Four men impersonating as BSES officials sent to jail

Next time when officials claiming to be from a power distribution company visit your place, open the door only after thoroughly checking their credentials. One such case recently came before a Delhi court which sent to jail four men who were arrested by the police for allegedly impersonating BSES officials and extorting money from people Read more about Four men impersonating as BSES officials sent to jail[…]

File fresh petition against TRAI says Delhi High Court to vodafone

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday (May 23) allowed telecom service provider Vodafone to file a fresh amended writ petition—within two weeks—on the changes sought in the TRAI guidelines. As per its guidelines, TRAI had slapped fine against Vodafone (along with Airtel and Idea) based on its assessment that it was not providing adequate “points Read more about File fresh petition against TRAI says Delhi High Court to vodafone[…]

U.N. Panel Releases Draft Treaty Banning Nuclear Arms.

A United Nations disarmament panel presented the first draft on Monday of a proposed global treaty to ban nuclear weapons, which advocates called an important step that could hasten completion of a final text by early July. The draft is supported by more than 130 non-nuclear states. Nine countries are believed to be in possession of nuclear arms: Read more about U.N. Panel Releases Draft Treaty Banning Nuclear Arms.[…]

60 MPs make fresh plea to impeach Justice Reddy

Over 60 members of the Rajya Sabha have made a fresh plea to initiate impeachment proceedings against Justice Nagarjuna Reddy of the high court of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana . This is the second attempt by members of the Upper House to remove Justice Nagarjuna Reddy. The first one made by 61 MPs on December 5 last Read more about 60 MPs make fresh plea to impeach Justice Reddy[…]

Court staff told to put down Phones and Dress properly

In two separate circulars issued by District and Session Judge  Talwant Singh, the staff of six District Court in Delhi have been told to stick to a dress code and use their mobile phones in working hours only if there is emergency. Taking note of surveys regarding increasing no. of employees using phone in working Read more about Court staff told to put down Phones and Dress properly[…]

Arbitration is a useful and speedy tool for resolution of Disputes: Vice President

Arbitration, the form of speedy justice given to the parties if mutually gives consent for settlement of disputes then they can solve the matter through arbitration and without any delay the decision to these matters are given precisely and speedily. Taking the view of above characterstics of arbitration Shri Hamid Ansari Vice President  while addressing Read more about Arbitration is a useful and speedy tool for resolution of Disputes: Vice President[…]

LAW COMMISSION SUGGESTS DRASTIC AMENDMENTS IN BAIL SYSTEM

Getting release from bail soon will be easier for the people of India as Law Commission in its new report has made the provision for changes in the bail system and reason behind is that the poor people do not get bail easily and even if they get the bail they do not get the Read more about LAW COMMISSION SUGGESTS DRASTIC AMENDMENTS IN BAIL SYSTEM[…]

Allahabad High Court seeks response from Centre and State regarding Adityanath’s appointment.

The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday asked the Central and the Uttar Pradesh Government to file their response on a petition seeking disqualification of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and his deputy Keshav Prasad Maurya for not vacating their parliamentary posts. The Lucknow bench of the High Court had earlier issued a notice to the Attorney Read more about Allahabad High Court seeks response from Centre and State regarding Adityanath’s appointment.[…]

NEET clash between Court and Petitioners.

After it was pointed out that NEET was not conducted in a proper manner across the country, a petition was filed by Sankalp, an NGO, seeking the permission for  re-exam for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017, alleging that uniform question papers were not given and that there was vast difference between English and Read more about NEET clash between Court and Petitioners.[…]

First in Asia: Taiwanese Court rules in favour of same- Sex marriages.

  Taiwan’s Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage, making the island the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex unions and cementing its status as a beacon for LGBT rights.  The decision is a victory for Taiwan’s LGBT activists, who have fought for decades for marriage equality, inspiring similar struggles across Asia and Read more about First in Asia: Taiwanese Court rules in favour of same- Sex marriages.[…]