PIL IN SC: NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION IN REGARDS TO SUBJUDICE AND FINAL JUDGEMENTS A PIL recorded some time recently the Supreme Court looks for a statement that there might be no flexibility of discourse and expression with regard to sub-judice things and final orders and judgments passed by the courts, but to
Karnataka High Court has directed to the State Government for considering to take a decision by 19th August for seeking a loan up to Rs 5 lakh extended to members of the bar are in financial stress due to Covid-19, on a representation made by the Belgavi Bar Association. The division bench of Chief Justice
The plea has been filed by Advocate Reepak Kansal stating that till date no major law has been formed that regulates online broadcasting channels, claiming themselves to be press. He said that these electronic media channels need to be regulated and stopped from hampering respect of any individual. Further he referred to Article 19 of
Yesterday, the Madras High Court passed an order which allowed Advocates to also apply for the post of President Officer of the Debt Recovery Tribunal. The order was passed in reply to notification dated 23rd June which called for applications issued by the Union Finance Ministry. The interim relief order was passed as it was
State Bar Council informed the Kerala High Court that it will take a decision regarding commencement of ‘enrollment’ process through video conferencing considering the present situation. A single bench of Kerala High Court on Tuesday on plea of law graduate seeking enrollment through video conferencing disposed off writ petition considering the statement of Bar Council
Surprisingly, due to lack of personal attention and presence, the Gauhati High Court Bar Association wrote a letter dated 28th May 2020 to the Hon’ble Chief Justice of High Court requesting to restore the physical court from 1st June 2020 onward, urging to abolish the virtual court system which was set due to Covid-19 pandemic.
The present issue was brought to the court’s notice by a letter addressed by the President of the Delhi High Court Bar Association on May 02.This decision was taken by an order dated May 14 by the Committee constituted to prepare the Graded Action Plan for normal functioning of the court. To access the chambers,