board relating to encroachment and management within the Maulana Mohd Ali Jauhar Trust, Rampurthe Court has also ordered the government authorities to file a reply. This order was given by a division bench on a petition filed … Continue reading Allahabad High Court stops UP Sunni Central Waqf Board order, relief for Azam Khan

PIL has been dismissed by Rajasthan High Court file against Dream11

The Bench of Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice Mahendar Kumar Goyal on 16th October dismissed the writ petition filed in the nature of public interest litigation against the online game "Dream 11 fantasy Private Limited" alleging that it is is a game of chance which involves illegal act betting and gambling. The petitioner referred … Continue reading PIL has been dismissed by Rajasthan High Court file against Dream11

Supreme Court upheld the Patna High Court order in granting anticipatory bail

The Apex Court of India upheld the order of Patna High Court Directing the husband to pay rupees 20000 per month to wife as a precondition for granting anticipatory bail. The husband has approached the High Court seeking anticipatory bail apprehending arrest in a domestic violence case in which complaint is filed by his wife. … Continue reading Supreme Court upheld the Patna High Court order in granting anticipatory bail

Bombay High Court has granted anticipatory bail to the accused under Section 354 of IPC

Justice Sarang V Kotwal while hearing an anticipatory bail application filed by one Raviraj Gupta observed that the case was solely dependent on the side of the victim and if futher it was proved that allegations were false then it will have an irreparable loss if the accused was arrested. The FIR was lodged by … Continue reading Bombay High Court has granted anticipatory bail to the accused under Section 354 of IPC

Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir has been released from detention centre:

PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti who was the former Chief Minister of State of Jammu and Kashmir has been released on Tuesday night from the detention centre. The PDP leader was in detention since August 5th 2019, the day when the special status to the State of Jammu and Kashmir has been revoked by the central … Continue reading Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir has been released from detention centre:

Supreme Court issues notice to Centre on petitions challenging the three farm laws

On 12th October, the Supreme Court issued notice on petitions challenging the three farm laws which is passed by the Parliament. The notice seeks response within 4 weeks from the Centre. The three farm laws were: Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020.Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and … Continue reading Supreme Court issues notice to Centre on petitions challenging the three farm laws

NRI quota in PG medical and dental courses in private colleges not sacrosanct: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has stated that private medical colleges aren't obligated to give any NRI quota for admissions in any given year. the present norm of fifteen % isn't necessary and if a medical college or establishment or the state regulatory authority decides to try and do away with it, it simply reasonably provide reasonable … Continue reading NRI quota in PG medical and dental courses in private colleges not sacrosanct: Supreme Court

Bail has been granted by Delhi High Court to Tahir Hussain’s associate in Delhi riots incident

A bench of justice Suresh Kait while hearing the petition of Tahir Husain's alleged associate Irshad Ahmed in Delhi riots case granted him the bail after observing that "the said witnesses seemed to be planted one."The petitioner filed the case under section 439 of CrPC for granting him bail in case FIR no. 80 of … Continue reading Bail has been granted by Delhi High Court to Tahir Hussain’s associate in Delhi riots incident

Plea in Supreme Court seeks directive to media not to demonise entire muslim community for covid spread

A petition has come to the Supreme Court – filed by Jamiat ulema I Hind against the Union of India – asking it to direct the govt and therefore the media to not blame the complete Muslim community for the unfold of COVID-19, due to one religious congregation, by the Tablighi Jamaat at Nizamuddin Markaz. … Continue reading Plea in Supreme Court seeks directive to media not to demonise entire muslim community for covid spread