Supreme Court has issued notice to ML Sharma asking why he should not be barred from filing PILs for his “irresponsible and scandalous” remarks against MPs.
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Compensation scheme treating minor male rape victims differently, challenged; Delhi High Court issues notice.
Constitutional validity of Delhi Victims Compensation Scheme, 2011 which treats male and female child victims of sexual abuse in two different manners has been challenged before the Delhi High Court.
NCDRC has ordered Indraprastha Apollo Hospital and its gynaecologist to pay Rs. 1 crore compensation in a case of medical negligence – wrongful delivery.
Bhagalpur University told Delhi High Court that it had no record of Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar completing his law degree from there.
Supreme Court has held that Tamil Nadu had no authority to appoint Bhavani Singh as the Public Prosecutor in the Jayalalitha’s appeal in the DA case.
A writ petition before Delhi High Court seeks action against Delhi AAP Law Minister who has been alleged to to have obtained his law degree and bar enrolment on the basis of a fake degree.
Supreme Court has issued notice in a PIL petition which demands that India should be officially recognised as Bharat in stead of India.
The constitution bench has unanimously opined that there are no reason in law which require Justice Jagdish Singh Kehar to recuse from hearing the the challenge to the NJAC.
The Supreme Court of India has dismissed a PIL that sought to deny the creamy layers of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes the benefits of reservation in jobs, education and other segments observing that the issue came within the...
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