Madras High Court directed the petitioner to give an undertaking that he would not initiate violence while organising meetings in connection with his indefinite fasting and he should co-operate with the police to ensure law and order
Delhi High Court upheld the Central Government’s independent exercise in contempt jurisdiction, emphasizing adherence to the original judgment’s directives and refraining from issuing supplementary orders. The decision underscores the judiciary’s cautious approach in contempt proceedings and affirms the sanctity of court orders.
“Section 4(5) of Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 is indicative of fact that the Act being a beneficial legislation, entitlement of employee cannot be reduced below the prescribed ceiling limit under Section 4(3) of Act, rather this provision approves receiving of a better gratuity than what is notified by Central Government.”
Calcutta High Court rejected the idea of directing a specific allocation but highlighted the duty of the government to formulate a policy.
“Federalism which was the basic structure of the Constitution could not be diluted or violated by usage of the expression ‘Central Government’.”
On 24-12-2023 the Post Office Act, 2023 received President’s assent which consolidate and amend the laws relating to Post Office in India
On 24-12-2023, the Telecommunication Bill, 2023 received the assent of the President. The bill aims at strengthening the laws relating to telecommunication
If modern society does not acknowledge this vested right in a person, then it is only encouraging gender identity disorder syndrome
The object of the Act is to decriminalise and rationalising offences to further enhance trust-based governance for ease of living and doing business.
Supreme Court said that B.Ed. is not a qualification for teachers at Primary level of schooling. The pedagogical skills and training required from a teacher at Primary level is not expected from a B.Ed. trained teacher.
On 18-7-2023, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs appointed 18-7-2023 as the date on which the provision of Section 12 of the Competition
Supreme Court allowed SK Mishra to continue his services as ED Director till 31-07-2023.
The Seven Supreme Court collegium resolutions were passed on 05-07-2023.
by Siddharth R. Gupta†
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by Swarnendu Chatterjee† and Megha Saha††
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The Central Government appoints 18-05-2023 as the date on which the provisions of the Competition (Amendment) Act, 2023 come into force. Sections
Justice S Manikumar, former senior-most Judge of Madras High Court, who was appointed as the 36th Chief Justice of Kerala High Court in 2019, is all set to retire today.
The Supreme Court opined that it is unjust on the part of Haryana Utilities to say that 70% of the installed capacity should be further bifurcated and the Change in Law benefit should be restricted only to 70% of the installed capacity.
by Kumar Aditya† and Subham Dubey‡
by Siddharth R. Gupta† and Aditya Raj Gupta††
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