Police Presence During Test Identification makes statements by Identifiers fall within the ban of Section 162 CrPc: Supreme Court

When the Test identification parades are held in police presence, the resultant communications tantamount to statements made by the identifiers to a police officer in course of investigation and they fall within the ban of section 162 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Supreme Court has held. In this case, the accused Chunthuram and … Continue reading Police Presence During Test Identification makes statements by Identifiers fall within the ban of Section 162 CrPc: Supreme Court

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

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:

SC allows mother to move child to Singapore ahead of pending guardianship proceedings

A three-judge bench of Justice DY Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee has allowed the mother of a child aged 7 to take him along with her to Singapore. The court reversed the Karnataka High Court order which restrained the mother from moving the child out of the jurisdiction of Bengaluru by  invoking article 142 … Continue reading SC allows mother to move child to Singapore ahead of pending guardianship proceedings

Bail is being denied by Kerala High Court to M Siva Sankar IAS in gold smuggling case

Justice Ashok Menon of the Kerala High court on Wednesday denied the pre-arrest bail application of M Siva Sankar IAS, the former principal secretary to the cheif minister of Kerala, in the cases registered by the Enforcement Directorate and the Customs department in relation to the gold smuggling case. The case relates to the seizure … Continue reading Bail is being denied by Kerala High Court to M Siva Sankar IAS in gold smuggling case

Supreme Court dismisses PIL on Enforcing Farmer’s Act saying “General Directions can not be asked for implementing a Law”

The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL which sought directions to the Centra and States for enforcing the recently passed three Famers Acts. "You cannot ask for a general direction to implement the Act. You have to bring forth specific cases", observed the Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde, while dismissing the PIL. … Continue reading Supreme Court dismisses PIL on Enforcing Farmer’s Act saying “General Directions can not be asked for implementing a Law”

Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

The Central Government has filed a detailed affidavit before the Supreme Court in connection with the loan moratorium case, stating that the difference between compound interest and simple interest will be deposited in the account of borrowers by November 5. This decision was taken by the Ministry of Finance and has been approved by the Union Cabinet … Continue reading Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

The Central Government has filed a detailed affidavit before the Supreme Court in connection with the loan moratorium case, stating that the difference between compound interest and simple interest will be deposited in the account of borrowers by November 5. This decision was taken by the Ministry of Finance and has been approved by the Union Cabinet … Continue reading Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

Bail has been granted by the Delhi High Court to the History Sheeter in Criminal Complaint filed by alleged habitual litigant

A bench of Justice Sutesh Kumar Kait on momday allowed the bail application of a history sheeter after it was found that the complaint against him was filed by the person who is habitual of filing frivolous complaints to obtain money from the victims on the pretext of settlement. Further the Court has observed that … Continue reading Bail has been granted by the Delhi High Court to the History Sheeter in Criminal Complaint filed by alleged habitual litigant

A case has been quashed by Gujarat High Court lodged by the minor wife of a boy:

The girl lodged an FIR against the accused in which she reveals that she was 11 years old when she was forced to marry the accused(who was then 17 years old) in 2015. She further alleged that after she had gone to her in-laws house in 2016, she was forced to maintain physical relationship with … Continue reading A case has been quashed by Gujarat High Court lodged by the minor wife of a boy: