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Delhi High Court turned down Satyendra Jain’s money laundering case’s bail hearing to a separate court
The decision was made today by Justice Yogesh Khanna, who said that it is more important to take into account the anxieties of the opposing party than the morality or integrity of the judge from whom the case was moved. Satyendra Kumar Jain Satyendar Jain, a Delhi minister, filed an appeal with the Delhi High Court on Saturday, appealing a lower court’s decision to transfer the judge hearing his bail request in a money laundering case to a different judge. The appeal was denied. Justice Yogesh Khanna made the choice today, noting that the issues raised by the opposing side…
Madras High Court requests a statement from the Central government about the digitization of post-mortem reports
In a PIL, a physician from Trichy pleaded with the High Court to order the government to implement the MedLeaPR software architecture in all government institutions. Madras High Court In response to a public interest litigation (PIL) case submitted by a doctor asking for the digitalization of post-mortem reports and other medico-legal papers in government hospitals, the Madras High Court issued a notice to the Central government and the Tamil Nadu government on Friday. The respondent governments were ordered to submit their responses within four weeks by a bench of Acting Chief Justice T Raja and Justice D Krishna Kumar.…
Gopinath P, a single judge, remarked that the Tribunal had rejected a plea filed by the petitioner without appointing an attorney commissioner as the High Court had instructed. Kerala High Court In Aliyumma v. Union of India & Ors., the Kerala High Court issued a notice to the Presiding Officer of the Debt Recovery Tribunal-I, Ernakulam, for allegedly making an order that was “prima facie contemptuous.” Gopinath P, a single judge, remarked that the DRT had rejected a petitioner’s plea without designating an advocate commissioner as the High Court had instructed. The Presiding Officer was therefore given notice by the…
The court concluded from the society’s memorandum of association that its stated goal of improving ecology was false. BOmbay High Court In a recent case (Sarthi Seva Sangh and Anr. vs. Mumbai Municipal Corporation and Ors.), the Bombay High Court fined a petitioner Rs. 1 lakh in costs for bringing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) for petty, selfish, and unrelated motives that had no connection to the public interest. Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice Madhav J Jamdar’s bench heard the appeal against the redevelopment of a site in Worli. The bench instructed the petitioner to present a copy of…
The subject of court pending cases has received a lot of attention throughout the years. But according to statistics from the National Judicial Data Grid, there are many phases and kinds of cases to take into account when analysing the issue of judicial pendency in the nation.
The SC bench found it annoying because the hearing duration is increased each time a new party enters a plea in a proceeding. The Supreme Court voiced its disapproval of many lawsuits being brought on the same problem on Friday while hearing an appeal contesting elements of the National Commission for Minorities Act. A bench chaired by Chief Justice of India UU Lalit said, “Parties read something in the papers and rush to the court.” The petitioner’s attorney notified the court that a case very identical to this one was already ongoing; as a result, the present case should be…
Supreme Court: Citizenship Act Can an applicant under Section 9(2) be deported without being heard?
Image Source” wikipedia.org In Akil Piplodwala v. DSP and ors, the Supreme Court will consider whether Section 9(2) of the Citizenship Act permits deportation without a decision on a person’s citizenship application. According to Section 9(2), any doubts about if, when, or how an Indian citizen obtained the citizenship of another nation must be settled via the presentation of evidence before the person’s citizenship is revoked. A Gujarat citizen who feared deportation to Pakistan filed a complaint, and a bench of Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala requested a response from the Gujarat government and the Union Home Ministry. The…
Delhi High Court issues a Directive to the school to permit the unvaccinated instructor to return to work
Delhi High Court ordered a private school on Friday to permit an unvaccinated teacher to continue work after a member board established by AIIMS In RS Bhargava v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi, the Delhi High Court ordered a private school on Friday to permit an unvaccinated teacher to continue work after a member board established by AIIMS, New Delhi stated that he was more likely to experience an adverse response to the Covid-19 vaccine. The private school was ordered by Justice Rekha Palli to permit the petitioner instructor to resume his work and disburse his remuneration with a 10%…
In relation to compliance with the Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016, and other environmental issues, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday ordered the State of Punjab to pay 2,180 crores as environmental compensation
[False charges of sexual harassment] The Delhi High Court rejects Sarvjeet Singh’s request for an investigation into Jasleen Kaur.
Jasleen Kaur and Sarvjeet Singh The St Stephens College student Jasleen Kaur accused Sarvjeet Singh of sexual harassment and abuse at a traffic light in Delhi in 2015, however, the Delhi High Court rejected his request for a criminal investigation [Sarvjeet Singh v State (NCT of Delhi) and Anr]. When significant media coverage of the event, Singh was finally found not guilty of all counts in 2019 after the judge granted him the benefit of the doubt. He then filed a motion with the trial court asking for a criminal investigation of Kaur for allegedly providing fraudulent testimony and information.…
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