delhi high court
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Delhi High Court upheld the Central Government’s independent exercise in contempt jurisdiction, emphasizing adherence to the original judgment’s directives and refraining from issuing supplementary orders. The decision underscores the judiciary’s cautious approach in contempt proceedings and affirms the sanctity of court orders.

Criminology Penology and Victimology
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Former CJI Justice UU Lalit released the 8th edition of Ahmad Siddique’s book “Criminology, Penology and Victimology” revised by Advocate Sanjay Vashishtha

abrogation of law
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“If the legislature merely seeks to validate the Acts, struck down or rendered inoperative by a Court, by a subsequent legislation without curing the defects in such legislation, the subsequent legislation would be ultra-vires“.

karnataka high court
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The petitioner has contended that S. 22 of RERA Act violates the Basic Structure of the Constitution and envisages Executive predominance.

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The show is based on a young legal professional who recently graduated from the National Law University, portraying the struggles of newbies in the legal profession, with fun elements.

Delhi High Court
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Delhi High Court observed that the petitioner was enrolled as an advocate in 2010 and he fulfils the requirement of “continuously practicing as an advocate for not less than 7 years on the last date of receipt of applications”.

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There is no better day than International Women’s Day, to celebrate and cherish 11 formidable women, who have graced the halls of the Supreme Court as Judges and have paved the way for many women to dream to reach the top!

Supreme Court's Tale of Strength
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The discourse around judicial vacancies and 7 new Supreme Court appointments have created quite a curiosity regarding the workings of the Supreme Court. With the Supreme Court now functioning at its full sanctioned strength, there is however, an interesting history of this Sanctioned Strength- (hint: it was not always 34!)

Allahabad High Court
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Disobedience of this Court’s order strikes at the very root of the rule of law on which the judicial system rests. The rule of law is the foundation of a democratic society, and the Judiciary is the guardian of the rule of law. Hence, it is not only the third pillar but also the central pillar of the democratic State

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court: In a suo motu contempt petition against the YouTuber Savukku Shankar, the division bench of G.R. Swaminathan and B.

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“The disclosure of the marks in the main examination before it is finalised and the viva-voce is conducted, would be against the principles of transparency, rather it will invite criticism of bias or favouritism.”

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by Sasisekhar Menon†

OP. ED.SCC Journal Section Archives

by Ashok Bhushan†

Conference/Seminars/LecturesLaw School News

The HNLU Career Development Conclave 2022 successfully conducted the second panel discussion on the theme “The Path to a Career in Academia”

Allahabad High Court
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Allahabad High Court: Vikram D. Chauhan, J. took cognizance of transfer application which was filed for the transfer of the case under

Know thy Judge

†by Sucheta Sarkar

Know thy Judge

by Ritu Singh†

Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court
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“Higher the forum and greater the powers, the greater is the need for restraint” Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: While

Know thy Judge

by Kamini Sharma†

Case BriefsSupreme Court

Supreme Court: In a case where a Judge was accused of misconduct, the bench of Dr. DY Chandrachud and Bela M. Trivedi,