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Lokpal gets its first face as Justice PC Ghosh

Former Supreme Court Judge Pinaki Chandra Ghose has been recommended to be appointed as first Lokpal under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013.

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Devendra Prasad Singh V. State of Bihar

Prior Sanction is not required to prosecute any public servant under Section 197, Code of Criminal Procedure if the act in question has no connection with the discharge of official duties.

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Directions issued by the SC for effective implementation of Senior Citizens Act, 2007

Significant issue of rights of elderly people was raised for the first time before the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution mainly relying upon right to live with dignity under Article 2

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Landmark Judgments Delivered by the Supreme Court in 2018

Supreme Court of India delivered several landmark judgments settling number of legal issues ranging from constitutional validity of Aadhar Card, Section 377 and 497 IPC, Sabrimala Temple etc to mentio

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DIRECTIONS ISSUED TO ALL LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES TO PROVIDE VIDEO CONFERENCING FACILITIES FOR ADVOCATES TO INTERACT WITH ACCUSED IN JAIL

The Division Bench of the Supreme Court consisting of Justice A. M. Sapre and Justice U.U. Lalit in Imtiyaz Ramzan Khan v. State of Maharashtra decided on 14th August, 2018 took note of the directive

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THE CONSENT OF THE FAMILY OR THE COMMUNITY OR THE CLAN IS NOT NECESSARY FOR TWO ADULTS TO GET MARRIED

Shakti Vahini v. Union of India [2018 SCC OnLine SC 275] delivered by full bench of the Supreme Court consisting of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud on 2

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CASE LAW – BINOY VISWAM V. UNION OF INDIA

The constitutional validity of Section 139AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 was challenged. This provision was inserted by the amendment to the Income Tax Act by the Finance Act, 2017. Section 139AA make

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CASE LAW – PAWAN KUMAR V. STATE OF H.P.

Eve teasing affects the fundamental concept of gender sensitivity and justice and the rights of a woman under Article 14, 15 and 21 of the Constitution.

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CASE LAW – RE: EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN IN ORPHANAGES

The Supreme Court took suo motu cognizance of news published in a newspaper about sexual abuse of children in child care institutions run by the government and NGOs.

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CASE LAW – ANJAN KUMAR SARMA V. STATE OF ASSAM

In the instant case the accused was charged for having committed the offence under Section 302, 366-A 376 (2) (g), 201 read with Section 34 of IPC. The dead body of the girl was found on 29 th near to

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‘ORDER’ OF A FOREIGN COURT EXECUTABLE AS IT QUALIFIES AS ‘DECREE’ WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 44-A OF THE CPC, RULES THE SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court recently in Alcon Electronics Pvt Ltd v. Celem S.A. Of Fos 34320 Roujan (2017) 2 SCC 253, was faced with a rather interesting question. The court was deciding the executability of an

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LATEST ORDER IN RELATION TO INADEQUACIES AND DEFICIENCIES IN CRIMINAL TRIALS WITH SPECIAL REF. TO RECORDING OF EVIDENCE AND JUDGMENT WRITING.

The Supreme Court recently in SUO MOTU WRIT(CRL.) NO.1 OF 2017, went-on to raise certain questions regarding inadequacies and deficiencies in Criminal Trials (with special reference to recording of ev

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COMPLAINT W.R.T OFFENCE U/S 182 OF THE IPC NOT MAINTAINABLE WITHOUT COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 195 OF THE CRPC RULES

The Supreme Court recently in Saloni Arora v. State (NCT of Delhi), (2017) 3 SCC 286 has held that a case for an offence u/s 182 of the IPC is not maintainable without a proper complaint having been f

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WHETHER RE-TRIAL ON DISCOVERY OF FRAUD VIOLATES THE EMBARGO ON REVIEW BY CRIMINAL COURT (SECTION 362 OF THE CRPC) ?

The High Court of Allahabad had the occassion to deal with this question recently. The facts of the case are extremely peculiar. It was a prosecution with respect to a dowry death offence. However, du

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A SHORT NOTE ON ‘UNCONSTITUTIONAL VAGUENESS’

A constitutional rule that requires criminal laws to state explicitly and definitely what conduct is punishable. Criminal laws that violate this requirement are said to be void for vagueness. Vaguen

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CORPORATIONS AND THE LAW OF DEFAMATION : ON WHETHER A COMPANY CAN BE AN ‘ACCUSED’ OR A ‘COMPLAINANT’ IN A CRIMINAL ACTION FOR DEFAMATION ?

The Law of Defamation has been a topic of intense legal debate in the recent times. Apart from a recent challenge as to its very constitutionality (which was turned down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court),

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CURRENT AFFAIRS – AMERICA DROPS LARGEST NON-NUCLEAR BOMB MOAB IN AFGHANISTAN

The US had dropped the most powerful non-nuclear bomb, GBY – 43/B, Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) in Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on ISIS targets on 7:33 pm local time on 13th April 2017.

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CASE LAW – JADHAV CASE (INDIA V. PAKISTAN)

The Court unanimously indicates to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan that it must take “all measures at its disposal” to prevent the execution of an Indian national, Mr. Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, pendi

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CURRENT AFFAIRS – INDIA LAUNCHED “SAARC SATELLITE”

To Strengthen its ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy and also to fulfill its unilateral promise, India launched outh Asia Satellite (GSAT-9) into a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO) on 5th May 2017. Afgha

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CASE LAW – STATE OF GUJARAT V. KISHANBHAI ETC. (2014) 5 SCC 108

In the instant case of rape and murder of 6 years old child, the trial court, High Court and Supreme Court had to give benefit of doubt to the accused due to serious lapses (10 in number) on the part

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CASE LAW – C. MUNIAPPAN AND OTHERS V. STATE OF TAMIL NADU

There may be highly defective investigation in a case. However, it is to be examined as to whether there is any lapse by the IO and whether due to such lapse any benefit should be given to the accused

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CURRENT AFFAIRS – 2017 (APRIL TO JUNE)

64 th National Film Awards were announced on 7 th April, 2017. ‘NEERJA’ was declared to be best Hindi Film and actor ‘AKSHAY KUMAR’ bagged the best actor award for his role in movie ‘Rustom’.

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CASE LAW – PUBLIC NUISANCE – IMPORTANT JUDGMENTS

In State Of M.P v. Kedia Leather & Liquor Ltd. & Others (2003) 7 SCC 389, the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) of the area concerned served orders in terms of Section 133 of the Code directing

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MUKESH V. STATE FOR NCT OF DELHI (NIRBHAYA MURDER CASE)

Guidelines issued by Justice R. BANUMATHI, J. in her separate concurring opinion delivered in Mukesh & Another v. State for NCT of Delhi & Others on 5th May, 2017 (Nirbhaya Murder Case)

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FOREIGN LAWYERS AND FIRMS PERMITTED TO PRACTICE LAW IN INDIA ONLY ON FLY IN AND FLY OUT BASIS

Bar Council of India v. A.K. Balaji & Others, decided by the Division Bench of the Supreme Court consisting of Justice A. K. Goel and U. U. Lalit on 13th March, 2017

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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT CAREER OPTIONS YOU CAN PURSUE IN LAW?

Pursuing a career in law offers a vast variety of options to choose from and that’s one of the major reasons why more youngsters today are choosing to pursue law as a career. Depending on their set of

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4 POINTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CLAT

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the entrance examination for those who want to study law. Through CLAT, the examinees can get admission to the 19 premium law institutes in India and some of the ot

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FORMATION OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

A Constitution Fundamental law of the country, which contains the principles upon which government is founded, regulating the division of the sovereign powers, and directing to what persons each of th

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CURRENT AFFAIRS: JULY: SERIES – II

Paudhagiri Campaign has been launched in the State of Haryana by CM Jagdish Khattar by planting a sapling of ‘maulsari’ in the premises of Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex in Gurgaon on July 16, 2018. New

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CURRENT AFFAIRS: JULY: SERIES – I

India gets its 37th World UNESCO World Heritage Site as “Victorian and Art Deco Ensembles of Mumbai” has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage list recently during 42nd session of the World Heritag

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CURRENT AFFAIRS: JUNE: SERIES – II

Swajal Scheme – Swajal is a community owned drinking water programme for sustained drinking water supply. Swajal scheme was announced in 115 aspirational districts of the country by Union Minister for

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CURRENT AFFAIRS : JUNE SERIES : I

Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh on 1st June, 2018 launched an Online Analytical Tool to facilitate closer monitoring of the flow and utilisation of foreign contributions received by various org

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ANSWER KEY OF HARYANA ADA EXAM

ANSWER KEY OF HARYANA ADA EXAM

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