by Sucheta Sarkar†
Kerala High Court: In a petition filed by a 21-year-old girl, seeking medical termination of her pregnancy, V.G. Arun, J.
Tripura High Court: In a public interest litigation seeking issuance of show cause to the respondents as to why a writ of
Bombay High Court: In total 4 writ petitions were filed against Air India Ltd./AIL (‘respondent’) by the AIL employees (‘petitioners’),
Madras High Court: In an application seeking the appointment of the applicant as a fit and proper person to be
Delhi High Court: In two cross letter Patents appeal, one by the petitioner/appellant for the enhancement of costs imposed upon the Municipal
Karnataka High Court: A Division Bench of Alok Aradhe CJ., and S. Viswajith Shetty, J., held that azan or the
It is not only in cases dealing with family disputes that the rights and welfare of the child should be considered but also in the cases as the present one, the courts can become and act as the parent of the child and ensure that the child is not deprived of its Fundamental Right to Education.
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Madras High Court: S.M. Subramaniam, J., expressed that employees cannot seek any direction to fill up the post or claim a promotional
Supreme Court: While deciding the instant appeal wherein the appellant challenged the externment order issued against him under Section 56(1)(a)(b) of the
In Nadha Raheem v. C.B.S.E, 2015 SCC OnLine Ker 21660, Kerala High Court’s Single Judge Bench in the year 2015 dealt with
Delhi High Court: Chandra Dhari Singh, J., granted bail to an accused on being satisfied with “reasonable grounds” as per Section 37
Rajasthan High Court: Dinesh Mehta J. allowed the petition and decided that the school will be converted to English medium subject to
Madras High Court: Expressing that right to life and personal liberty enshrined in Article 21 of the Constitution of India includes the
by Justice Deepak Gupta
CBSE cannot put fetters on its duties so as to cause grave prejudice to the students with legitimate causes for changing their certificates.
Jammu and Kashmir High Court: The Division Bench of Tashi Rabstan and Ali Mohammad Magrey, JJ., addressed the instant petition seeking for
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Alka Sarin, J., allowing the present petition, reemphasized on the extended view of Article 21 as opted
“Even if one survives from COVID-19, many times financially and economically he is finished.”