Law Commission expressed that “Given the shifting social patterns and growing population, the management, control and prevention of epidemic diseases cannot be restricted to a century old law.”
The present case show that the husband of the petitioner had contracted COVID-19 and was admitted in the hospital on 25-04-2021 and his health condition did not improve thereafter, and he passed away after two months in the hospital itself only due to COVID-19 complications.
Justice Dipankar Datta was born on 09-02-1965 in a Bengali family. He served as a Judge in Calcutta High Court, and as Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, then he was sworn in as Supreme Court Judge on 12-12-2022 by Dr Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, the Chief Justice of India.
Interviewed by Abhineet Maurya
The 14th Edition of National Moot Court Competition, of School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), is being conducted offline this
“The shield of accidental insurance in the shape of the accident on duty were meant to reassure a health worker that the government stood by him and his family members in the time of the dire crisis.”
Prominent Kannada actor Chatan Kumar, was granted conditional interim protection from cancellation of his OCI card until the next date of hearing, which has been set in June.
The Supreme Court observed that the undertrial prisoners/convicts were not released on merits but were released only to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus among prisoners in over-crowded prisons.
Justice Dipankar Datta, was born on 09-02-1965 in a Bengali family. He served as a Judge in the Calcutta High Court, and as a Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court, then he was sworn in as Supreme Court Judge by Chief Justice Dr D.Y. Chandrachud on 12-12-2022
by Pragya Singh* and Lakshita Handa**
Karnataka High Court observed that merely because Covaxin is being taken by public, it will not make a private contract enforceable or justiciable in the Courts of law, which are pre-dominantly meant for public law remedy.
The Uttaranchal High Court held that participation in the elections of college union was an integral part of the education, and it was an opportunity that was given to the students for developing their leadership qualities, therefore, two years age relaxation was granted to the student for participating in his college elections.
The missing person has not been traced either dead or alive and the stalemate continues, thus, taking into consideration the overall situation and without being too harsh on the State Government and instead, on humanitarian ground, the Madras High Court directed the State to pay compensation to the missing man’s family.
Former Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court, Justice Dipankar Datta, was sworn in as a Supreme Court Judge. His appointment now raises the judicial strength of the Supreme Court to 28 out of total strength of 34 judges
by Dr Puneet Pathak†
Bombay High Court: While addressing a case relating to confidentiality agreement breach, the Division Bench of Arif S. Doctor and K. R.
Delhi High Court: In a writ petition filed by an Additional District Judge for reimbursement of his treatment charges during
Kerala High Court: In a significant case where a widow whose husband died due to adverse effects of Covid-29 immunization had approached
Supreme Court: In a case alleging death of two young girls due to side-effect of Covishield, the Division Bench comprising Dinesh Maheshwari
Allahabad High Court: Saurabh Shyam Shamshery, J. dismissed the writ petition which was filed praying to issue a mandamus commanding