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Legal News Shots- Top Quick Shots Of The Day From All Over The World

Legal News Shots- Top Quick Shots Of The Day From All Over The World

  PM Modi Independence Day Speech-Indians to go to space by 2022, Assured the PM- Main Highlights: On the occasion of Indian’s Independence Day celebration, the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has assured Indians that a...
Legal News Shots- Top 13 Shots For The Day From All Over The World

Legal News Shots- Top 13 Shots For The Day From All Over The World

High Court of Uttarakhand appoints self as cow custodian in the State. A high court sitting in Uttarakhand on Monday appointed self as the custodian of stray cows in the State. An official of the...
The Supreme Court on Monday sought the response of the Bar Council of India (BCI) on a plea seeking a ban on lawmakers from practising as advocates. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud issued notice to the BCI on the plea which alleged that parliamentarians and legislators, practising as lawyers, posed a "conflict of interest" and violated the provisions of the Advocates Act and the Bar Council of India Rules. Attorney General K K Venugopal, whose assistance was sought by the apex court on February 17, referred to an earlier judgement in a similar case and sought dismissal of the PIL. The top court, however, did not agree with the contention of Venugopal saying "this is sightly different" and asked the counsel for the petitioner which rules have been violated.

No Space For Ethical Hackers In India, Cases of BSNL Ans ISRO Stand As...

Indian ethical hackers are reaching out to introduce Robert, a French cyber researcher, in order to alert firms of flaws in their online assets as they fear the country's local laws does not provide...
Family Of Deceased Manual Scavengers To Be Given 10L Compensation, Directed Delhi High Court To DSIIDC

Family Of Deceased Manual Scavengers To Be Given 10L Compensation, Directed Delhi High Court...

The Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (DSIIDC), a government company responsible for developing and providing infrastructure facilities to the entreprenuers in Delhi, are directed by the Delhi High Court to pay...
Inauguration Of New Law School Building At KSLU

Inauguration Of New Law School Building At KSLU

Karnataka State Law University ( KSLU) inaugurates a new law school building. Law Minister T B Jayachandra and Opposition leader in the Assembly, Jagadish Shettar were invited as guest for the inauguration.    Upcoming law students...
PIL Filed In Madras High Court To Grant Community Certificate To Brahmins, Notice Sent To The State By The Court

PIL Filed In Madras High Court To Grant Community Certificate To Brahmins, Notice Sent...

The Madras high court has ordered notice to the state government on a public interest litigation, which sought a direction to the state government to include Brahmins as a community on the list of...
Nithyananda Will Not Be Allowed To Enter Madhurai Mutt, Madras High Court Passes Restrain Order

Nithyananda Will Not Be Allowed To Enter Madhurai Mutt, Madras High Court Passes Restrain...

The Madras High Court on Monday restrained self-styled godman Nithyananda from entering Madurai Aadheenam until the disposal of civil cases pending before lower courts relating to the validity of his reported appointment as junior...
No More 'Tareek Pe Tareek', Bombay High Court directs Charitable Trust To Pay Rs. 4.5L For Delays

No More ‘Tareek Pe Tareek’, Bombay High Court directs Charitable Trust To Pay Rs....

Refusing to grant further adjournments in a case, the Bombay High Court on Monday said there would be no more ‘tareekh pe tareekh’, while imposing a cost of Rs 4.5 lakh on a public...
Erecting Hoardings Not A Fundamental Right, Says Bombay High Court

Erecting Hoardings Not A Fundamental Right, Says Bombay High Court

 The Bombay HC on Monday held that it wasn’t a fundamental right of any individual or authority to erect a hoarding anywhere and instead local civic bodies can impose reasonable restrictions. The HC has...
Bombay High Court: Woman In Custody Case Terrified By Family Court Judge

Bombay High Court: Woman In Custody Case Terrified By Family Court Judge

The Bombay High Court has directed family court judges to adopt a more sensitive and humane approach when dealing with issues of counselling for children of warring parents. The court slammed one family court judge...
Woman Approaches Bombay Hight Court Against Arrest After Sun Set In PNB Fraud Case

Woman Approaches Bombay High Court Against Arrest After Sun Set In PNB Fraud Case

An employee of diamond merchant Nirav Modi's firm on Monday moved the Bombay High Court contending that the CBI arrested her in the multi-crore Punjab National Bank scam in violation of law. Kavita Mankikar,...
Supreme Court Of India Seeks Centre's Response On PIL To Bar Himanta Biswa Sarma As BAI Chief

Supreme Court Of India Seeks Centre’s Response On PIL To Bar Himanta Biswa Sarma...

The Supreme Court Monday sought the Centre’s response on a PIL seeking the removal of Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma as president of the Badminton Association of India (BAI). Issuing notice to the Centre, a...
First Indian Woman Wrestler, Navjot: People Reacted As If I Was Breaking Law By Practising Wrestling

First Indian Woman Wrestler, Navjot: People Reacted As If I Was Breaking Law By...

Navjot Kaur, who became the first Indian woman wrestler to win an Asian Championship gold medal, came home to a tumultuous welcome today. Talking with The Tribune about her historic gold, and her career...
Law Students Agitation Against Shifting Of College Remains Constant

Law Students Agitation Against Shifting Of College Remains Constant

Students of the Dr. Ambedkar Govermment Law College, Chennai, continued their agitation for the eighth day opposing the government move to shift their college to two campuses outside city limits. Madras Law College, one of...
Supreme Court Receives A Plea Seeking Ban On 'Unconstitutional' Nikah Halala And Polygamy

Supreme Court Receives A Plea Seeking Ban On ‘Unconstitutional’ Nikah Halala And Polygamy

After the Supreme Court struck down instant triple talaq, a plea in the court now seeks ban on nikah halala and polygamy as violative of Constitution and claims they “are not a part of...
A Major Decline Of 50% In Child Marriages In India

A Major Decline Of 50% In Child Marriages In India

The proportion of girls getting married in India has nearly halved in a decade, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday, which has contributed significantly to a global decline in child marriage. UNICEF...
Convict In Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case Granted Two Weeks Parole By Madras High Court

Convict In Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case Granted Two Weeks Parole By Madras High Court

Ravichandran had asked to be released for a month to help his mother resolve property disputes in Tamil Nadu. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court on Thursday granted two weeks’ parole to Ravichandran,...
Transgenders Seeking Government Jobs Cab Be Entitled To Relaxation In Age Limit, Says Madras High Court

Transgenders Seeking Government Jobs Cab Be Entitled To Relaxation In Age Limit, Says Madras...

The court was hearing a plea against a judgement ordering the recruitment board to reserve a post for a transgender candidate. The Madras High Court on Thursday recommended that Tamil Nadu offer transgender candidates the...
Healthcare Policies Can No More Exclude Genetic Disorders, A Landmark Ruling Of The Delhi High Court In The Healthcare Industry

Healthcare Policies Can No More Exclude Genetic Disorders, A Landmark Ruling Of The Delhi...

Many healthcare policies are structured in a way that excludes genetic disorders from the benefits of the health system. This is unfair and violates the Indian Constitution. In a landmark ruling, Justice Pratibha M Singh...
Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill Approved By The Cabinet

Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill Approved By The Cabinet

India’s cabinet has given its nod to a draft law that allows the government to take over all assets of loan defaulters and financial offenders who flee the country to evade criminal prosecution in...