The Supreme Court in its landmark judgment on Aug 24 declared the equal position of woman as a coparcener in a Hindu Undivided Family. The coparcener is a birthright and father’s death doesn’t affect the right of the daughter as … Read More
Company Appeal (AT) (Insolvency) No. 765 of 2019
This case dated 12th June, 2019 has been passed by the Adjudicating Authority (National Company Law Tribunal), Mumbai Bench in CP 1661 (IB)/MB/2017).
By: Priyanka Ray, 3rd year law student pursuing BBA … Read More
The Union Cabinet approved this Amendment during the Coronavirus Pandemic directing that salaries of all Members of Parliament will be cut by 30% along with a two-year suspension of the MP Local Area Development scheme so that the amount can … Read More
Looking into the demographics of India gives a clear understanding that, the population is rising steadily. It is high time that we need to control population as India is densely populated. The Population Control Bill, 2020 aims to get population … Read More
Rajrishi Ramaswamy, Second Year B.B.A LLB student (five year law), Symbiosis Law School Hyderabad.
Centre for Action Research and People’s Development (CARPED), 8-3-228/267/A, Kranthi Damam, Rahmath Nagar, Yousufguda, Hyderabad, Telangana 500045.
One … Read More
By- Antalina Guha, Ajeenkya DY Patil University, 4th Year, B.A. LL.B
Chamber of Mr. Satyaraj Banerjee, Calcutta High Court.
12/2, Old Post Office Road. Kolkata- 700001
June 12th– … Read More
By: Anukriti Mathur
Rajathan State Legal Service Authority
Rajsthan High Court, Jaipur Bench , Jaipur
Ph No. 0141-2227481
15.6.2019 to 10.7.2019
You should have … Read More
The Supreme Court of India upheld the constitutional validity of Parliament’s 2018 Amendment to the Section 18A of the Schedule Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act,1989.
By: Pallavi Kumar, 2nd Year, LLB, Symbiosis Law School, Pune.
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The Supreme Court held that the members of parliament and members of legislative assembly will be disqualified from holding membership of the house immediately after conviction of an offence, without being given the three month’s time to appeal.
By: Pallavi … Read More