Special Powers of High Court

BLOG- Special Powers of High Court and Court of Session Regarding Bail

Intro- In this article, we will discuss the Special Powers of High Court and Court of Session Regarding Bail. First, let us understand in short what is a bailable and non- bailable offence. Bailable offence According to section 2(a) of CrPC  1973 “bailable offence”  which is shown as bailable in the First Schedule, or which […]

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Court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh

BREAKING- Supreme Court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh on petitioner seeking ban on sale of soft drinks

The Supreme Court today lashed out at the heavily on a social worker who had moved Supreme Court with a PIL seeking a ban on the sale cold drinks like Coca Cola , Thumbs Up, among others (Umedsinh P Chavda v. Union of India and ors.). The court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh on the petitioner. The Bench of Honorable Justices DY Chandrachud, […]

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Cancel CBSE exams

BREAKING- Cancel CBSE exams to be held in July PIL filed in the Supreme Court

A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court through Advocate Rishi Malhotra challenging the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) notification declaring the commencement of Board exams in July. The plea prays to Cancel CBSE exams to be held in July and the results of students to be declared on the basis of internal  marks this […]

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BCI

BREAKING- BCI declared that all students to be promoted on basis of previous year’s marks and internal marks of current year except final year students

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has issued guidelines for the promotion of law students to subsequent year and also the conduct of law exams amid the COVID-19 crisis. In this regard, it’s been clarified that each one students, except final year law students, would be promoted to subsequent year on the basis of the previous year’s marks and marks obtained within the internal examination of the present year. As far […]

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LABOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT IN STARTUPS

BLOG- LABOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT IN STARTUPS IN BHARAT- AN ASSESSMENT

Usually, the instances from ancient practices are avoided while making regulations for similar modern practices owing to their primitive nature. But these prospects influence the behavioural aspects of an individual in the long run; therefore, it becomes important to ponder upon them for forming regulatory provisions. The concept of the start-up is a flagship initiative […]

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MEDICAL EXAMINATION REPORT

BLOG- ADMISSIBILITY OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION REPORT IN SEXUAL OFFENCES

The sexual offences are not only derogatory to an individual, but the slightest increase in the rate of such crime against particular sex also reveals the outlook and concern of the society for that sex in general. Women have always been prone to such ferocious acts and their voice has been suppressed for so long. […]

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PM Cares Fund

BLOG- PM Cares Fund is not a public authority under the RTI Act

Amid concerns raised over the transparency of the PM Cares Fund set up for COVID-19 relief, a Right to Information (RTI) response received by a lawyer states that the Fund does not come under the scope of “public authority” under the RTI Act. Advocate Abhay Gupta had filed an RTI application seeking details on the PM Cares Fund, […]

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