Foreign Law Firms

BLOG- SC Clarifies Foreign Law Firms Scope Of Services In India

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court) articulated a judgment limiting foreign law firms and lawyers from setting up workplaces in India and has just enabled them to come to India on the impermanent reason for exhorting on outside the law and for cooperation in worldwide business mediations in India. Further, limitations have been […]

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No tareek pe tareek anymore

SUPREME COURT- “No tareek pe tareek anymore”, sets 6 month expiry limit on stay orders

The Supreme Court on 28.03.2018 decided that stay arranges by courts will accompany a six-month lapse confine. The Bench while issuing the decision expressed that “Cure isn’t just required in debasement cases yet for all polite and criminal situations where by virtue of stay orders, common and criminal procedures are deferred.” The decision by the […]

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Pregnancy Case

SUPREME COURT- SC failed to address women’s right to their bodies in 24-week Pregnancy Case

The Supreme Court’s request passed yesterday on account of “Ms X” v Union of India is a cop-out on a critical issue — the protected right of a lady to have self-rule over her own body with regards to a pregnancy. While it has enabled the applicant to end her pregnancy based on medicinal exhortation […]

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Khap Panchayat

SUPREME COURT- Khap Panchayat ’s view of Honour Killing is Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court on Tuesday (March 27) pronounced Khap Panchayat’s perspective of respect killing for the marriage between two grown-ups illegal. The court additionally said that respect executing might be violative of the standards of criminal law until the Center drafts a law on respect murdering. The seat including Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A […]

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Nikah Halala

SUPREME COURT- SC refers polygamy, Nikah Halala matter to constitution bench

The Supreme Court is hearing a cluster of petitions testing the protected legitimacy of polygamy and nikah halala, predominant among Indian Muslims. On Monday (March 26), the seat including Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud alluded the issue to a constitution seat. The Center, in its past entries under […]

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SC failed to address women's right to their bodies in 24-week Pregnancy Case

SUPREME COURT- SC ask Chief Secretaries of States to Explain why Lokayuktas have not been Appointed

The Supreme Court is hearing a supplication looking for a Lokpal according to Lokayukta Act, 2013. Furthermore encouraging fundamental satisfactory spending plan, foundation and labor, basic for successful working of the Lokpal. On Friday (March 23), the seat of Justices Ranjan Gogoi, R Banumathi asked the secretaries of states why no Lokayukta or Uplokayukta delegated […]

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Junaid lynching case

Supreme Court- SC seeks reply on plea for CBI probe into Junaid lynching case

Junaid lynching case- Supreme Court today looked for the Center’s reaction on a request looking for a CBI test into the Ballabhgarh swarm lynching case in which 17-year-old Junaid Khan has wounded to death on a prepare in June a year ago. A seat of Justices Kurian Joseph and M Shantanagoudar likewise remained the trial […]

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SC failed to address women's right to their bodies in 24-week Pregnancy Case

Supreme Court- Mandates Sanction to Prosecute Officers under SC/ST Act

In a critical judgment, the Supreme Court has acquainted protections with forestall abuse of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 against officers who manage the protestations under the Act in their official limit. It has held that earlier endorse of designating expert is required for indicting officers for acts done by them as for […]

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Supreme Court- Treat Labour In Construction As Formal Sector Worker

On Monday, March 19, the Supreme Court requested that the Central Government regard development Labour as formal area workers. To give some alleviation to the situation of around 4 crore development labourers in India, the zenith court requesting that they are brought inside the ambit of social welfare laws that incorporate paid maternity advantage, provident […]

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Rohingya Muslim refugees

Supreme Court- SC seeks comprehensive status report on the conditions of Rohingya Muslim refugees in India

The Supreme Court on Monday (March 19) looked for a far-reaching status report from the Center on the states of Rohingya Muslim refugees displaced people in India. The Center was requested to present the thorough status report inside two weeks. Amid the present hearing, candidate educated the seat involving Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices […]

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