Author: E-Justice India


On 1st May 2020 , The law Ministry through its notification has elevated five judicial officers as additional judges of the Karnataka High Court. This is happen when the a five judge of Supreme Court collegiums had recommended their appointment. The Judicial Officers including Shivashankar Amarannavar, Smt M Ganeshaiah Uma, Vedavyasachar Srishananda, Hanchate SanjeevKumar ,

Palghar Mob Lynching: SC seeks status report from Maharashtra Government regarding probe in the Palghar matter.

The Supreme Court today asked the Maharashtra Government to report the probe status  into the lynching and consequent death of two Sadhus in Palghar. The Supreme Court agreed to hear a petition seeking the probe into the Palghar lynching incident to be transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or a court-monitored Special Investigation

General Data Protection Regulation

General Data Protection Regulation Author – Richa Singh WHAT IS GDPR ? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are new set of rules formulated by European Union to give people more control over how organizations use their personal data. The GDPR carries provisions that require businesses to protect the person l data and privacy of

Administration as Additional Judge Ad-Hoc Promotion will not count for Seniority of District Judge – SC

While hearing a challenge against the seniority list of district Judges, Drawn by the Rajasthan High Court, The SC emphasized that the time of Administration as a specially appointed/Ad-Hoc Judge won’t mean the seniority of District Judge. Rajasthan Judicial Service Officers association raised the issue in a Writ Petition against the Seniority list prepared by

UGC Panel suggests online exams for universities and colleges; single entrance exam for admission.

University Grants Commission (UGC) had conducted a meeting on Monday, April 27th, to discuss the recommendations given by two panels on the future course of action for universities and colleges amidst the COVID-19 lockdown, according to The Times of India UGC had formed two panels to give recommendations and one of the panels headed by

SC asks Centre to consider adopting ‘one nation, one ration card’ scheme during lockdown.

The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to consider the feasibility of ‘temporarily’ adopting the ‘one nation, one ration card’ scheme during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic lockdown period to enable the migrant workers, destitutes  and economically weaker sections (EWS) get subsidised foodgrain. The “One Nation One Ration Card” scheme is scheduled to be launched in