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Was The Goa Court Biased In Acquitting Tarun Tejpal

   17 June 2021 at 13:12

Timeline23rd November 2013- An FIR was filed against Tarun Tejpal for assaulting her junior colleague30th November 2013 - Anticipatory bail was rejected by the court and he was placed under arrestJuly 2014:Tejpal was granted bail28th September 2017:

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BCI Appoints A Seven Member Committee To Draft An Advocate’s Protection Act To Ensure That Lawyers Are Protected From Threats And Attacks

   17 June 2021 at 11:12

What Gave Rise To The Initiative Following reports of attacks on lawyers in various parts of the country, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has formed a seven-member committee to prepare an Advocates' Protection Bill. According to a letter dated Jun

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The Use Of Anticipatory Bail Under Section 438 Crpc To Children In Conflict With The Law Under JJ Act Is Not Expressly Barred According To Gujarat HC

   17 June 2021 at 11:12

What Is The Case In Question The judgment was passed by The High Court of Gujarat in the case of KureshiIrfan Hasambhai v. State of Gujarat [R/Criminal Misc. Application No. 6978 of 2021] by a Single Bench consisting of Hon’ble Justice A.Y. Kog

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Bombay HC Door-To-Door Covid Vaccination May Be Implemented If States Permit

   17 June 2021 at 11:12

Background The Hon’ble Bench of Bombay High Court was hearing a plea regarding door-to-door Covid-19 vaccination for citizens above the age of 75 and for those who are specially abled and bed-ridden. A petition was filed by Advocate Dhruti Kapa

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Narada Case: Police Custody Not Permissible After Chargesheet Is Submitted Says Senior Advocate Siddharth Luthra

   17 June 2021 at 11:12

Background of the case Recently in the Narada Scam case, the CBI sought the transfer of the trial and a declaration that the hearing in the trial court on May 17th in which bail was granted to 4 TMC leaders, was void on account of mobocracy. The five

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Karnataka HC Dismisses PIL For Action Against Alleged Police Atrocities During Lockdown

   17 June 2021 at 11:12

Overview of the Petition A Public Interest Litigation was filed by Advocate S. Balakrishnan seeking directions to concerned Police Officials to register FIR against the police officers who allegedly committed atrocities against the lockdown violators

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Top News Headlines 17th June 2021: Allahabad HC: Custody of Minor Husband Cannot Be Given To Wife

   17 June 2021 at 09:55

Allahabad High Court: Custody of Minor Husband Cannot Be Given To Wife As It Would Be Cohabitation Between Adult and ChildThe Allahabad High Court ruled that custody of a ‘minor’ husband cannot be given to the wife as it would lead to coh

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Lakshadweep Filmmaker Aisha Sulthana Approaches Kerala HC For Pre-Arrest Bail: Says Criticism On Political Matters Not Sedition

   16 June 2021 at 17:56

WHAT WAS THE CASE Filmmaker Aisha Sulthana made remarks about the Government using ‘bio-weapons’ during a channel discussion. This led to a BJP worker filing a complaint against her. She has given an explanation on social media and has of

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Centre To Supreme Court: MHA Notification Not Related To CAA

   16 June 2021 at 17:56

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS The Centre has submitted to the Supreme Court that the notification issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs has no connection to the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019. An Intervention Application had been filed by the Indian Union

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All India Lawyers Union Urges CJI To Reject SCBA Proposal

   16 June 2021 at 17:56

Background The Supreme Court Bar Association submitted before the Chief Justice of India that despite having vast experience with fields relating to civil, criminal, constitutional, and commercial law, the Supreme Court lawyers are rarely considered

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