Kerala High Court was disturbed by the language used by Family Court and expressed that highly distasteful language depicts the mind set of an officer of high rank in the district judiciary.
by Harshita Gupta†
The 5-judge Constitution Bench observed that the decision which will be rendered by the nine-Judge Bench in the Sabarimala Temple Review will have a direct impact on the questions which arise for determination in this case.
Patiala House Courts: Preeti Parewa, SCJ/CCJ/ARC, NDD, while addressing the alleged case of sexual harassment against the CEO of ScoopWhoop, wherein it
Madras High Court: Expressing that right to life and personal liberty enshrined in Article 21 of the Constitution of India includes the
Kerala High Court: P. V. Kunhikrishnan, J., addressed a matter wherein a mother uploaded a video on social media wherein she was getting