A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.
“When even prisoners have fundamental rights and it has been declared by the Supreme Court that Part III of the Constitution does not stop at the prison gates, it would be ridiculous to suggest that the moment a person becomes a bank employee, he has to bid good-bye to Article 19(1)(a).”
Punjab and Haryana High Court observed that to avoid any undue disposal of the proceedings pending before the Revenue Courts wherein the intention of a party in possession of the land is to delay the proceedings, issuance of specific guidelines is necessary.
Justice Aniruddha Bose who celebrates his 64th birthday today, had served the High Courts of Calcutta and Jharkhand as a Judge prior to being elevated to the Supreme Court in 2019.
Parallel inquiries by two different authorities in their respective spheres of adjudication are not uncommon and a slight overlap between the inquiries does not mean that one must lead to the ouster of the other.
Bombay High Court: While deciding the instant bail application of a 20-year-old boy charged with abetment of suicide of a
Delhi High Court: Amit Bansal, J., expressed that Just because the photograph of the summons were sent by the plaintiff to the
Delhi High Court: A petition was submitted before the High Court of Delhi by Whatsapp LLC with a prayer to issue a
Kerala High Court: V.G. Arun, J., addressed an interesting question regarding the validity of summons served through Whatsapp. The Bench stated, No
Competition Commission of India (CCI): The coram comprising of Ashok Kumar Gupta (Chairperson) and Sangeeta Verma and Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi (Members) while
Competition Commission of India (CCI): The Coram of Ashok Kumar Gupta (Chairperson) and Sangeeta Verma and Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi (Members) while addressing
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Anand Pathak, J., while granting bail and directing to adhere bail conditions added a condition with regard to “digital
Bombay High Court: A Division Bench of A.A. Sayed and M.S. Karnik, JJ., addressed a Public Interest Litigation, with regard to quashing and
The Press Council of India is a statutory, quasi-judicial authority set-up by an Act of the Parliament. It functions under the Press
Supreme Court: While hearing Facebook Inc’s petition asking Supreme Court to hear all cases related to demands for linking Aadhaar to social
Bombay High Court: The Court accepted service of notice through WhatsApp messenger after finding that the notice served was not only delivered,
Supreme Court: In the light of the data privacy concerns raised before the Court in the matter relating to Whatsapp data sharing
Supreme Court: While the issue relating to ‘right to privacy’ is under consideration before a 9-judge bench, the Centre today told a
Bombay High Court: A Bench comprising of G.S. Patel, J , has held that the Indian Judiciary system is flexible enough to