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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Madras High Court

BREAKING- Madras High Court to restrict it function as 3 judges test positive for coronavirus.

BREAKING NEWS- Madras High Court has decided to restrict its function immediately because 3 judges test positive for coronavirus/ COVID-19. The people connected are sent into quarantine and rest people are being tested and the building is being sanitised to restrict corona spread. All the subordinate courts will also be restricted. The restrictions on the […]

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Media Houses forcing resignation

HC- PIL against Media Houses forcing resignation, pay cuts on Journalists/ non-journalist employees amid COVID-19

The Bombay High Court has looked for the Government’s reaction in a PIL against Media Houses forcing resignation, pay cuts on Journalists/ non-journalist employees amid COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. The PIL recorded by Maharashtra Union of Working Journalists and the Nagpur Union of Working Journalists raises a complaint about Media Houses forcing resignation and representatives […]

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Doctrine of Frustration

HC- Delhi HC held Doctrine of Frustration not applicable on Lease Agreements

In a recent judgement, Delhi High Court held that Doctrine of Frustration u/s 56 of Indian Contract Act is not applicable on Lease Agreements. The High Court judgement in the case Ramanand vs Dr Gireesh Soni is based on the precedent laid down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in various cases, in which SC held […]

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Media Houses forcing resignation

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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