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Marital Rape Must Be Punished With The Strictest Punishment

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Without mincing any words and coming straight to the heart of the matter, let me say this from the bottom of my heart that I fully support the burgeoning demand for making marital rape an offence. A rape is a rape. A husband who is supposed to protect his wife and take care of her […]

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Strictest Punishment For Mob Lynching Needed Now Most

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It has to be said right at the outset that mob lynching cannot be justified on any pretext and under any circumstances come what may! There has to be zero tolerance for it but right now we see that the perpetrators of the crime are either escaping with just no punishment or are being punished […]

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Fundamental Duties Most Unfortunately Has Become A Forgotten Chapter Of The Constitution

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“The source of right is duty. If we all discharge our duties, rights will not be far to seek. If leaving duties unperformed we run after rights, they will escape us like will of the wisp, the more we pursue them, the further they will fly. I learned from my illiterate but wise mother that […]

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Mandatory Publication Of Notice Of Intended Marriage Under Special Marriage Act Violates Right To Privacy: Allahabad High Court

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In a most learned, most laudable, most landmark and most latest judgment titled Smt. Safiya Pandey & Anr vs State of U.P. Thru. Secy. Home, Lko. & Ors. in HABEAS CORPUS No. – 16907 of 2020 that was reserved on 14.12.2020 and then finally delivered on 12.01.2021 which is most rightly capturing the news headlines […]

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Why Should MPs Be Paid For Disrupting Parliament?

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                 Let me say first and foremost: I am hugely dismayed, dejected and disappointed to see how Member of Parliaments (MPs) are disrupting Parliament time and again and not allowing Parliament to function smoothly. This under no circumstances can ever be justified. These MPs don’t bother that how much money of taxpayer is getting wasted […]

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The Ground That Allegations Of Fraud Are Not Arbitrable Is A Wholly Archaic View, Deserves To Be Discarded: SC

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                                           In a fresh, fine and favourable development, we saw how just recently on January 11, 2021, a three Judge Bench of the Apex Court comprising of Justice Dr DY Chandrachud, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Banerjee in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled M/s. N.N. Global Mercantile Pvt. Ltd. Vs.  M/s. […]

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Why SC Silent On Worst Discrimination In Judiciary?

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Let me begin with a disclaimer: I am neither a member nor supporter of BJP or any other political party nor a member of any of BJP’s affiliated organizations like the RSS or VHP or any other organization. I stay miles and miles away from politics of any kind. It just doesn’t suit me and […]

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Absolute Devotion, Integrity And Honesty Is A Sine Qua Non For Every Bank Employee: SC Upholds Dismissal Of A Bank Clerk

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At a time when absolute devotion, integrity and honesty are really becoming a rare virtue, it would be most pertinent to note that the Supreme Court in a latest, landmark, laudable, learned and lambasting judgment titled Deputy General Manager (Appellate Authority) and others vs Ajai Kumar Srivastava in Civil Appeal No(s). of 2021 (Arising out […]

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Advocates Cannot Throwaway Legal Rights Of Parties By Entering Into Arrangements Contrary To Law: SC

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In a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Kirti & Anr. Etc. vs Oriental Insurance Company Limited in Civil Appeal Nos. 19-20 of 2021 [Arising out of Special Leave Petition (C) Nos. 18728-29 of 2018] delivered as recently as on January 5, 2021, a three Judge Bench of the Apex Court comprising of Justice NV Ramana, […]

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Enact Right Now Most Strict Rules For MPs and MLAs

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How long will politicians be given long rope and allowed to contest elections from jail itself? How long will MP and MLAs be allowed to misbehave in Parliament and State Assemblies and still be given long rope by not taking any action against them? How long will politicians be allowed to become MPs and MLAs […]

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Keeping Accused In Custody As Offences Alleged To Be Committed Are Serious Would Amount To Inflicting Pre-Trial Punishment: Jammu and Kashmir High Court

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          In a well-written, well-worded, well-reasoned and well-articulated judgment titled Suraj Kumar Vs Union Territory of J&K th. P/S Batote in Bail App No. 259/2020 delivered on 31 December 2020, a single Judge Bench of Justice Sanjay Dhar of Jammu and Kashmir High Court has made it clear in no uncertain […]

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Most Shocking That UP Has Just One High Court Bench

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“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” –        Albert Einstein It is most shocking to see that a peaceful, one of the most developed and most prosperous state like Maharashtra has 4 high court benches at Panaji, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Kolhapur apart from High Court at Mumbai and similarly Assam […]

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International Arrest Warrant By Itself Not Sufficient To Extradite A person To UAE Unless There Is A Written Request: Kerala HC

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In a significant and positive development, the Kerala High Court just recently on December 21, 2020 in a latest, landmark, learned and laudable judgment titled Rakhul Krishnan vs Union of India represented by Secretary, Minister of External Affairs and 8 others in WP (C) No. 13875 of 2020 (H) with far reaching consequences has very […]

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Triple Talaq – Relatives Of Husband Cannot Be Accused Of Offence Under Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act: SC

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In a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Rahna Jalal vs State of Kerala and Another in Criminal Appeal No. 883 of 2020 (Arising out of SLP (Cri) No. 5693 of 2020) delivered just recently on December 17, 2020, a three Judge Bench of the Apex Court has observed that relatives of a ‘husband’ […]

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No Legality Attached To Fatwa : Delhi HC

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                             In a latest, landmark, laudable and learned judgment titled Mohd Ashraf & Ors vs Abdul Wahid Siddique in C.R.P. 89/2016 delivered recently on December 14, 2020, the Delhi High Court has held that there cannot be any legality or validity attached to a fatwa, especially in respect of ownership of immovable property, and […]

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People Of India Are Still Victims Of Social Evils Like Casteism: Telangana High Court Denies Bail To Accused In An Honour Killing Case

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In a recent, righteous and remarkable judgment titled # Gudur Sandeep Reddy & others Vs $ The State of Telangana rep. by Public Prosecutor, Hyderabad in Criminal Petition Nos. 5819, 5939, 5961, 6095 & 6097 OF 2020, the Telangana High Court while dismissing the bail plea filed by some accused in an honour killing case […]

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UP Needs More High Court Benches 

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              It cannot be disputed by anyone that if more high court benches are created all over India as was very rightly recommended by the 230th report of Law Commission of India in 2009, it will certainly produce more diamonds like the Chief Justice of India designate Sharad Arvind Bobde […]

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POCSO – Victims Entitled To Receive Information About Court Proceedings Including Status Of Bail Of Accused: J&K HC

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                 In a latest, landmark, learned and laudable judgment titled Badri Nath Vs Union Territory of J&K th. Police Station Bari Brahamana in Bail App No. 139/2020, CrlM Nos. 1444/2020 & 1445/2020 delivered as recently as on 11 December 2020, the Jammu  and Kashmir High Court has held in no uncertain terms that the […]

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Purpose Of Rehabilitative Sentencing Is To Reform The Offender As A Law Abiding Citizen Again: Bombay HC Grants Bail To 20-year-old Boy In POCSO Case

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In a landmark, learned, laudable and latest judgment titled Shubham Suresh Thorat Vs The State Of Maharashtra in Criminal Bail Application (ST) No. 3242 of 2020 decided on 22 December 2020, the Bombay High Court commendably  granted bail to a 20-year-old boy accused under the Protection of Children From Sexual Offences Act observing that the […]

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Section 357A(4) CrPC Is A Substantive Provision; Victims Entitled To Compensation Even For Crimes That Occurred Prior To Its Enactment: Kerala HC

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In a latest, landmark, learned and laudable judgment titled District Collector Alappuzha v. District Legal Service Authority, Alappuzha and others in WP (C) No. 7250 of 2014 (E) delivered just recently on December 22, 2020, the Kerala High Court has held that the provisions in Section 357A(1)(4)&(5) CrPC are substantive in character and the victims […]

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Once A Prisoner Obtains Custody Parole In A Case, He Need Not Obtain Permission From Every Court Where He Has Been Convicted Or Is Pending Trial: Delhi HC

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It has to be said with consummate ease that in a remarkable, righteous and recent decision titled Mohd Shahabuddin vs State Govt Of NCT Delhi & Anr in W.P. (CRL) 1558/2020 & Crl. M.A. No.14691/2020 delivered  just recently on December 2, 2020, the Delhi High Court has while espousing the basic legal rights of a […]

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Expressing Dissent Hallmark Of Democracy: Allahabad High Court Quashes FIR For Tweets Against UP CM

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It is really so rejoicing, refreshing and remarkable that the Allahabad High Court while once again vindicating its impeccable track record of always espousing most vociferously the invaluable importance of dissent in a democratic country like India has in a latest, laudable, landmark, lambasting and learned judgment titled Yashwant Singh vs State of U.P. and […]

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Desist From Undertaking ‘Two Finger Test’, Avoid Disclosing Rape Survivors Identity: J&K HC Directs Trial Courts

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In a well-written, well-articulated, well-analysed and well-reasoned judgment titled State of J & K V/s Md. Imran Khan in SLA No. 38/2018 delivered as recently as on 24 December 2020, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court while reminding the mandate of Section 228A of the J&K Ranbir Penal Code directed the Trial Courts of the […]

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Why Maharashtra Has Maximum Benches And UP Has Minimum Benches?

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It is most baffling to see that a peaceful, one of the most developed and most prosperous state like Maharashtra has 4 high court benches at Panaji, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Kolhapur apart from High Court at Mumbai but on the contrary UP which has maximum pending cases in India among all the states which is […]

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