On 21.05.2020, NIA files the second Supplementary Charge sheet in RC-01/ 2018/NIA-LKW in the NIA Special Court, Lucknow u/s 120B of IPC r/w Sections 489B & 489C of IPC against JiyaulHaqR/o VillMohabbatpur, PS Kaliachak, District Malda, West Bengal. Earlier two Charge sheets were filed against 5 accused viz. Shiv Bhajan Gupta, KuldeepGupta (A-2), Gurudev @ Vivek Rajput, […]

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Ban on Crackers

Ban on Crackers: Looking into the Hon’ble Courts Decision which came out near Diwali last year

Ban on Crackers by Supreme Court of India- The Apex Court in a case banned the sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR. This decision was questioned by many on the ground that it violates their right to livelihood, and freedom of religion. All fundamental rights are subject to certain reasonable restrictions. Thus, by this article, […]

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Section 497 and 498 of IPC are dusty Victorian remnants

Since its initiation, the law identified with adultery in India has been liable to grave contention in regards to a few of its key issues. The lawfulness of these laws in India has contended in view of their inclination to demonstrate an unmistakable feeling of sexual orientation predisposition. What is Adultery by the definition of […]

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UNNAO RAPE CASE- Not arresting rape accused BJP MLA Sengar is breach of law says Legal Experts

In the Unnao Rape Case, the FIR has been lodged and the MLA his brother and others are arrested, the victim and her family are given police protection but they are still suffering because of power and the money power of the other party, i.e. MLA. The choice of the Uttar Pradesh police not to […]

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Hearing of Ayodhya Case

Breaking: In-camera hearing in SC on Committee Report in Prajwala case

In a major development in the Prajwala case relating to circulation of videos of sexual assault and child pornography on the internet, the Supreme Court today agreed to hold an in-camera hearing on the Committee report. A Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and UU Lalit acceded to the request by Whatsapp, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and other search engines […]

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Madras HC issues Notice in a petition to recall Puducherry LG Kiran Bedi

Madras HC issues guidelines for Recording of Statements under Section 164 CrPC

The Madras High Court has issued a series of directions regarding the recording and production of statements under Section 164 CrPC, in the interest of reliable and speedy investigation. In the same order, it has also directed the state to establish Test Identification Parade centres in compliance with certain guidelines it has issued. The order […]

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vicarious liability

BLOG- Vicarious Liability

 Introduction ‘It is entirely appropriate that all businesses be responsible for the torts of their employees’. Tort law in India is a relatively new common law development supplemented by codifying statutes including statutes governing damages. While India generally follows the UK approach, there are certain differences which may indicate judicial activism, hence creating controversy. Tort is the breach of some duty independent of […]

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Right To Abort

BLOG- Grounds on which Court can reject the Right To Abort an unborn child in India

‘‘The right of a woman to choose to be a mother or not emerges from her human right to live with dignity which, falls within Article 21 of the Constitution.’’ Medical Termination Of Pregnancy Act, 1971 Before the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971, a pregnancy could not be terminated in India without attracting penal sanctions […]

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