The festive month of November revolved around some of the major matters before the Supreme Court. The Top Court gave guidelines for streamlining adoption process and expeditious disposal of criminal cases. The roundup covers the top stories for the month along with the segment of Never Reported Judgments and Know Thy Judge.
The month of October was focused on the long term battle on the same- sex marriage. Take a round of all the major judicial pronouncements by the Supreme Court during this month along with some never reported judgments and write ups on the Supreme Court Judges through the know-thy Judge segment.
A person who has chosen violence and does not have any value of human life has no right to plead that the State should take special measures to protect his life from his rivals. The perception of threats, if any faced by such a person, is of his own making for which the State cannot come forward to provide him with security.
ABOUT RGNUL The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL) is an autonomous National Law University (NLU) established under the second
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Allahabad High Court: Siddharth, J. allowed an application for anticipatory bail filed on behalf of applicants in relation to an FIR registered
Madras High Court: N. Anand Venkatesh, J., issued guidelines pertaining to deal with cases wherein accused persons are absconded leading to the pendency
Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS): The Supreme Court of the United States, in what is being touted as
Kerala High Court: The Bench of N. Nagaresh, J. allowed a civil writ petition for renewal of gun licence on the ground
Karnataka High Court: A Single judge bench comprising of K.S. Mudagal, J. dismissed a criminal petition rejecting grant of bail to the
Karnataka High Court: While deciding a criminal petition filed under Section 482 of CrPC, a Single Judge Bench comprising of K.N. Phannendra,
Supreme Court: The bench of Ranjan Gogoi and Navin Sinha, JJ asked the Central Government to constitute Special Courts to deal with