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DELHI JUDICIARY EXAM
A petition was filed by a practicing advocate Devina Sharma seeking relaxation in the upper age limit of the Delhi Judicial Services Exam. The petitioner was born in April 1989 and was not eligible to apply for the DJS examination as she was beyond the age limit of 32 years as of 1st January 2022. The petitioner said that ‘The...
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INJURIA SINE DAMNO AND DAMNUM SINE INJURIA
INTRODUCTION The term ‘Tort’ is derived from a Medieval Latin word ‘Tortum’ which means twisted or crooked and implies conduct that is twisted or tortious. Legally a Tort is a wrong, independent of a contract which gives rise to a civil remedy for which compensation is recoverable. In general terms, it is expected that out of everyone to behave in...
DELHI JUDICIARY EXAM
CHANGE IN DJS PATTERN New Delhi Judicial Service (Amendment) Rules 2022 Legal News by Harsh Garg (Indian Law Info.) For purposes of recruitment to the service, there shall be a Selection Committee consisting of the following: - (1) Chief Justice or a...
Madras High Court Mobile
The Madras High Court on Friday directed the Tamil Nadu government to prohibit the use of mobile phones and cameras in temples across the State to maintain the "purity and sanctity" of temples. A bench of Justices R Mahadevan and J Sathya Narayana of the Madurai bench also directed the State to ensure that devotees and visitors to temples, adhere to a decent dress code. The bench...
CCTV in Delhi School
NEW DELHI: Recreantly, the AAP Government told Delhi High Court that installation of the CCTV cameras in all the government schools of the State is a considered decision. The Government has also filed an affidavit before Delhi High Court which states that the validity of the decision has to be considered keeping in mind the background in which the decision...
Delhi MCD Election
NEW DELHI: Today, the Supreme Court of India rejected a plea of Delhi High Court challenging to stay MCD Elections which will be held on December 4, Sunday. The bench held by Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and A.S. Oka. Justice Kaul noted, "The elections are on Sunday" and the Bench passed the order dismissing the plea. Passage of time has made the petition infructuous...
Bilkis Bano
"I will stand and fight again, against what is wrong and for what is right," said Bilkis Bano, who has moved the Supreme Court challenging the remission and release of 11 convicts in the 2002 case related to her gangrape and murder of seven members of her family. Ms. Bano was 21 years old and five-month pregnant when she was...
Chinmayanand
A special MP-MLA court here directed police to arrest former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand Saraswati and produce him before it on December 9 after he did not appear despite a Supreme Court order.  The court issued an arrest warrant against Mr. Chinmayanand in a case of sexual exploitation lodged against him by his disciple at a police station here,...
history of north east india
Today, the Supreme Court refused to entertain a PIL petition seeking changes to school curriculum by including chapters on geography and history of north-east India. The plea filed by Jyoti Zongluju also sought changes to law to curb racial discrimination. A bench of Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha, however, said that these are matters falling within the domain...
Vizhinjam Protests
KERALA: Today, Kerala High Court seeks the response of the Central government about deploying Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at the Adani Vizhinjam Ports construction site while the State Police continues to maintain law and order outside the site where protests are ongoing. Single-judge Justice Anu Sivaraman ordered the State government and Central Government to have a discussion on the possibility of the...
Pragya Thakur
BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur and Sameer Kulkarni, accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, withdrew their discharge applications pending before the Bombay High Court on Thursday. Lt. Col. Prasad Purohit, another accused, withdrew his petition that alleged that the sanction to prosecute him obtained under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act was defective. The accused withdrew their applications after the court...
Telangana High Court
TELANGANA:  The Telangana High Court Thursday granted bail to three accused in the ongoing Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MLAs poaching case. Justice Chillakur Sumalatha granted conditional bail to three accused subject to furnishing bail bonds of ₹ 3 lakh each along with two sureties of the same amount. They also have to appear before Investigating Officer of Special Investigation Team (SIT), every Monday between...
Mumbai Locals
MUMBAI: A PIL has been filed in the Bombay High Court seeking a separate compartment with separate entrance for senior citizens in local trains similar to the one provided exclusively for cancer patients and persons with disability. The PIL was filed by K. P. Purushothamam Nair, is a senior citizen who travels regularly between Bandra and Churchgate. On January 2,...
South Korean Youtuber
MUMBAI: A day after a purported video showing two men allegedly sexually harassing a South Korean Youtuber in Mumbai surfaced online, the woman said the police took swift action. “In India, action being taken very quickly,” she said. The South Korean national, who had been in Mumbai over the last three weeks, said she was planning to stay in the city for longer. She further...
FM Songs
Central Government cautioned FM radio channels against playing songs glorifying alcohol, drugs, weaponry, gangster/gun culture. In an advisory to FM radio channels, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has asked them to strictly adhere to the terms and conditions prescribed in grant of permission agreement (GOPA) and migration grant of permission agreement (MGOPA) and not air any content in violation...
CBIC
The CBIC has issued guidelines regarding the manner of processing and sanctioning IGST refunds withheld in terms of Rule 96(4)(c), which were transmitted to the jurisdictional GST authorities under Rule 96(5) of the CGST Rules. The SOPs for verification of risky exporters and their suppliers, dated January 23, 2020, were issued to CGST and Customs formations, as well as the...
Shashi Tharoor
NEW DELHI: Today, Delhi High Court heard the plea of Delhi Police against the discharge of Shashi Tharoor. The bench headed by single-judge Justice Dinesh Kumar Sharma who issued notice to Tharoor on the Delhi Police's application seeking condonation of delay in filing the revision petition. The matter will be heard next on February 7, 2023. He was accused of abetting the death...
Minor Live-In Couple
PUNJAB: The Punjab and Haryana High Court has directed the police officer to ensure safety of a 22-year-old man and a 17-year-old girl, who are in a live-in relationship. The couple moved to the High Court seeking protection in view of threats received from the private respondents. The Court headed by Justice Gurvinder Singh Gill directed the Senior Superintendent of...

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