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Andhra Pradesh High Court Issues Guidelines For Prompt Transmission Of Bail Orders

In the case of Korra Bhaskara Rao vs. The State of Andhra Pradesh, the accused was granted bail under he Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. The delay that was caused in issuing certified copies of the orders was sincerely noted by the Andhra Pradesh High Court. It was concluded that this was because of the staff shortage.

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Booth Capturing & Bogus Voting Affects Rule Of Law & Democracy; Should Be Dealt With Iron Hands: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court observed in a judgment (Lakshman Singh vs. State of Bihar), that any attempt of booth capturing and/or bogus voting should be dealt with iron hands. This is because it deeply affects the rule of law and democracy.

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Raj Kundra’s Case – Comments of the Indian Law

Yoga enthusiast and actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband, business Raj Kundra, hit the headlines recently. He has been accused of publishing and creating pornographic content via an application called ‘Hotshots. He has been booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, including Sections 420, 34, 292, and 293.

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Supreme Court Raps CBIFor Delay In Filing Appeal; Asks New Director To Ensure Timely Filings

The CBI was directed by the Supreme Court Of India to take necessary steps to ensure that no delay is caused in the future in the filing of appeals and other steps in law. This was said because the Court observed the delay being caused due to its officers.

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If Temple, Mosque Affected For Development Of National Highway, God Will Forgive Us: Kerala High Court

The Court observed that it is a settled position that the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is a statutory body that is managed professionally having expertise in the field of maintenance and development of National Highways (NH). Even when there is a mosque or temple, it cannot act as a barrier for the NHAI to perform its job.

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