Author: Lavanya Gupta


I am a Law student at Sushant University, Gurugram, Haryana. I am a learned and a leader with quite good experience at work and aim to be a judicial officer in the future. I worked as a student researcher in a book with some good mentors and learned a lot from them. want to explore me and want to improve my loopholes for my career.

The court is not a shield to getting funds, Jamia Millia Islamia

Jamia Millia Islamia approached the court and used it as a shield and said he could not pay any of his teachers as UGC had yet to release the sum amounting to almost ₹6 crores. The Delhi High Court commented on Friday that  Jamia Millia Islamia cannot use the court as a shield to get funds from the University Grants Commission (UGC) [GS. Sabiha Hussain v. Jamia Milia Islamia]. A divisive bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad made the remarks while denying the university’s request for UGC to release its funds for the Sarojini Naidu…

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Entry into a temple cannot be prevented by another religion

The petitioner requested that non-Hindu individuals not be allowed to participate in the Kumbabishegam competition of Arulmighu Adikesava Perumal Thirukovil in Thiruvattar and people cannot be prevented from entry into a temple if he has in that Hindu deity. The Madras judiciary recently determined that if someone of another faith has religion in an exceedingly explicit Hindu god, he can not be prevented from entry into the temple of that god [C Soman v. Secretary, Hindu Religious Charitable Department, and Others]. A subdivision bench created by Judges PN Prakash and R Hemalatha created constant observation in an exceedingly Public Interest…

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Failure of due diligence, a liquidator can be replaced

The bench found the liquidator guilty of sharing the debtor’s valuation report with potential plan sponsors on failure to exercise due diligence. The National Company Law Court (NCLT) Chennai recently ruled that failure and due diligence were the basis for replacing a liquidator (IDBI Bank Limited v. V Venkata Sivakumar).  The Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Code 2016 has no provision for replacing a liquidator. Therefore, the Court relied on Section 276 of the Companies Act 2013 to provide grounds for dismissing the liquidator.  The controversial order issued by the arbitration body (National Company Law Court), Special Bench, Chennai has placed the…

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Gender is no preferential treatment as Woman

The offenders were arrested by the Delhi police in 2016 with 300 counterfeit Indian banknotes worth ₹1000 as a woman there is no preferential treatment given to her because of her gender by the Delhi court and accomplice her to jail in a fake currency case. A convict cannot claim preferential treatment because of her gender, a Delhi court has ordered a 40-year-old woman and her accomplice to five years in prison for the crime. Trade-in counterfeit Indian banknotes (FICN) in 2016. Additional sessions Judge Dharmender Rana denied their request for probation, pointing out that the FICN was a “threat…

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On Supreme court observation, an open statement issued

“Recent comments on observation by two Honorary Supreme Court Justices overturned Laxman Rekha and forced us to issue an open statement,” the statement read.  Retired Supreme Court justices, officials, and armed forces officers issued an open statement against the Supreme Court’s adverse observation on July 1 against the former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesman Nupur Sharma for his remarks on national television about the Prophet Muhammad sparked violent protests and riots in many states.  The open statement, signed by 15 former Supreme Court justices, 77 retired officials, and 25 armed forces veterans, said the supreme court’s oral observations were too…

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Mothers who are lawyers seek specific time slots for arguments

The judge said it was his duty to help the youthful mothers who were training before him, who might have had certain difficulties in time slots for arguments. Judge GR Swaminathan of the Madras High Court on Monday issued a notice allowing youthful mothers with particular constraints to apply in advance for a specific period of arguments if they need to be acclimated. However, this is subject to the condition that these attorneys transmit the date and facts, the case law on which they will be based, and the proposal they wish to bring to court a day earlier. Attorneys…

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On adjournments, the integrity of judges cannot be doubted

The court said the integrity of judges cannot be doubted whether the judges were justified in prorogating the trial couldn’t be established simply by looking at the orders and the integrity will not be doubted only based on adjournments. The Madhya Pradesh High Court blazoned while canceling the order forcing a quarter of judges to retire( KC Rajwani v State Of Madhya Pradesh Law & Legislative Affairs). A bench by Chief Justice Ravi Malimath and Judge Vishal Mishra said whether a judge was given due recognition for adjournment couldn’t be determined by simply looking at the order wastes and the number…

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Delhi court denied bail to Mohammed Zubair - Asiana Times

One of the reasons for denying Zubair’s bail application by the Delhi Court was that the police had added charges under the Foreign Contributions (Regulations) Act 2010. Alt News co-founder Mohammed Zubair was refused bail by a Delhi court on Saturday, but not before several controversial events took place before the order was issued. Metropolitan Court Chief Justice Snigdha Sarvaria placed the order at around 1 pm and the order was issued after 7 pm.  One of the reasons for denying Zubair’s bail application was that the police added violations to the Foreign Contributions (Regulations) Act 2010. “Arguing that Zubair’s…

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TMC director Saket Gokhale seeking criminal contempt in the Nupur Sharma case

TMC director Saket Gokhale seeks criminal contempt for OpIndia for allegedly insulting SC regarding oral remarks made in the Nupur Sharma case. On July 1, former BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma went to the Supreme Court to save his life. All she wants is to have an FIR filed against her, so she won’t have to go from town to town to cooperate with the investigation against her. His argument? She received constant death and rape threats, and for security reasons, it would be dangerous for her to travel. The investigation was not refused by her. She did not tell the…

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