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Day: June 26, 2020

E-Justice India is Organizing Webinar on Loopholes in Criminal Law and Need of Men’s Commission

June 26, 2020

E-justice India cordially invite you to the webinar on “Loopholes in Criminal Law and Need of Men’s Commission“ Speaker – Dr. A P SinghSenior Advocate, Supreme Court of IndiaDefense Lawyer of Nirbhaya Case Date: July 06, 2020 Timing: 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM Click Here to Register After registering, First 200 registered Candidates will receive a confirmation email […]

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Case Summary : STATE (NCT OF DELHI) VS. NAVJOT SANDHU

June 26, 2020

CITATION- AIR 2005 SC 3820 BENCH- P. Venkatarama Reddi, P.P. Naolekar, JJ. FACTS- On 13 December 2001, five heavily armed persons entered the premises of Parliament House complex for carrying a very deadly attack. They were on a white Ambassador car and had automatic assault rifles, pistols, hand & rifle grenades, electronic detonators, explosives in […]

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Case Summary : Raja Nand Kumar Case

June 26, 2020

Introduction This a case of conspiracy against the Raja Nand Kumar, this was set up indirectly by the Governor General Warren Hastings and Chief Justice Impey of the Supreme Court of Calcutta. The general had enmity by Nand kumar, he fought battle of Plessey by the side of king. He was admired by the kings, […]

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RETIRED JUDGES FACE MORE THREATS BUT DON’T ASK FOR ARM LICENSES

June 26, 2020

Calcutta High Court recently allowed a local politician for having an Arms license. The Petitioner asserted that there was danger to his life and he has many enemies on account of being an honest, uncorrupt politician. It was submitted that he was a businessman and was a well known person in locality. So a minimum […]

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DELHI HC REFUSES TO ENTERTAIN PLEA SEEKING SEPARATE COVID TESTING FACILITY IN COURT COMPLEXES

June 26, 2020

The Delhi HC on Friday has refused to entertain a Plea seeking directions for provision of COVID-19 testing facilities for advocates, judicial officers, court staff and their family members in all court premises in Delhi. A division bench of Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan has asked the Delhi government to decide […]

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Online Certificate Course on Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code – (Registration Closed)

June 26, 2020

About E-Justice India E-Justice India is India’s Leading Online legal Portal dedicated to Law students, Lawyers & Attorneys. It’s aim is to provide Education in Indian Legal Sector. Through this Portal, we set-up towards Right to Education. Our Portal provides Law School Review, Legal News, Law Articles, Leading Case Summary, Law Notes, Certificate Courses, Free […]

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SC Seeks ICAI Response On Plea Against Its Notification Giving ‘Opt-Out’ Option To CA Aspirants Due To COVID-19

June 26, 2020

The Supreme Court on Friday sought a response from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) on a petition challenging its notification giving an “opt-out” option to aspirants in the backdrop of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. The May CA exam cycle has been re-scheduled between July 29 and August 16, and a notification was […]

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Case Summary : Minerva Mills Ltd. & Ors vs Union Of India & Ors

June 26, 2020

Citation : 1980 AIR 1789, 1981 SCR (1) 206 Bench: Y.V. Chandrachud, (Cj), P.N. Bhagwati, A.C. Gupta, N.L. Untwalia, P.S. Kailasam Case brief: Section 4 & 55 of 42th amendment of constitution damage the basic structure of constitution. In the  Minerva Mills case, the supreme court provided key classifications on the interpretation of the basic […]

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Case Summary : M. R. Balaji And Others vs State Of Mysore on 28 September, 1962

June 26, 2020

Citation: 1963 AIR 649, 1962 SCR Supl. (1) 439 Bench: Sinha, Bhuvneshwar P.(Cj), Gajendragadkar, P.B., Wanchoo, K.N., Gupta, K.C. Das, Shah, J.C. Facts An order Mysore government issued under article 15(4) reserved seats for admission to the state medical and engineering colleges. On July 26, 1958 the state issued an order that all the communities […]

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Case Summary : DONOGHUE V STEVENSON [1932] SC (HL) 31 , [1931] UKHL 3 , [1932] UKHL 100, [1932] AC 562

June 26, 2020

Donoghue v Stevenson also known as the ‘snail in the bottle case’  is a Scottish case which turned out to be very significant in framing law of tort and doctrine of negligence mainly with respect to English law. FACTS On August 26 1928, Mrs Donoghue’s companion ordered and paid for her bottle of ginger-beer from […]

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