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Calcutta HC takes suo motu cognizance of unnatural wildlife deaths in N Bengal

New Delhi: The Calcutta High Court has took suo motu cognizance of the unnatural deaths of elephants, bisons and other wild animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians etc. in the north Bengal region.

Contempt Of Most Powerful Court In The Democratic World @ Re.1

It is well settled that a citizen while exercising right under Article 19(1) is entitled to make a fair criticism of a judge, judiciary and its functioning. However, the right under Article 19(1) is subject to restriction under clause (2) of Article 19.

BCI directs BCD to study SC judgment in Bhushan contempt case in light of powers under Advocates Act

New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) today directed the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) through a press release to thoroughly examine the judgment of the Supreme Court in Prashant Bhushan’s suo moto contempt petition holding him guilty of criminal contempt of court.

Protect the House

The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha and Speaker of the Lok Sabha has stressed the need for confidentiality over committee proceedings as these are privileged and should not be revealed to the media.

Workmen Dues vis-à-vis Insolvency Bankruptcy Code – Sunk Rights under Sinking Enterprises?

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy regime of India has evolved steadily since its beginning in 2016, benefitting from the jurisprudential osmosis. This article attempts to study the providence of the workmen of an insolvent employer within the scheme of Code.

SC stays Bombay HC’s bail order for DHFL promoters

The Supreme Court has stayed a Bombay High Court order granting bail to former Dewan Housing Finance Limited (DHFL) promoters Kapil Wadhawan and Dheeraj Wadhawan in the Enforcement Directorate’s Yes Bank scam case.

Allahabad HC appeals to public to wear masks

The Allahabad High Court has appealed to the public to wear masks and follow the rules of social distancing to avoid corona infection.

NEET-JEE exams: SC dismisses review petition for deferment by cabinet ministers of 6 states

The Supreme Court today dismissed the review petition filed by cabinet ministers of six opposition-ruled states challenging its decision to dismiss pleas seeking the postponement of NEET-JEE exams in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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