Supreme Court of India

Krishnamoorthy v. Sivakumar – Emphasis on informed citizenry

Prachi Kumari The Supreme Court in the case of Krishnamoorthy V. Sivakumar & Ors1. held that non-disclosure of criminal antecedent by a candidate will make his election null and ... Continue Reading →
Supreme Court of India

Classification of employees on the basis of date of retirement

Prachi Kumari The Supreme Court in the case of Manojbhai N. Shah & Ors. Vs UOI & Ors1. made a classification of employees retiring in normal course and employees taking VRS ... Continue Reading →

Suicide: Durkheim’s theory and the debate

On decriminalization of Section 309, IPC Tweisha Mishra, Student of Law, National Law Institute University, Bhopal Abstract Suicide as a phenomenon, in the present article, is focused ... Continue Reading →
Supreme Court of India

Ashoka Kumar Thakur v. Union of India

A curious case of judicial indiscipline Gautam Mohanty, Student of Law, National Law University, Odissa The vicissitudes of the law of reservation were duly set about and demarcated ... Continue Reading →
Law

National Seminar on Migration and Regional Development in India

The Nagaland University in association with Indian Council of Social Science Research is organizing a National Multi-Disciplinary Seminar on “Migration and Regional Development in ... Continue Reading →
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Call for Papers: Indian Journal of Air and Space Law IJASL

Indian Journal of Air and Space Law (IJASL) ISSN no. 2394-6091 is a bi-annual journal published by the Centre for Air and Space Law (CASL), NALSAR University of Law. Guidelines for ... Continue Reading →

Gunmala Sales Ltd v. Navkar Infra Projects Ltd

In Gunmala Sales Ltd v. Navkar Infra Projects Ltd, the court dealt with the liability of directors of a company which issues cheques which are dishonoured by banks and laid down principles ... Continue Reading →

Madras Bar Association v. Union of India

The recent trend of setting up tribunals in various sectors to lighten High Courts’ burden and speed up decisions suffered a setback again when the Supreme Court struck down the ... Continue Reading →

Association of Unified Tele Services Providers v. Union of India

Related to the corruption issue where, the Apex court ruled that, those Private companies that share revenue from natural resources like spectrum with the government would be subjected ... Continue Reading →

Subramanian Swamy v. Director, Central Bureau of Investigation & Anr

Related to the corruption issue where, the Supreme Court held that the Central Bureau of Investigation did not need sanction from higher authorities to investigate top bureaucrats. Subramanian ... Continue Reading →

Common Cause v. Union of India

The most resonant judgment which the Apex Courtdelivered in the year 2014 was the one which cancelled around 200 coal mining licences, in Common Cause v. Union of India. It is the ... Continue Reading →
Chennai HC

Madras HC enhances compensation awarded in motor accident case

Justice S. Vimala of Madras HC while slamming a motor accident claims tribunal in the state which considered Rs 15,000 as ‘notional income’ of a house wife, awarded Rs 1.62 ... Continue Reading →
Makemytrip

Breaking: Interim relief to Makemytrip.com

Justice Manmohan Singh of Delhi High Court while granting an interim relief to Makemytrip.com, restrained Make My Tours Pvt Ltd and others from using “deceptively similar” ... Continue Reading →
Chennai HC

Madras HC directs Health Department to pay Family Pension

Justice D Hariparanthaman of Madras High Court has directed the Health Department authorities to pay the sum of family pension with 10% interest to a widow and said that she was eligible ... Continue Reading →
Neeti Ayog

Planning Commission to be called Neeti Ayog

Planning Commission, which was established in 1950, has been renamed Neeti Ayog. The decision comes nearly three weeks after Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi held consultations with ... Continue Reading →