"Restaurants Cannot Forcibly Impose Service Charge On Customers": Kolkata Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission

“Restaurants Cannot Forcibly Impose Service Charge On Customers”: Kolkata Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission

In a significant order, the Kolkata Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission held that restaurants cannot forcibly impose service charge on a customer. The Commission has directed the restaurant to pay back the service charge amount that it collected with a compensation amount. The bench of President Swapan Kumar Mahanty and member Ashok Kumar Ganguly referred to […]

Would Not Allow Justice Indu Malhotra To Investigate PM Security Breach: Supreme Court Lawyers Allegedly Receives 5th Threat Call From SFJ

Would Not Allow Justice Indu Malhotra To Investigate PM Security Breach: Supreme Court Lawyers Allegedly Receives 5th Threat Call From SFJ

Several Supreme Court lawyers on Monday alleged that they have received threatening phone calls from the pro-Khalistani group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) in connection to the PM security lapse matter. They allegedly have received the 5th call within a week. Maharashtra’s former Chief Standing Counsel Nishant Katneshwarkar and lawyer Apoorv Shukla alleged that they received […]

Covid-19 Vaccination Not Mandatory, Govt Doesn't Envisage Forcible Vaccination Against Person's Consent: Centre Tells Supreme Court

Covid-19 Vaccination Not Mandatory, Govt Doesn’t Envisage Forcible Vaccination Against Person’s Consent: Centre Tells Supreme Court

In a reply filed by the Centre government, it apprised the Supreme Court that it has not issued any Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) which makes it mandatory to get the Covid-19 vaccination. It was informed that the guidelines issued by the Union health ministry do not envisage forcible vaccination without obtaining the consent of an […]

No Part of Police Stations Would Be Left Uncovered by CCTV Surveillance Including Interrogation Rooms: Punjab and Haryana High Court

No Part of Police Stations Would Be Left Uncovered by CCTV Surveillance Including Interrogation Rooms: Punjab and Haryana High Court

Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued directions that CCTV cameras should be installed in every portion of the police stations including interrogation rooms as per the mandate under Supreme Court judgment in Paramvir Singh Saini v. Baljit Singh and others. Justice Amol Singh stated that the directives issued by Supreme Court are clear in […]

Malls Don't Have Right To Collect Parking Fees: Kerala High Court

Prima Facie, Malls Don’t Have A Right To Collect Parking Fees: Kerala High Court

Kerala High Court on Friday opined that prima facie, the Lulu International shopping mall collecting parking fees was not appropriate. The bench has sought a reply from Kalamassery Municipality whether it had issued a license to the mall at Ernakulam for the same. Justice PV Kunhikrishnan noted that any parking fees collected henceforth by Lulu […]

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