[Read Order]- Delhi Highcourt Restrains Jet Airways Owned Jet Lite From Alienating Approx Rs. 180 Crore in the Terms of a UK Highcourt Decree

The Delhi High Court on Friday temporarily restrained Jet Lite (India) Ltd. (a subsidiary of the Jet Airways), from dispossessing, alienating its assets, to the tune of an international decree passed against it by a UK court. The Single bench comprised of Justice C. Hari Shankar ordered, “the judgment debtor is restrained, till the next date ofContinue reading “[Read Order]- Delhi Highcourt Restrains Jet Airways Owned Jet Lite From Alienating Approx Rs. 180 Crore in the Terms of a UK Highcourt Decree”

On District Planning At State’s Behest, Pending SEC Opinion On Feasibility Of Elections To 13 Competent Authorities- (Uttarakhand Highcout Restrains Spending Of 110 Crore) – [Read Order]

The Uttarakhand High Court on Friday restrained the State Government, from spending the budget of District Planning, of about Rs. 110 crores (as per ANI), on the complaint that the State Election Commission is not holding elections for constitution of the District Planning Committees. The Chief Justice-led bench observed that the Uttarakhand District Planning CommitteeContinue reading “On District Planning At State’s Behest, Pending SEC Opinion On Feasibility Of Elections To 13 Competent Authorities- (Uttarakhand Highcout Restrains Spending Of 110 Crore) – [Read Order]”

Madras HC Orders Judicial Inquiry Into Custodial Deaths Of Father-Son In Tamil Nadu’s Thoothukudi District [Read Order]

The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has directed the jurisdictional Judicial Magistrate to conduct an enquiry into the alleged custodial deaths of a father-son duo who were lodged in Sub Jail, Kovilpatti in Thoothukudi District in Tamil Nadu. The division bench comprising Justices P.N. Prakash and B. Pugalendhi has directed the Magistrate to visit toContinue reading “Madras HC Orders Judicial Inquiry Into Custodial Deaths Of Father-Son In Tamil Nadu’s Thoothukudi District [Read Order]”

Rajasthan High Court to resume regular functioning from Monday, June 29-[Covid-19]

The High Court has notified the modalities for ensuring that hearings are conducted while maintaining norms for prevention of spread of COVID-19. The Rajasthan High Court has notified that on conclusion of its summer vacation, it will start regular functioning from Monday, June 29 with preventive measures against COVID-19 still in place. In its notificationContinue reading “Rajasthan High Court to resume regular functioning from Monday, June 29-[Covid-19]”

Bombay Highcourt Fines APMC Rs.25,000 For Misrepresenting Facts Regarding Shifting Bakra Mandi From Residential Area

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday imposed a cost of Rs.25,000 on the Agriculture Produce Market Committee for misrepresenting facts regarding shifting of a Bakra Mandi (goat market) from a residential area in Wathoda to Kalamna market yard. Division bench of Justice RK Deshpande and Justice Amit Borkar of the Nagpur bench were hearing aContinue reading “Bombay Highcourt Fines APMC Rs.25,000 For Misrepresenting Facts Regarding Shifting Bakra Mandi From Residential Area”

Retired Judges face more threats but don’t ask for arms licences: Calcutta HC while rejecting plea by politician seeking an arms licence

The petitioner had asserted that there was a danger to his life and that he had many enemies on account of his being an honest, uncorrupt politician. An order dismissing a plea by a local politician for allowing him an arms licence recently saw the Calcutta High Court remarking that even retired judges do notContinue reading “Retired Judges face more threats but don’t ask for arms licences: Calcutta HC while rejecting plea by politician seeking an arms licence”

Ramdev and the Coronil claim: Patanjali treading on thin legal ice, but enforcement gaps might let yoga guru get away with COVID-19 ‘drug’

As the world looks for solutions for the pandemic that has held us hostage for the last few months, and threatens our way of life for at least the next few, Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd on Wednesday launched an Ayurvedic medicine – named Coronil, and claimed that it’s a cure for COVID-19. The news was metContinue reading “Ramdev and the Coronil claim: Patanjali treading on thin legal ice, but enforcement gaps might let yoga guru get away with COVID-19 ‘drug’”

Journalist Amish Devgan moves Supreme Court to quash FIR lodged against him for insulting Sufi saint, calls it an “inadvertent error”

The petition, which will be head on June 26, states that Devgan had “no intention” to hurt any religious sentiment, and thus the FIR should be quashed. Journalist Amish Devgan has moved Supreme Court urging it to quash the First Information Report (FIR) registered against him for hurting religious sentiments by referring to Sufi saintContinue reading “Journalist Amish Devgan moves Supreme Court to quash FIR lodged against him for insulting Sufi saint, calls it an “inadvertent error””

Class X, XII Board exams cancelled; optional Class XII exams may be held when COVID-19 situation improves: CBSE to Supreme Court-

Taking a cue from the CBSE’s stand, the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) also said that it would cancel this year’s Board exams. The Supreme Court was informed today that this year’s Class X and XII Board exams held by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) stand cancelled as a result of theContinue reading “Class X, XII Board exams cancelled; optional Class XII exams may be held when COVID-19 situation improves: CBSE to Supreme Court-“