PIL in Supreme Court seeks waiver of fees for College, University students amid COVID-19 Lockdown:

PIL is filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions to State/ UTs Governments pertaining to private and public college for providing relief, waive off, or moratorium on academic fees for the next semester and restrict them from asking lump sum amount from students. The PIL is filed by Satyam Singh Rajput, National Founder, Justice for Rights

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: NOT A LEGAL INVENTOR

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Author – Amisha Rathod On April 22, 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a decision[1] that rules that Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems cannot be an inventor in a patent. Only “natural persons” currently have the right to get a patent. This decision came in response to a patent application for an

To Have A Name And To Express It In The Manner One Wishes Is A Part Of Right To Freedom Of Speech And Expression’: Kerala HC

Case Title: Kashish Gupta (M) v. CBSE & Ors. Case No.: WP (C) No. 7489/2020  Quorum: Justice Bechu Kurian Thomas  Appearance: Advocate KR Vinod (for Petitioners); Advocate S Nirmal (for Respondents) Background: In the backdrop, the State of Kerala had accepted the Petitioner’s wish to change her name and effected a Gazette notification to that

SC to hear Plea by a Karnataka Judge seeking stay on the elevation of a “Junior” as HC Judge, says elevation order is Arbitrary & Unlawful:

Sri. Master RKGMM MahaswamijiPrincipal District & Sessions Judge – (PETITIONER)versusThe Registrar General,Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka & Ors. (RESPONDENTS) A two judge bench of Justices Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose. A scheduled to hear a plea by a principal district and sessions judge for quashing the Presidential order of April 30, appointing a “junior judge” as additional judge