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Home Buyers are Financial Creditors

Nov 22, 2020

The Supreme Court has held the IBC as a beneficial legislation that can be invoked by unsecure financial creditors. For the expeditors disposal of the cases the court also directed the government to provide adequate and required infrastructure to be established and appoint Adjudicatory officers and request authority in order to deal with the suits and appeal thereof.

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Kunal Kamra & Contempt of Court

5th Dec 2020

Kamra posted the tweets, the day an excursion seat of the Supreme Court allowed between time bail to Republic TV editorial manager in-boss Arnab Goswami in a supposed abetment to self destruction case.
In their appeal against Kamra, the law understudies and backers stated: "The claimed contemnor has the accompanying of 1.7 million individuals.

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NGT ban on fire crackers and its effect on covid.

30th Nov 2020

These festivities are the mainstay of India’s Rs 5,000-crore fireworks industry. This has meant that the ban on firecrackers has been dominated by both religious and political undertones. Hindu groups have questioned the ban on firecrackers during important ‘Hindu festivities’.But there are economic and health considerations, indicating that policy makers are grappling with difficult choices.

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Supreme Court and Personal Liberty- A Saga which continues.

27 Nov 2020

The capture of the garrulous supporter of the decision party at the Center by a system in Maharashtra restricted to it appeared to be an undesirable exercise in law.

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‘Think Later’ about Live- Streaming Proceedings: Supreme Court

24 Nov 2020

As due to the ongoing pandemic that is being suffered by the whole world Live- Streaming is the only possible solutions that is going great and also very successful.

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RIGHT TO TRAVEL ABROAD IS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT: SC

2nd Nov, 2020

The right to travel abroad is an important basic human right for it nourishes independent and self-determining creative character of the individual, not only by extending his freedoms of action but also by extending the scope of his experience.

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Delhi Riot Case: Activist Umar Khalid under Police Custody

Sep 22, 2020

An alumnus of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Umar Khalid was arrested by the Delhi Police last week;

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Sudershan TV UPSC Jihad and Media Law

7 Sep, 2020

The Supreme Court has controlled Sudarshan News from further broadcasting the remainder of the scenes in its "UPSC Jihad" arrangement while seeing that the program was "guileful".

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'Our Culture & Law Do Not Recognize the Concept of Same-Sex Marriages'

17 Sep, 2020

The Solicitor General answered to that expression the 2018 Supreme Court judgment just decriminalized consensual gay sex and that is it. The court at that point recommended the candidates - activists and individuals from the LGBTQIA+ people group – to endeavour getting their marriage enrolled and approach the court again on the off chance that they are denied the right.

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Madras HC seeks contempt action against Tamil Actor

17 Sep, 2020

As remarkably quoted by Lord Atkin, “Justice is not a cloistered virtue”, Independence of Judiciary is ensured through criticism of the people.

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BMC's demolition work : The legal aspects

17 Sep, 2020

Lately, the properties of actress Kangana Ranaut and fashioner Manish Malhotra have gone under the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) scanner for supposed unlawful changes.

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Wife is the best Guardian : Bombay High Court

10 Sep, 2020

Alluding to Hindu Vedic way of thinking, the seat saw that "marriage is a sanskar or a holy observance. What is basically mulled over is an association of two spirits. The endless being is made out of two parts i.e., the man and the lady.

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Supreme Court Fines Prashant Bhushan Re 1 in Contempt of Court Case

10 Sep, 2020

The right to discourse and articulation is a principal right ensured by the constitution itself. There must be a harmony between the privilege to discourse and the court's capacity to rebuff its analysis. In a free commercial center each wing of the State must be available to open analysis.

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Plea in SC to delete certain provision of Special Marriage Act

10 Sep, 2020

Marriage is a private affair, no persona law requires any such provision to publish their private information in public, and in the lights of such circumstance these section throw a shadow on the right to privacy at the part of the parties wishing to marry under Special Marriage act

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Neet-Jee Exams: SC dismisses review petition for deferment by cabinet

10 Sep, 2020

In the midst of a few calls for deferment of JEE, NEET 2020 examination in the wake of novel Covid pandemic, the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' said that with the quantity of admit cards being downloaded in the previous barely any days, understudies need tests to be held at any expense.

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Disqualification of Directors of the Company & Scheme of Companies Fresh Start provided by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

10, Sep, 2020

The advocate representing the petitioner was Advocate Nikhil Verma & Advocate Gigi C. George argued for the Centre. The order was passed by Justice Parthiba M. Singh of the Delhi High Court. W.P.(C) 5490/2020 & CM APPLs. 19779-80/2020

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Inclusion of Mediation and Conciliation for pursuing Law: An overviewni

04, Sep, 2020

"The practice by which the services of a neutral third party are used in a dispute as a means of helping the disputing parties to reduce the extent of their difference and to arrive at an amicable settlement or agreed solution. It is a process of orderly or rational discussion under the guidance of the conciliator"

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Google Pay-A separate or RBI authorised operator

4, Sep, 2020

Google India Digital Services Private Limited has informed Delhi High court that it simply works as a Third-Party Application Provider (TPAP) to associate banks. Google India Digital Services Private Limited has informed Delhi High courtroom that it merely works as a Third-Party Application Provider (TPAP) to accomplice banks to allow for payments thru the UPI infrastructure as furnished with the aid of NPCI.

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Policy for Education in India

31, Aug, 2020

The policy for Education 2019 has made that elementary education will part of school education with a formula of 5+3+3+4 which was 10+2 in the past covering the ages from 3 to 18 years. The aim of the committee is overall learning, development, and well-being with a strong base of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE).

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CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY OF 103RD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

31, Aug, 2020

103rd Constitutional Amendment Act saves 10 percent of employments and spots in instructive organizations for residents who fall into the 'general' classification — those not explicitly remembered for different classifications, for example, SC, ST or OBC.

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UGC and Latest Development in examination for law colleges

Aug, 10, 2020

But what brings us to this discussion is the petition filed by a final year law student of Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Yash Dubey against the guidelines of UGC to wrap up examination of final year students across the nation. The arbitrary date set by UGS for conducting examination of final year students restricts the right to equality and right to life enshrined under Article 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India respectively.

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MENTAL HEALTH ILLNESS: A NECESSARY INCLUSION IN HEALTH INSURANCE

Aug, 10, 2020

It is difficult in the region of India to make one understand about the ailment with which they are suffering with as only people knowing the mental ailment or lineage of mental health seek to makes themselves cover under insurance. The Municipal Cooperation needs to be involved to make someone aware of the mental health illness as power is necessary to be distributed in a balanced manner rather than the melancholy way which will make the whole process choked.

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Media as the influencing agent of Public Opinion

Aug, 10, 2020

The media is an amazing asset for social designing. It draws its capacity from Article 19(1)a of the Constitution which ensures the right to speak freely of discourse and articulation. As a mainstay of majority rule government it has the obligation to utilize this privilege sensibly. The weight becomes heavier in light of the fact that it has the ability to form popular assessments and change the manner in which individuals see the equity framework.

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A crisis in pause: Rajasthan Congress rebellion

Aug, 10, 2020

The brewing insubordination in the Rajasthan Congress lost its fizz halfway but the contention between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his agent Sachin Pilot will keep on frequenting the gathering's legislature in the State. Mr. Pilot seems to have exaggerated his hand, in the process presenting himself to possible reprisal by the veteran who is referred to be as savage to adversaries as he is faithful to supporters.

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INDO-NEPAL BORDER DISPUTE

Aug, 07, 2020

Since India attained its Independence in 1950, India and Nepal have been sharing a friendly relationship. After independence a treaty was signed in the name of‘the Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship’ between both the countries during the same year while keeping in mind the best interest for both the nations.

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Right to privacy v. Aarogya Setu

Aug, 07, 2020

Amidst Covid’19, a disease that has kept entire country on its toes, there are concerns about the use and efficiency of the contact tracing app called 'Aarogya Setu,' an app designed to track the Covid-19 spread. The major issue which this app brought with it is about the right to privacy.

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JEYARAJ- FENIX CUSTODIAL DEATHS: ERODE CONFIDENCE IN RULE OF LAW

Aug, 07, 2020

The most shocking case of this year after the death penalty of culprits of Nirbhaya case is the death of two people in Tamilnadu, Jeyaraj and Fenix. They are said to be arrested for keeping the shops open after the permitted hours. The shops in the country have been allowed to remain open for a certain time period due to outbreak of Coronavirus.

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Conduct CLAT in local language: Delhi HC directs BCI to consider a petition as representative"

Aug, 07, 2020

On June 20 2020, a petition was filed in the High Court of Delhi by the petitioners who are two students namely Pratham Kaushik and Nita Raai. They along with some unregistered forum of parents filed the writ petition stating about the conduction of CLAT in local language. The main argument is about conducting CLAT in local languages and not only English.

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Decriminalisation of Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act,1881
Encouraging businesses during Covid-19

Aug, 07, 2020

Where any cheque drawn by a person on an account maintained by him with a banker for payment of any amount of money to another person from out of that account for the discharge, in whole or in part, of any debt or other liability, is returned by the bank unpaid, either because of the amount of money standing to the credit of that account is insufficient to honour the cheque ....

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Recession and Unemployment during Covid-19Pandemic

Aug, 07, 2020

The International Labour Organization (ILO) in its report titled 'ILO Monitor 2nd edition: COVID-19 and the world of work, describes coronavirus pandemic as "the worst global crisis since World War II.Since the first ILO Monitor, the COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated in terms of intensity and expanded its global reach. Full or partial lockdown measures are now affecting almost 2.7 billion workers, representing around 81 per cent of the world’s workforce.

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