BLOG- Section 377 is unconstitutional: Homosexuality is Legal

Today is a historic day as Supreme court of India has given a judgement on section 377 and they declared it as illegal and made homosexuality legal. It’s a great win for gay people as now they can live in our society peacefully with heads up and they don’t have to hide it with people. […]

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HIGH COURT- Kerala HC decline to Stop Arrest Of Kerala Top Cop’s Daughter In Assault Case

The Kerala High court today declined to Arrest Of Kerala Top Cop’s Daughter in an ambush body of evidence recorded against her by a police driver. In her expectant safeguard supplication under the steady gaze of the Kerala High Court, the cop’s little girl had looked for a between time arrange till the last governing […]

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SUPREME COURT- On Monday will decide if Convicts in 2012 Nirbhaya Gang Rape Will Hang

The SC on Monday will decide on the appeal of four convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya Gang Rape case about the capital punishment. The summit court had in May 2017 maintained capital punishment against the four in the 2012 case that shook the country. The Delhi High Court had granted Akshay, Pawan, Vinay Sharma and […]

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Caste Should Not Be Mentioned In Arrest Report

HIGH COURT- Caste Should Not Be Mentioned In Arrest Report

The Rajasthan High Court has requested that standing ought not to be specified in capture reminders and safeguard bonds, watching that character of an individual is known by parentage and not by the station. Justice Sanjeev Prakash Sharma noted in his request said that neither the CrPC nor the Constitution gives that a man is […]

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Collegium System : Appointment of Judges in India

APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES IN INDIA Recently, Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha started a controversy on the appointment of judges in India by lashing out at the Collegium system for appointing judges. Also, he termed this system as “a bolt on democracy”.  Questioning the system he said a child from a humble background can never become a […]

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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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HIGH COURT- Wife is Entitled to Know the husband’s salary

The Madhya Pradesh High Court, on May 15, 2018, upheld the order of Central Information Commission while observing that a wife is entitled to know husband’s salary. The petition was filed by the wife, seeking maintenance from her husband, alleging that her husband being a high and reputed officer in Telecommunication Department (BSNL) drawing salary […]

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NEET Age Limit

SUPREME COURT- SC Petition on Upholding NEET Age Limit

Petition, in the Supreme Court, was filed challenging the Delhi high court’s verdict of upholding the upper limit of age of 30 years for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC and 25 years for General category candidates for appearing in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET). Appeal was presented by Tribhvan Singh from Rajasthan, aged 27, questioning the […]

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Shareholder's Agreement

V.B. Rangaraj v V.B. Gopalakrishnan AIR 1992 SC 453

Shareholder’s Agreement is the agreement made between the shareholders of the company among themselves. This case is related to validity of provisions of shareholder’s agreement which is in contravention to the Article of Association. ISSUE: The main question that falls for consideration in both the appeals is whether the shareholders can among themselves enter into […]

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Photocopy of Court Records are Admissible: SC

A Supreme Court Bench, comprising Justice AK Goel and RF Nariman, in Asian Resurfacing of Road Agency P. Ltd. And Anr. Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation, directed that whenever original record has been summoned by an appellate or revision court, photocopy or scanned copy of the same must be kept for its reference and original […]

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