Power of Indian Courts to modify an Arbitral Award: This article submits that the courts ought to have power to modify the
Supreme Court directs appointment of Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners on advise of the committee consisting of the Prime Minister, leader of opposition and the Chief Justice of India
This roundup contains many interesting rulings including the Shiv Sena Party Name and Symbol Dispute, Negligence committed by doctors and Compensation therein, Amendment to Section 178(6) of the Income Tax Act, Initiation of the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process and more.
The year 2022 has seen formation of multiple Constitution Benches and its hearings, wherein out of pending 498 Constitution Bench matters, 25
The High Court is deciding the PIL challenging Uttar Pradesh Government’s notification dated 05.12.2022, for not adhering to the Supreme Court’s directions in Suresh Mahajan v. State of Madhya Pradesh, 2022 SCC OnLine SC 589.
Allahabad High Court: In an appeal filed by Bharatiya Janata party MLA Vikram Singh Saini against the judgment passed by the
Supreme Court: In a Special leave petition under Article 136 of the Constitution against a judgment passed by the High
Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Mohammad Rafiq, CJ. and Vijay Kumar Shukla, J., dismissed a PIL which was filed
During the course of the hearing, the Madras High Court had allegedly orally observed that the EC is “the institution that is singularly responsible for the second wave of COVID-19” and that the EC “should be put up for murder charges”.
Kerala High Court: The Division Bench comprising of S.Manikumar, CJ., and Shaji P. Chaly, J., heard the instant PIL whereby, MLA Ramesh
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of Sanjib Banerjee, CJ and Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy, J., while addressing a riveting issue wherein a political
Supreme Court: The 3-judge bench of RF Nariman*, BR Gavai and Hrishikesh Roy, JJ reiterated the law relating to the bar to
“All State Election Commissioners appointed under Article 243K in the length and breadth of India have to be independent persons who cannot be persons who are occupying a post or office under the Central or any State Government.”
Many instances have come to the notice of the Election Commission of India wherein Chief Electoral Officers and some other officials working
Kerala High Court: A. Muhamed Mustaque J., upholding the decision of the Election Commission, dismissed the present Writ Petitions and clarified the
Supreme Court of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka: A Full Judge Bench of Priyantha Jayawardena, Vijith K. Malalgoda and Murdu
Election Commission of India approved the broad guidelines for conduct of general/bye-elections during the COVID-19 period. After the onset of the COVID-19
by Swarnendu Chatterjee* & Anshita Khandelwal**
Andhra Pradesh High Court, Amravati: A Division Bench of J.K. Maheshwari, CJ and B. Krishna Mohan, J., addressed a Public Interest Litigation
At present, the country, as the rest of the world, is grappling with COVID-19 pandemic. It is evident that Government along with