THE KERALA STORY: INFORMAL BLANKET BAN IN TAMIL NADU AND WEST BENGAL FOLLOWS THE SUIT WITH A FORMAL BANOn May 11, 2023 by Pushpendra
The recently released movie “The Kerala Files” has been in controversy for a long time and the controversy has now taken a turn for the worse with screening bans being imposed on the film. The controversy started with the teaser of the film which claimed that 32,000 women from Kerala were converted and recruited by ISIS.
Supreme Court Ruling on Insolvency Bankruptcy Code AppealsOn May 11, 2023 by V B Archana Priya
The SC stated that when calculating the limitation period for filing an appeal under section 61 (2)of the Insolvency Bankruptcy Code 2016, the time taken by a tribunal to provide a certified copy of the order being challenged should be excluded from this computation. In other words, both the date of order pronouncement and time spent providing a certified copy are not considered part of the limitation period for appealing to NCLAT.
Life Mission Case: Supreme Court Issues Notice To ED On Bail Plea Of M Sivasankar, Former Principal Secretary To Kerala CMOn May 10, 2023 by DIKSHA GADI REDDY
On Monday the Supreme Court issued a notice in the special leave petition in the money laundering case in connection with the LIFE ((Livelihood, Inclusion and Financial Empowerment) Mission corruption case filed by M Sivasankar, former Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Kerala.
BIDEN ADMINISTRATION TAKES STEPS TO BOLSTER PATIENT PRIVACY RIGHTS IN RESPONSE TO ABORTION BANSOn May 9, 2023 by Nisarga Pakhan
Following the Supreme Court’s decision on the abortion pill, Biden has pledged to defend women’s health against political attacks. The decision, which limits access to abortion and states’ ability to regulate it, may encounter opposition in the Supreme Court.
A LEGAL GLOSSARY TO ADDRESS GENDER INAPPROPRIATE TERMS AND GENDER SENSITISATIONOn May 9, 2023 by Prashansa Agarwal
During the Women’s Day Function arranged by the Gender Sensitisation and Internal Complaints
Committee (GSICC) of the Supreme Court, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud highlighted the
issue of inappropriate language and behaviour towards women lawyers. As a young lawyer, he had
observed senior lawyers using inappropriate language towards women lawyers in a group setting, and
no one spoke out against it at the time.
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA AND ITS JURISDICTIONOn May 8, 2023 by SK MD TAUHID
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA ESTABLISHMENT Pre Independence the Supreme Court was established under the Regulating Act 1773. It was first situated in Kolkata and post-independence, The Constitution of India 1950 provides for the establishment of the Supreme Court of India as per Article 124, and it should consist of one Chief Justice and any number
Legal Status of Children Born out of a Live-In Relationship under the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955On May 8, 2023 by Pragati Singh
Born out of a live-in relationship, your legal status is still under question. In today’s society, live-in relationships have grown extremely prevalent. However, it’s still not clear in India what kind of legal standing such children have. In this post, we’ll talk about how the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 affects kids who are born
‘Will Hear Only Aggrieved Person’:Supreme Court Refuses To Entertain PIL Challenging”Automatic Disqualification” OfMPs Upon Conviction.On May 7, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The Supreme Court of India recently refused to entertain a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) challenging
the “automatic disqualification” of MPs upon conviction. This ruling has caused an uproar in the
country, with many people feeling that this decision will only serve to benefit those who are already
powerful and influential while ignoring the grievances of ordinary citizens.
‘Court Always Believes In Forgiveness’: Supreme Court Closed Contempt Proceedings Against Lalit Modi Accepting His ApologyOn April 28, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The Supreme Court of India recently closed contempt proceedings against Lalit Modi after accepting his apology.
The credibility of UAPA in IndiaOn April 24, 2023 by Rukshat Taslim
UAPA or the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act is an Indian law enacted to prevent unlawful activities and associations in India to deal with activities that are against the integrity and sovereignty of the country for which it is also known as the Anti-terror law passed in 1967 during the reign of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.