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Day: June 17, 2020

Internship Opportunity at AGS Legal

June 17, 2020

AGS Legal based in South Delhi is Looking for Interns who are passionate for their career in Law. AGS Legal is a boutique Law Firm started by Advocate (CA) Abhishek Garg The Interns will given an Opportunity to learn the craft of drafting and research work. It’s a one month work from Home opportunity, so […]

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Online Internship Opportunity at Advocate Deepak Panwar- Apply by 26th June.

June 17, 2020

About the organization Advocate Deepak Panwar is an Advocate in New Delhi. He is serving in corporate sector. His areas of expertise are in civil laws including corporate laws, insolvency laws, arbitration and related civil Advisory. He has also experience of criminal matters a well. About the internship Advocate Deepak Panwar is looking for three […]

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Death Penalty: A Paradox?

June 17, 2020

Author : Mona Das (Kirit P Mehta School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai) “Criminals do not die by the hands of law. They die by the hands of other men.” ~ George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman On the dawn of 20th March, 2020, four men convicted of the ruthless gang rape and murder of Nirbhaya […]

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Understanding the Basics of Specific Relief Act, 1963

June 17, 2020

Author:- Tanya Shrotriya Background Specific Relief Act was enacted in 1877.The Act was originally drafted upon the lines of the Draft, New York Civil Code, 1862, and its main provisions embodied the doctrines evolved by the English Equity Courts. The Specific Relief Act, 1963 is the outcome of the acceptance by the Government on the […]

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Interview with Adv. Aarti Mishra, Advocate on record at Supreme Court of India.

June 17, 2020

After exchange of pleasantries ,the interviewer on behalf of E-justice India ,began interviewing Ms Aarti Mishra. Interviewer: Kindly insight us with a glimpse about your professional background from where you were inspired to choose law and pursue this further? Interviewee: I am advocate on record at Supreme Court .I am from legal family background my […]

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Delhi riots matter :

June 17, 2020

The Delhi High Court on Monday had constituted 4 new dedicated courts for hearing of Delhi Riots Cases.  According to the orders issued by the Registrar General Delhi High Court on June 15, 9 Judicials Officers were transferred to the sessions and the magisterial courts for North, North-East, Shahdara, South-East, Central and the New Delhi […]

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SC Direct Govts To Ensure Timely Payment Of Salaries To Healthcare Workers: COVID-19

June 17, 2020

The Supreme Court on Wednesday has directed both State and Central Governments to ensure payment of salaries to doctors and healthcare workers. The Central Government has been asked to issue compliance order for the same by tomorrow. The Court has also directed Directorate of health to ensure that Quarantine facilities are provided to Doctors and […]

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UTTAR PRADESH HC PERMITS HOSPITALS ON OPENING OF OPDs FOR NON COVID PATIENTS; UP GOVT DILUTES RESTRICTIONS.

June 17, 2020

The imposition of restriction is further development of Government notification dated March 31,2020 restricting opening of OPD (outpatient department)  against which a PIL was filed by All India People Front through Advocate Pranjal Shukla . PIL stated that the notification issued by Govt  is depriving non-COVID patient from getting a proper treatment, PIL therefore mentioned […]

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SC SEEKS REPORT FROM AAREY FOREST ADMINISTRATION ON ACTION TAKEN REGARDING FELLING OF TREES AND FOREST FIRES DURING LOCKDOWN

June 17, 2020

The Supreme Court yesterday has sought report from Aarey Forest Administration on action taken by it regarding felling of trees and fires during lockdown due to COVID-19 Pandemic. The bench comprising Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Krishna Murari was hearing a Plea regarding the felling of trees in Aarey Forest in Mumbai for setting up […]

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Orissa High Court Grants Bail On Condition Of Planting 100 Saplings

June 17, 2020

The High Court of Orissa has granted bail to a person on a condition that he will have to plant 100 saplings in his native village at Boudh district. This step can be taken as a different way of awaring people about environment. And as a proof the accused will have to show the plantations […]

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