The Patna High Court acquitted a rape and murder accused setting aside the death sentence awarded by the Trial Court in the case of Ajit Kumar v. The State of Bihar
The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court, Chennai, while issuing a series of directions regarding the procedure of post-mortem and issuing of the death certificate ruled that the doctors, in strict compliance with Article 621 of the Tamil Nadu Medical Code, should hand over the post-mortem certificate to the judicial magistrate concerned as soon as it is done.
The Indian Medicine Central Council (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 was publicized on April 24, 2020. This ordinance amends the Indian Medicine Central Council Act (CCIM), 1970. The CCIM is one of the professional council to keep a check upon the higher education in Indian systems of medicine including Siddha, Sowarigpa, Ayurveda, and Unani. This article discusses the new changes brought by the Indian Medicine Central Council (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020.
The outbreak of COVID 19 led to a nationwide lockdown to control the spread of the virus. The lockdown resulted in disruption of business and a bad state of economic activities. To control the misuse of the resolution process and protect innocent corporate debtors from the push, an Ordinance was promulgated to suspend all filing of resolution file for six months.
Based on the recommendation of the Law Commission of India, the act came into force from October 2015. The primary aim of the Commercial Courts Act is to provide speedy disposal of high-value commercial disputes to reduce the pendency of cases. Further, the act introduces Commercial Courts, Commercial Divisions in High Courts, and Commercial Appellate Divisions as discussed in the article along with several important provisions.