IntroductionThe abrupt and unforeseen ban on All India Football Federation (AIFF) enforced by FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association or the International Federation of Association Football) has left the entire country in a state of ..
Introduction Recently, an order by a lower court in Kerala has sparked controversy. This case is one of many where women are treated as second-class citizens in society. However, with a legal angle involved, the implications of said remark are far mo ..
Key takeaways Section 156 (3) empowers the Magistrate to issue an order to the concerned officer-in-charge of a police station to draw up an FIR based on information received. The offence reportedly committed needs to be taken place within the terri ..
IntroductionCaste is a word that is one of the obligatory in Indian history that decides the social, economical, and political empowerment of the people even in the 21st century in the country. This pre-historic system of being, established by the Ve ..
Key takeaways The Competition Act, 2002 was enacted by the Parliament of India and governs Indian competition law. It replaced the archaic The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, of 1969. The Competition Commission of India was establishe ..
The gang rape case of a pregnant woman took the nation by storm in 2002. The ecstasy of the conviction of the 11 accused to life imprisonment as delivered by the Bombay High Court in 2017 was short-lived. The accused were released on 15 August 2022 b ..
Key takeaways Provisions regarding the Supreme Court Registryand all appointments under it are covered in Article 146 of the Constitution. The Secretary General holds the responsibility of custody of all records of the Court. Personnel under the Regi ..
The alleged scam of illegal recruitment and money laundering dates back to 2016, during its progression over the years, Calcutta High Court has witnessed an increase in the numbers of such illegal appointments. It is now under investigation of CBI an ..
Key takeaways The Copyright Act, 1957 is the primary law regarding copyright in India. It has been amended six times in total, the most recent one being in 2012. Copyright protection commences the moment a work is created, and its registration is opt ..
Key takeaways Justice Shah Muhammad Sulaiman was the first Indian Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court. Justice Romesh Chandra Mitter was the first Indian acting judge for the Calcutta High Court. Justice Nanabhai Haridas was the first Indian to ..