VIT Law School

Admissions started at VIT Law School, Chennai

VIT is one of the foremost universities in India which imparts futuristic higher education and instils higher patterns of discipline through dedicated and qualified staff, thereby setting ... Continue Reading →
Premam Movie Malar

Premam Movie: Two arrested for circulating Pirated CD

While conducting a raid in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam districts of South Indian State Kerala, the anti-piracy department of Kerala Police arrested two persons for sale and circulation ... Continue Reading →

No personal information even if she is your wife, Rules Karnataka High Court

While considering an application under the provisions of Right to Information Act, seeking certain information relating to the passport issued to his wife by the Regional Passport Officer, ... Continue Reading →
Chennai HC

Pay Compensation if police fail to crack cases

While passing interim orders, on a petition filed by the father of a 15-year-old girl, who was murdered for gain in Pudukottai district in March 2011, Justice S Nagamuthu of the Madras ... Continue Reading →
Chennai HC

Backward Class Community to remain Backward Class

Ayesha, born in a Hindu family, embraced Islam on November 28, 2005, and in August 2014 she obtained community certificate stating that she belonged to Muslim Labbai community. As per ... Continue Reading →
Salman Khan Bollywood Superstar

Salman Khan Case deferred to July 1, 2015

While hearing the criminal appeal filed by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan against his conviction in the hit-and-run case in which he has been awarded a five-year jail sentence, Bombay ... Continue Reading →

Cabinet Approves Ordinance to amend Negotiable Instruments Act

According to the Official release, “the cabinet has given its approval for the proposal to promulgate the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Ordinance, 2015″. Thereby, Cabinet ... Continue Reading →
Supreme Court of India

Judges Appointing Judges and collegium system

The five-member constitution bench headed by J S Khehar of the Honourable Supreme Court, while hearing the case which challenging the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) ... Continue Reading →

Racial discrimination in the ancient India

Sai Manoj Reddy, Student of Law, VIT Law School, Chennai History (Ancient India) The least challenged racism remains that of Indian Caste system. Indo-Aryans started the Caste system ... Continue Reading →
Legal System in India

Growth of justice, equity and good conscience

Mahima Gherani, Student of Law, VIT Law School, Chennai The origins of imports of common law into India have been seen from the early 1661 onwards. From the early charters, which established ... Continue Reading →

Influence of English law in Indian legal system

Lohitashwa Pratap Singh, Student of Law, VIT Law School, Chennai In India the concept and principles and rules of the English law initially spread over a few provinces and gradually ... Continue Reading →

10 year jail term to vegetable seller in rape case

While refusing to interfere with the trial court’s decision, Justice SP Garg of Delhi High Court said that, the convict, a vegetable seller “deserves no leniency particularly ... Continue Reading →
Cyber crime, phishing case in india, ecommerce

A critique on phishing crime in India

Yogesh Prasad Kolekar1. ABSTRACT A Phishing a crime of fraud or deception through emails. The perpetrator sends email resembling legitimate ... Continue Reading →
Love break up maintenance girlfriend

Girlfriend entitled for maintenance of Rs. 2500 per month

In an interesting case for maintenance, Nadapuram First Class Magistrate Court directed the accused to pay Rs. 2500/- per month to his girlfriend. Petitioner was a widow and was in ... Continue Reading →
Waste Management a serious social issue

A Review of Biomedical Waste (Management and Handing) Rules, 1998

Dr. Sujata Pawar,1B.Com, LL.M,NET,SET, PhD ABSTRACT The Government of India, has notified Biomedical Waste (Management and handing) Rules, 1998 under the Environment (Protection) Act, ... Continue Reading →

Growth of criminal law in India

Mahima Gherani, Student of Law, VIT Law School, Chennai The present criminal system of India was not a sudden creation. It has been evolved as the result of slow and gradual process ... Continue Reading →
Bombay High Court

Offshore investors cannot seek legal recourse for assured return investments

Bombay High Court, in the case filed by IDBI trusteeship Services, on behalf of FMO, against Hubtown as the guarantor, while upholding the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in real estate ... Continue Reading →

Government affidavit on benefits to transgender

Division Bench of Kerala High Court comprising of Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice A.M. Shaffique, while considering a petition filed by High Court lawyer Basil Attipety, seeking ... Continue Reading →

Judicial reforms in ancient India: An overview

Balakumar Rajendran, Student of Law, VIT Law School, Chennai Lord Cornwallis succeeded Warren Hastings and came to India in September 1786 and he continued to be the Governor General ... Continue Reading →

Constable’s Death: BSF to pay ex-gratia after 5 years

Bench comprising Justices Pradeep Nandrajog and Pratibha of Delhi High Court directed the Border Security Force (BSF) to pay ex gratia compensation to families of its personnel dying ... Continue Reading →
Bombay High Court

Custody of girl child should be kept with mother

Division bench of Bombay High Court (Nagpur Bench) comprising Justice Vasanti Naik and Anant Badar, while dismissing the appeal filed by a man, who challenged the family court’s ... Continue Reading →