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Day: June 15, 2020

DELHI HC EXTENDS OPERATION OF ALL INTERIM ORDERS TILL JULY 15

June 15, 2020

The Delhi HC on Monday has extended the operation of all interim orders passed by it and the courts subordinate to it, till July 15, which were to expire on or after June 15 because litigants and lawyers are unable to appear due to the Coronavirus induced lockdown. A special bench, headed by Chief Justice […]

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TRIPLE TALAQ

June 15, 2020

Author-KRISH BHATIA “It takes one pleasant gesture to make someone’s day and only three words to destroy someone’s life. TALAQ. TALAQ. TALAQ.” Triple talaq is actually known as it allows a husband to divorce his wife by repeating the word “talaq” (divorce) three times in any form, including email or text message. Under the Muslim […]

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Interview with Mr. Aditya Jain, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India & Founding Partner at J&G advocates

June 15, 2020

After exchange of pleasantries, the interviewer, on behalf of E-Justice India, began interviewing Mr. Aditya Jain (Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court of India and Founding Partner at J&G advocates). 1.         Interviewer: How would you like to describe yourself to our readers? Interviewee: I am Aditya Jain. I am Advocate-on-Record in the Supreme court of India. I am, […]

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Neegro term used for an African resident is a shameful remark Over The Prestige of India, High Court:

June 15, 2020

In matter of NDPS the accused who was an African resident was termed as neegro as the Punjab police had written his name in such a manner in the police reports which was chastised by the Punjab and Haryana Highcourt and criticized the actions of the police officials. High Court stated that to get rid […]

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Recommendations made by Hon’ble Committee for Preparation of Graded Action Plan: Delhi High Court

June 15, 2020

The high court through its Committee for Preparation of Graded Action Plan, has recommended the judicial officers to come to court only when they do not have requisite technical infrastructure at their residences for conducting video conferencing. The following recommendations have been laid down: (i)All courts subordinate to the High Court, shall take up urgent […]

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Nurses Association Moves SC Provisions To Provide Protective Kits To Healthcare Workers

June 15, 2020

The United Nurses Association has filed an intervention application in the Suo Motu Case taken by Supreme Court for the well and proper treatment of COVID-19 patients,seeking directions to ensure that the protection kits of COVID-19 are made available to every single health care professional. The application has been filed by Mr.Joldin Francis (Delhi State […]

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GANGA RAM HOSPITAL MOVES HC AGAINST DELHI GOVERNMENT’S FIR

June 15, 2020

A complaint was filed by Delhi government regarding Ganga Ram hospital not following Corona virus testing guidelines and so the administration of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has filed a petition in the Delhi HC, seeking the scrapping of an FIR based on a complaint by the Govt. of Delhi. The petition is likely to be […]

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING THROUGH FORCED LABOUR

June 15, 2020

Author : Ashita Jobanputra  Co-Author : Jhanvi Shah INTRODUCTION: Forced labour in India has become a pervasive issue. The problems related to such forced labour and slavery needs to be tackled in the country in order to provide justice for the said community. The multi-faceted legal system needs to address the exploitation and slavery towards […]

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CONTEMPT OF COURT

June 15, 2020

Author : Sakshi Kothari (Amity University, Gwalior) Historical Background of Courts Firstly, the society was formed with the  first ancestors not for the development purpose but to bring peace among the individuals. The conflicts were resolved within the parties under the bench of King. But later on ,the society started to be expanded then the […]

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BUILDING NEW INDIA- ROLE OF CITIZEN DUTIES

June 15, 2020

Author : Kushang (Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla) “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” This has been rightly said by John F. Kennedy and forms the base of citizen duties towards their country. Citizens have certain rights given to them and in return […]

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