Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

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Pegasus Snooping &Gogoi Saga: Need For SC To Reopen Suo Motu Case

The Supreme Court of India while closing the Suo Moto case boldly stated, 'No useful purpose will be served by continuing these proceedings'. After Chief Justrice of India, Ranjan Gogoi reviewed the matter, he wanted a bench to deal with this Suo moto case.

Do you think that this is the right approach? Please mention in the comments below!

Kerala High Court Dismisses With 25k Cost The Plea Seeking Removal Of Muslims,Certain Christians From List Of Backward Classes And To Stop Govt Benefits

The petitioner had filed a petition for the declaration of the cancelation of reservations and financial aids to the Muslims, Latin Catholics, and other Schedule Castes. The Court dismissed the petition based on the grounds that he the petitioner had not performed thorough research.

Do you think it was a fair dismissal? Please mention in the comments below!

Woman On The Run After Being Exposed For Practicing Law, Winning Bar Election Without LLB

Faking a law degree – where is the judicial system going to reach? A woman in Kerala faked her LLB degree and practiced for two years, until the Alappuzha Bar Association realised it. They realised it after someone tipped her off to them.

How can this situation be prevented from happening again? Please mention in the comments below!

Allahabad High Court Stays Criminal Proceedings Against Man Booked For Expressing Grief On Social Media Over Death Of His Wife During Medical Treatment

A man was held for expressing his pain and grief as a result of his wife’s death. He has posted a video on Facebook while she was being treated in a Government Hospital.

Do you think this was really something to report? Please mention in the comments section below!

No Lenience To Man Who Attacked Woman With Acid For Rejecting Proposal: Karnataka High Court Upholds Life Sentence, 10 Lakh Fine

If a man attacks a woman by throwing acid on her face, he is violating most of the fundamental rights prescribed under Article 21 – right to life. It was said that ‘the acid crime is against the civilized society’. 

Should the Court set guidelines to prevent such attacks? Please mention in the comments below!

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