The petition filed by an Adv. Ghanshyam Upadhyay seeks Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) Inquiry for Fake encounter of Vikas Dubey and his four Aides

The petition filed by a lawyer named Ghanshyam Upadhyay seeks CBI inquiry under the supervision of the Court, and strict action against policemen involved in the killings of the four aides of Vikas Dubey The petitioner says he is ‘disturbed and anguished’ at the growing tendency of police doing “instant justice” by killing accused underContinue reading “The petition filed by an Adv. Ghanshyam Upadhyay seeks Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) Inquiry for Fake encounter of Vikas Dubey and his four Aides”

[Order VII Rule 11 Civil Procedure Code]- If Plaint Does Not Disclose Cause Of Action Or Suit Is Barred By Any Law, The Court Has No Option But To Reject The Plaint: Supreme court

[Read Judgment] “The provision of Order VII Rule 11 is mandatory in nature.” In a judgment delivered today, the Supreme Court has observed that the provision of Order VII Rule 11 Code of Civil Procedure regarding ‘Rejection of Plaint’ is mandatory in nature. “It states that the plaint “shall” be rejected if any of theContinue reading “[Order VII Rule 11 Civil Procedure Code]- If Plaint Does Not Disclose Cause Of Action Or Suit Is Barred By Any Law, The Court Has No Option But To Reject The Plaint: Supreme court”

Supreme Court Nullifies Post-March 31 Sale Of BS-IV Vehicles ; Bars Registration Of Such Vehicles [Read Order]

The Supreme Court on Wednesday recalled its March 27 order which allowed sale of 10% of unsold BS-IV vehicles for ten days after the lockdown, in areas except Delhi-NCR, after noting that the automobile dealers sold such vehicles during the lockdown in violation of the order. Following the recall of the order, the bench headed by Justice ArunContinue reading “Supreme Court Nullifies Post-March 31 Sale Of BS-IV Vehicles ; Bars Registration Of Such Vehicles [Read Order]”

Karnataka High Court directs Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to monitor implementation of loan moratorium circular- [Mandatory for banks to ensure continuity of businesses]

The Court added that borrowers may seek the moratorium as a matter of right if they could establish that the growth and continuity of their business would be affected. The Karnataka High Court yesterday held that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is required to monitor the implementation of its March 27 circular granting aContinue reading “Karnataka High Court directs Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to monitor implementation of loan moratorium circular- [Mandatory for banks to ensure continuity of businesses]”

Supreme Court Advocate-On-Record Association (SCAORA) urges Chief Justice of India (CJI) S. A. Bobde to look into the demise of a Senior lawyer in Supreme Court premises due to unavailability of medical assistance

Senior Advocate SK Dhingra passed away while in Supreme Court premises and could not be tended to due to unavailability of any medical staff or assistance. Precious time was also lost due to strict protocol. The Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association (SCAORA) has written to the Chief justice of India, Justice SA Bobde, to lookContinue reading “Supreme Court Advocate-On-Record Association (SCAORA) urges Chief Justice of India (CJI) S. A. Bobde to look into the demise of a Senior lawyer in Supreme Court premises due to unavailability of medical assistance”

Citizens of India questioning its intention/ Purpose of Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) promoting Digital Learning Act against Country’s Interest: Bombay High Court [Read Order]

In the 21st century, a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Government that promotes digital methods of education must “be hailed a big progressive measure taken by the Government in making digital position of India stronger and firmer in the Comity of Nations”, the Bombay High Court said recently. The Court made the observation whileContinue reading “Citizens of India questioning its intention/ Purpose of Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) promoting Digital Learning Act against Country’s Interest: Bombay High Court [Read Order]”

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Gujarat High court states that “The Consumer’s Right To Be Informed about the country where the company manufacturing the product is based and the Place Of Manufacture Of all Products Sold Through Web Portals And / Or Sold Through E-Commerce Applications”

The Gujarat High Court has issued notice in a petition calling for Government directions that “place of manufacture” of products sold over e-commerce portals to be displayed to prospective consumers (Yatin S. Soni v. Union of India and Ors). A Division Bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice JB Pardiwala has directed the Union of India, to fileContinue reading “Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Gujarat High court states that “The Consumer’s Right To Be Informed about the country where the company manufacturing the product is based and the Place Of Manufacture Of all Products Sold Through Web Portals And / Or Sold Through E-Commerce Applications””

Karnataka High court stays part of government orders imposing ban on conduct of online classes for LKG to Class 10th

However, the Court clarified that school authorities have no right to make online education compulsory for students, or charge any extra fee for the same. The Karnataka High Court today stayed the part of the state government orders dated June 15 and June 27 which had imposed a ban on conduct of online classes forContinue reading “Karnataka High court stays part of government orders imposing ban on conduct of online classes for LKG to Class 10th”

A woman who lived like a wife cannot be deprived of maintenance: Tripura High court- [Read Judgment]

“Such woman has right to live in society with dignity and not as destitute.” A woman who lived like a wife and in the perception she was treated as the wife cannot be deprived of the maintenance, the Tripura High Court has held. Justice S. Talapatra observed that  such a woman also has right to liveContinue reading “A woman who lived like a wife cannot be deprived of maintenance: Tripura High court- [Read Judgment]”

Bihar Court Rejects Plea accusing Salman Khan And Others in the Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death

By – Press Trust of India A court here on Wednesday turned down a petition accusing Bollywood bigwigs like Salman Khan, Ekta Kapoor, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Karan Johar, among others, of abetment to actor Sushant Singh Rajputs suicide. Chief Judicial Magistrate Mukesh Kumar dismissed the petition filed by local advocate Sudhir Kumar Ojha, pointingContinue reading “Bihar Court Rejects Plea accusing Salman Khan And Others in the Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death”