The IDIA Bihar Chapter in collaboration with JSA Advocates & Solicitors and Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan pleased to announce the Second Edition of
Bombay High Court took note of news report published by Times of India in Sunday Times, Aurangabad Edition titled as “Kids row thermocol rafts with makeshift oars to cross Jayakwadi backwaters, attend school”.
The Court directed the State to file a more comprehensive report indicating the measures taken to obtain additional power from the national grid and other sources that are available to reduce the shortfall.
Delhi High Court observed that it seems that the petitioner, who is an Advocate, filed the present petition after being a beneficiary of the very same process only because he has been denied extension or reappointment.
The PIL sought setting up of a National Commission for Men, similar to the National Commission for Women, to address issues of domestic violence suffered by married men.
Allahabad High Court directed the State to file an affidavit indicating therein the progress towards allotment of funds towards providing basic amenities to women in Police Stations
Kerala High Court was convinced that the instant PIL needed to be examined for change in dynamics in implementing the Safe Kerala Project.
A publicity interest litigation should be nipped in the bud so that valuable time of the Court is saved which can be effectively utilized in reducing huge pendency of cases.
The Supreme Court stated that an open ballot system does not mean it was open to one and all, but only to the authorised political party representative which was necessary to prevent cross voting and maintaining party discipline.
Supreme Court empowered the High-Powered Committee constituted by Tripura High Court with jurisdiction across India for advancement of the cause of welfare, care and rehabilitation of elephants and other wild animals.
The DSG Management Committee and the GHPS Society are formed and governed by the DSG Act, a central piece of legislation, which has no provision for conducting an audit by the CAG.
In matters of policy, the Courts do not substitute their own conclusion with the one arrived at by the Government merely because another view is possible.
Bombay High Court: In a PIL filed by the petitioner who is a social activist highlighted the issue of conduct of mock
The Supreme Court considered subsequent development since 1994 as well as the Central Government’s stand while passing the instant order allowing Purse Siene Fishing, keeping the previous decisions of the Court open for deeper consideration.
Statutory warnings are intended to instill a sense of fear, but they have had very little effect on human attitudes and behaviour towards alcohol consumption. It is also a sorry state of affairs that persons under 21 years, who are specifically prohibited from drinking alcohol, are in fact addicted to it. Therefore, it is incumbent on the State Government to reduce alcohol dependence and addiction as a public health measure by restricting and effectively regulating its sale and consumption.
The High Court issued a contempt notice against an Advocate and a civic official, who acted on her request, after observing that a lawyer’s letter asking for a designated area within the Bombay High Court premises in Nagpur to feed dogs was for “publicity”.
Delhi High Court: In a PIL filed seeking a prohibition of affixing photographs of gods/goddesses on walls to prevent public
The PIL had alleged that the talk show “Koffee with Karan”, hosted by Karan Johar, was promoting racism, sexuality and obscenity through words or visible representation.
Patna high Court: In a case relating to rising trend of manufacturing and smuggling of liquor in the dry State,
“We hope and trust that the festival of lights does not become a cause for concern where the demon of pollution poisons our air and leads to irreparable damage to the health of the population at large.”