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Gujarat High Court Allowed Wife To Store Dying Husband’s Sperm

Gujarat High Court Allowed Wife To Store Dying Husband’s Sperm

In a significant ruling, Gujarat High Court allowed a woman’s plea to store the sperm of her husband who is in critical condition due to Covid-19. The hospital has informed the family of the pat

Article 21 Encompasses Right To Access Live Court Proceedings: SC Released Live-Streaming Rules for Court Proceedings

Article 21 Encompasses Right To Access Live Court Proceedings: SC Released Live-Streaming Rules for Court Proceedings

Supreme Court e-Committee has released the Draft Model Rules for Live-Streaming and Recording of Court Proceedings to bring greater transparency, inclusivity, and access to Justice. The rules will be

Bombay Court Dismisses Kangana Ranaut’s Plea Over Javed Akhtar’s Defamation Suit

Bombay Court Dismisses Kangana Ranaut’s Plea Over Javed Akhtar’s Defamation Suit

A Mumbai sessions court has dismissed Kangana Ranaut’s revision plea in Javed Akhtar defamation case, wherein she sought to ‘suspend’ the proceedings against her. Additional Sessions Judge S

Delhi HC Refuses to Stay Summons Issued to Mehbooba Mufti by ED in PMLA Case

Delhi HC Refuses to Stay Summons Issued to Mehbooba Mufti by ED in PMLA Case

The Delhi High Court has today refused to grant a stay on the summons issued to the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti by the Enforcement Directorate, in a case registered agai

Kangana Ranaut Challenges Bailable Warrant Issued In Case Filed By Javed Akhtar

Kangana Ranaut Challenges Bailable Warrant Issued In Case Filed By Javed Akhtar

Actor Kangana Ranaut has approached the Dindoshi sessions court in Mumbai, seeking quashing of a bailable warrant against her by the Andheri Metropolitan Magistrate court. As per reports, lyricist Jav

“Don’t Dispose of Cases in Hurry and Scurry Manner”: Telangana HC to State Govt

“Don’t Dispose of Cases in Hurry and Scurry Manner”: Telangana HC to State Govt

Telangana High Court has issued directions to the state government to ensure that the principles of natural justice are followed properly in the disposal of pending cases by Special Revenue Tribunals.

No Extra Chance to the UPSC Candidates Who Already Exhausted October 2020 Attempt: SC

No Extra Chance to the UPSC Candidates Who Already Exhausted October 2020 Attempt: SC

Supreme Court has given its final verdict in connection to the appeal for granting a second attempt to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Prelims examination 2021. The court stated that no ext

Parties Who Settle Disputes Without Court Intervention Under Section 89 CPC Also Entitled To Refund Of Court Fees – SC

Parties Who Settle Disputes Without Court Intervention Under Section 89 CPC Also Entitled To Refund Of Court Fees – SC

Recently, the top court has held that the parties who agree privately to settle their dispute outside the modes contemplated under Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure are also entitled to a refu

“Mere Recovery of Tainted Money Not Enough for Illegal Gratification Conviction”: Bombay HC Quashed Peon Conviction in Rs 300 Bribery Case

“Mere Recovery of Tainted Money Not Enough for Illegal Gratification Conviction”: Bombay HC Quashed Peon Conviction in Rs 300 Bribery Case

Bombay High Court quashed the conviction of a peon by Thane Court in a Rs 300 bribery case. The court observed that mere recovery of tainted money is not sufficient for graft conviction. Single judge

Supreme Court Grants Bail to Bengali Film Producer Srikant Mohta Accused in Rose Valley Default Case

Supreme Court Grants Bail to Bengali Film Producer Srikant Mohta Accused in Rose Valley Default Case

On Monday, the Supreme Court has granted bail to the Bengali film producer Srikant Mohta, who was arrested by the CBI in January 2019, in connection with a Rose Valley default case. The bench headed b

BMC Lodges FIR against Sonu Sood for Allegedly Converting 6-Storey Building into a Hotel

BMC Lodges FIR against Sonu Sood for Allegedly Converting 6-Storey Building into a Hotel

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has filed a police complaint against the actor Sonu Sood allegedly over converting a six-storey residential building in Juhu into a hotel without the requi

Delhi High Court Stays Centre’s Eviction Notice to Padma Vibhushan Awardee Birju Maharaj

Delhi High Court Stays Centre’s Eviction Notice to Padma Vibhushan Awardee Birju Maharaj

Delhi High Court on Thursday stayed the notice issued by the Centre government directing eminent Kathak artist Pandit Birju Maharaj to vacate the government allotted accommodation in the National Capi

Fired Employee Won Lawsuit against Jaguar Land Rover over Wrongful Termination for Seeking 808 Sick Leaves

Fired Employee Won Lawsuit against Jaguar Land Rover over Wrongful Termination for Seeking 808 Sick Leaves

A veteran employee who was working with Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover for more than two decades won a lawsuit against the company over his unfair termination from the organization for being absent for

“Unfortunate that People Claiming to be Advocates Act Like Paid Hooligans to Grab Land Properties”: Madras High Court

“Unfortunate that People Claiming to be Advocates Act Like Paid Hooligans to Grab Land Properties”: Madras High Court

Taking a serious view of increasing land grabbing cases in the state, Madurai bench of Madras High Court expressed its anguish over the people claiming to be advocates, acting like paid hooligans to g

SC Asks Airtel And Vodafone Idea To Share TRAI Details Of Segmented Offers

SC Asks Airtel And Vodafone Idea To Share TRAI Details Of Segmented Offers

On Friday, the Supreme Court has directed Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea to disclose information/details sought by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) regarding segmented offers. The ben

Bombay HC Imposed 25,000 Penalty on I&B Ministry for Making RTI Applicant’s Details Public on Website

Bombay HC Imposed 25,000 Penalty on I&B Ministry for Making RTI Applicant’s Details Public on Website

Bombay High Court has imposed an exemplary cost worth Rs 25,000 on the Information and Broadcasting Ministry for making personal details of an RTI applicant public on the website. The court has also d

Kerala High Court stays CBI probe into irregularities of Life Mission project

Kerala High Court stays CBI probe into irregularities of Life Mission project

On Tuesday, the Kerala High Court has stayed the CBI probe for two months, into the alleged irregularities in the ‘Life Mission’, a state housing project envisaging total housing for the h

HC seeks govt’s response in a PIL against 30-day notice period under Special Marriage Act

HC seeks govt’s response in a PIL against 30-day notice period under Special Marriage Act

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Centre and the AAP government seeking their response in a petition challenging the 30-day public notice period to invite objections to the solemn

“Public spaces cannot be occupied indefinitely” – SC on Shaheen Bagh protests

“Public spaces cannot be occupied indefinitely” – SC on Shaheen Bagh protests

“The right to protest in public places is not absolute and public places cannot be occupied indefinitely for such protests,” the Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday in a case highlighting the

SC reserves order on quashing of FIR in Sedition case against journalist Vinod Dua

SC reserves order on quashing of FIR in Sedition case against journalist Vinod Dua

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court reserved its verdict on a plea filed by senior journalist Vinod Dua who sought quashing of a sedition case registered against him in Shimla, at the instance of a local BJ

Goa’s ‘Disenchanted’ Lokayukta Leaves Office; Says Institution Should Be Abolished

Goa’s ‘Disenchanted’ Lokayukta Leaves Office; Says Institution Should Be Abolished

Completely “disenchanted” with the state government that has not acted on even one of the 21 reports submitted to it against the public functionaries during four-and-a-half years as Lokayukta, Jus

Bombay HC defers hearing of Rs 1.1 crores defamation suit filed by actress Richa Chadha against Payal Ghosh

Bombay HC defers hearing of Rs 1.1 crores defamation suit filed by actress Richa Chadha against Payal Ghosh

On Monday, the Bombay High Court has deferred the hearing of a defamation suit filed by Bollywood actress Richa Chaddha against two persons including fellow actress Payal Ghosh, internet sensation Kam

Delhi High Court Declines Mehul Chokshi’s Plea Seeking Pre-Release Screening of Upcoming Netflix Series ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’

Delhi High Court Declines Mehul Chokshi’s Plea Seeking Pre-Release Screening of Upcoming Netflix Series ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’

Delhi High Court on Friday has rejected the petition of fugitive diamantaire Mehul Chokshi seeking pre-release screening of the upcoming Netflix docu-series ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’. He is t

Bombay High Court Appointed Senior Advocate as Legal Guardian of Incapacitated Solicitor

Bombay High Court Appointed Senior Advocate as Legal Guardian of Incapacitated Solicitor

Bombay High Court has appointed senior advocate Nitin Thakker as the lawful guardian of the 87-year-old Solicitor Kirit Damania under Section 151 of CPC. He has been appointed as the legal guardian an

$20 trillion class-action lawsuit against Chinese government alleging developing of coronavirus

$20 trillion class-action lawsuit against Chinese government alleging developing of coronavirus

According to the reports, Freedom Watch, a Washington-based advocacy organization, and Buzz Photos, a Texas firm, specialized in high school sports imagery, have initiated a class-action lawsuit again

Kunal Kamra’s plea challenging his travel ban, refused by Delhi High Court

Kunal Kamra’s plea challenging his travel ban, refused by Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court, has today refused to entertain a petition filed by the comedian Kunal Kamra, challenging his travel ban imposed on him by Indigo Airlines, Air India and Vistara. The bench headed

Nusli Wadia withdraws all the defamation cases against Tata Group

Nusli Wadia withdraws all the defamation cases against Tata Group

On 13 January, Nusli Wadia withdrew all the defamation cases that he had filed in 2016, including Rs 3,000 crore suit for damages against Tata group Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata and others. A bench he

IM Quddusi, Former Orissa HC judge appears before Delhi Court

IM Quddusi, Former Orissa HC judge appears before Delhi Court

On 9 January, the retired Orissa High Court judge, IM Qudussi along with the other co-accused, appeared before a Special CBI Court in Delhi, following the summons issued to him for allegedly trying to

Malvinder Singh, former Fortis Healthcare promoter detained in a separate case of misappropriation of funds

Malvinder Singh, former Fortis Healthcare promoter detained in a separate case of misappropriation of funds

On 24 December, the former Fortis Healthcare promoter Malvinder Singh who was already in judicial custody at the Tihar jail was detained, in a separate case of alleged misappropriation of funds at Rel

Delhi Court issued bailable warrant against BJP leader Kapil Mishra

Delhi Court issued bailable warrant against BJP leader Kapil Mishra

On 24 December, a Delhi court issued a bailable warrant against BJP leader Kapil Mishra for non-appearance in a defamation case. A criminal defamation petition was filed against BJP’s Leader of Oppo

Review Petitions Against Ayodhya Verdict Dismissed- SC

Review Petitions Against Ayodhya Verdict Dismissed- SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed all the review petitions filed against the verdict passed on 9 November in the Ayodhya case. The five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde ou

Amendment to the Negotiable Instrument Act passed

Amendment to the Negotiable Instrument Act passed

On 26th July 2018, the Parliament passed a bill to amend the ‘Negotiable Instrument Act’ which aims at allowing a court to try offences related to cheque bounce expeditiously. The Minister of



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