Minor’s Father Arrested in Abduction Case Linked to Pune Car Accident; Several Arrests Made in Blood Sample Manipulation Scandal

A significant development following a tragic car accident, the father of a minor accused of causing the deaths of two individuals with a Porsche car has been arrested in an abduction case. The arrest is part of a broader investigation that has revealed disturbing efforts to manipulate evidence. The fatal incident occurred when the minor, … Read more

Delhi Court Issues Summons to Atishi in BJP Defamation Case; Clears Kejriwal of Charges

In a recent legal development, a Delhi court has issued summons to Delhi minister Atishi in a defamation case filed by Praveen Shankar Kapoor, the media head of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Delhi. The defamation case pertains to allegations made by Atishi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that the BJP had approached … Read more

Delhi Court Denies Bail to Arvind Kejriwal Aide Bibhav Kumar in Swati Maliwal Assault Case

In a high-profile case that has captivated Delhi’s political and legal circles, the Tis Hazari District Courts denied bail to Bibhav Kumar, an aide to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on charges of assaulting Swati Maliwal, a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament (MP) from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). The ruling was handed down by … Read more

Kerala High Court Emphasizes Environmental Protection: Trees Cannot Be Felled Merely for Commercial Interests

In a landmark judgment, the Kerala High Court has underscored the importance of environmental conservation by ruling that trees cannot be cut down merely to facilitate commercial activities or to protect buildings from shade. The court’s decision came in response to a petition filed by the owners of a commercial building who sought permission to … Read more

Delhi High Court Mandates Improved Video Conferencing Protocols for District Courts

In a bid to enhance the efficiency and transparency of judicial proceedings, the Delhi High Court, under the stewardship of Acting Chief Justice Manmohan, has issued comprehensive directions to district courts across the national capital to streamline video conferencing (VC) practices. These directives aim to address and resolve any operational hiccups that might impede the … Read more

Delhi Court Convicts Medha Patkar in 20-Year-Old Defamation Case by Delhi LG VK Saxena

A Delhi court has convicted activist Medha Patkar in a defamation case filed by Delhi Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena. The case, which dates back to 2001, stemmed from Patkar’s allegedly derogatory statements against Saxena in connection with the Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA). Saxena, who was the President of the National Council of Civil Liberties … Read more

Calcutta High Court Stays Probe Against WB Governor’s Staff in Sexual Harassment Case

The Calcutta High Court on Friday issued a stay on the proceedings of a First Information Report (FIR) lodged against the Officer on Special Duty (OSD-II) to the Governor of West Bengal, Sandeep Singh. The FIR, filed by a female worker, accuses Singh of wrongful restraint and pressurizing her not to lodge a sexual harassment … Read more

Madras High Court Judge Reveals Warning, Issues Split Verdict in YouTuber Savukku Shankar’s Detention Case

In a dramatic turn of events, the Madras High Court witnessed a surprising disclosure from Justice GR Swaminathan, who revealed in open court that he had been warned by unknown individuals to refrain from hearing a habeas corpus petition concerning the detention of YouTuber Savukku Shankar. This startling revelation came just before a split verdict … Read more

Judicial Integrity in Question: Allahabad High Court Quashes CJM’s Vindictive Case Against State Electricity Officials

The Allahabad High Court recently delivered a scathing judgment against a Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) for abusing his authority to file a baseless criminal case against state electricity department officials. The bench, comprising Justices Rahul Chaturvedi and Azhar Husain Idrisi, found that CJM Bhagwan Das Gupta had filed a false complaint laden with fabricated allegations … Read more

Prof Jai Shankar Singh Appointed as Vice-Chancellor of RGNUL Patiala: A New Era for Legal Education

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) in Patiala has announced the appointment of Prof Jai Shankar Singh as its new Vice-Chancellor. This significant development marks the beginning of a new chapter for one of India’s premier law universities. Prof Singh, who succeeds Registrar Prof Anand Pawar, who was serving as the interim Vice-Chancellor, … Read more

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