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Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution by DME in collaboration with LawEscort

Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution by DME in collaboration with LawEscort

Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME), Noida in collaboration with LawEscort, is organizing a Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution from Monday 6th September 2021 to Saturday 11th September 2021 About DME Delhi Metropolitan Education is a premier educational institute, affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), a State University based in India….

A petition filed in Delhi HC seeking directions to telecom companies and internet service providers to not charge internet bills for closed businesses or households during lockdown

A petition filed in Delhi HC seeking directions to telecom companies and internet service providers to not charge internet bills for closed businesses or households during lockdown

A Writ Petition has been filed in Delhi HC seeking directions to the telecom companies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to not charge any amount from offices, shops, business establishments, and the household which was “compulsorily closed” due to COVID-19 lockdown. The PIL filed by Advocate Amit Sahni, demands to transfer any amount, already collected…

Plea in Delhi HC seeking directions for the safety of sanitation workers amid COVID-19 pandemic

Plea in Delhi HC seeking directions for the safety of sanitation workers amid COVID-19 pandemic

A plea was filed on 23/04/2020 on Thursday in Delhi high court by social activist Harnam Singh through Advocate Mahmood Pracha seeking direction to authorities for safety of the workers who all are disposing of the waste during COVID-19. The petitioner in the plea has asked to direct the concerned authority to “provide protection equipment…

Madras High Court suo moto considers violence at doctor’s burial

Madras High Court suo moto considers violence at doctor’s burial

A special bench comprising of  Justices M Sathyanarayanan and M Nirmal Kumar of the Madras High Court on April 20 on its own took into cognizance of the barbaric incidents  that took place while the body of doctor who served the people suffering from Coronavirus was taken for burial at Velangadu on Sunday. The bench…

HC satisfied with government measures for emergency treatment to non-COVID patients in hospitals

HC satisfied with government measures for emergency treatment to non-COVID patients in hospitals

YASH AGGARWAL & ANOTHER                                    PETITIONER VERSUS UNION OF INDIA & OTHERS RESPONDENT WRIT PETITION IN PUBLIC INTEREST UNDER ARTICLE 226[1] AND 227[2] OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA SEEKING ISSUANCE OF WRIT, ORDER OR DIRECTION IN THE NATURE OF MANDAMUS OR ANY OTHER WRIT, ORDER OR DIRECTION THEREBY DIRECTING THE RESPONDENT TO ISSUE THE DIRECTIONS…

SC: Medical Oxygen IP; Nitrous Oxide IP is ‘Drugs’ under section 3(b)(i) Of Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940

SC: Medical Oxygen IP; Nitrous Oxide IP is ‘Drugs’ under section 3(b)(i) Of Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940

State of Andhra Pradesh v. Linde India Ltd., Civil Appeal No 2230 of 2020, decided on 13.04.2020 The Supreme Court (SC), while supporting the decision of the Andhra Pradesh HC, has held that ‘Medical Oxygen IP’ and ‘Nitrous Oxide IP’ falls within the ambit of ‘drugs’ under Section 3(b)(i) of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and therefore covered under…

Delhi HC allows interim reoccupation to the debtor of property securitized by the bank, due to nationwide Lockdown

Delhi HC allows interim reoccupation to the debtor of property securitized by the bank, due to nationwide Lockdown

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI   Date of decision: 9th April, 2020   W.P.(C) 2958/2020  AJAY KUMAR….. PETITIONER Through: Mr. Neeraj Shrama, Adv. Versus  IIFL HOME FINANCE LTD. ……RESPONDENT The Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) vide the impugned order, in view of the grave situation triumphing within the United States with reference to Covid19 and taking a…

Madras HC dismissed a petition challenging the exemption of print media operations from lockdown to control the spread of COVID-19

Madras HC dismissed a petition challenging the exemption of print media operations from lockdown to control the spread of COVID-19

T. Ganesh Kumar v. Union of India, WP No. 7457 of 2020, decided on 09-04-2020 The petition was filed challenging the exemption given by the Centre to the print media and electronic media by virtue of Notification No. 40-3/2020 dated 24-03-2020. A Division Bench comprising of Justice N Kirubakaran and Justice R Hemalatha made keen observations on the significance…

COVID-19: Delhi HC cancels summer vacation, will remain functional in June

COVID-19: Delhi HC cancels summer vacation, will remain functional in June

Due to the ongoing pandemic and the three-week lockdown announcement, the air is quite numb right now. No one has walked outside their shack and is working from their home. Perhaps, the administrative department is still sleepless at this time due to pandemic, so is the judicial mechanism. The judiciary is also quite active during…

Delhi Riots: Delhi HC directs FSL to expeditiously conduct DNA Test of a charred body

Delhi Riots: Delhi HC directs FSL to expeditiously conduct DNA Test of a charred body

Delhi High Court has issued directions to the Forensic Science Laboratory to quickly conduct a DNA test of a charred body which is stated to be associated with the riots that broke out in northeast districts of Delhi. The Bench comprising of Single judge Justice Vibhu Bakhru has directed the laboratory to conduct the test…