Constitution Bench Yearly Roundup 2023
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This year was very busy for the Supreme Court’s Constitution Bench as it dealt with the maximum number of cases and decided major matters like Article 370; Same sex marriage; Maharashtra political crisis; and more

New Data Protection Bill
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The issue before the Supreme Court pertains to the question whether WhatsApp’s privacy policy which was introduced in January 2021 is in violation of right to privacy under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.

Supreme Court Constitution Bench
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Don’t miss out on the Constitution bench verdicts delivered on conducting All India Bar Examination and the issue relating to ex-communication of a person from the Dawoodi Bohra community. Judgments Delivered

Hot Off The PressNews

Supreme Court took note of an undertaking given to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, on 22-05-2021, WhatsApp had given the undertaking its users in India who have not yet accepted the 2021 privacy policy would not face any disruptions in using the application. It also directed WhatsApp to abide by the undertaking till next date of hearing.

Central Government Notification
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On 03-08-2022, the Central Government has withdrawn the Personal Data Protection Bill from the Lok Sabha to present a new bill for

Experts CornerKhaitan & Co

by Supratim Chakraborty†
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by Vivek Prasad*

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by Shefali Mehta†

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by Shivani Dewalla†

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by Gurleen Kaur†

Case BriefsHigh Courts

Orissa High Court: S.K. Panigrahi, J., while addressing the instant case highlighted the significance of “Right to be forgotten” and observed that, “…many