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Kumod Mishra filed the appeal that challenges the order of the trial court where he was convicted under Section 376 (2)(n) of the Indian Penal Code and section 4 of the POCSO act. Central Government, State Government, Delhi High Court, Aam Aadmi Party, Home Guard, Chief Justice, Political News, The Life, No Response

Delhi High Court acquits POCSO convict, says evidence must be of unimpeachable quality

Kumod Mishra filed the appeal that challenges the order of the trial court where he was convicted under Section 376 (2)(n) of the Indian Penal Code and section 4 of the POCSO act.

A Delhi Court on Wednesday exempted former finance minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti from appearing in person in a money laundering case against them, pertaining to the INX Media deal case. Delhi High Court, Constitutional Law, Money Laundering, Supreme Court, Wednesday, Finance, Medical, Medicine, Economics

Delhi court exempts Chidambarams from appearing-in-person in INX Media case

A Delhi Court on Wednesday exempted former finance minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti from appearing in person in a money laundering case against them, pertaining to the INX Media deal case.

Kumod Mishra filed the appeal that challenges the order of the trial court where he was convicted under Section 376 (2)(n) of the Indian Penal Code and section 4 of the POCSO act. Central Government, State Government, Delhi High Court, Aam Aadmi Party, Home Guard, Chief Justice, Political News, The Life, No Response

Delhi High Court acquits POCSO convict, says evidence must be of unimpeachable quality

Kumod Mishra filed the appeal that challenges the order of the trial court where he was convicted under Section 376 (2)(n) of the Indian Penal Code and section 4 of the POCSO act.

Krishna Murti filed the appeal challenging the Judgement of a trial court in which he has been convicted under section 363 IPC with section 8 of the POSCO act. Delhi High Court, Constitutional Law, Gernal Knowledge, Court Order, Teacher Thank You, Accusations, Survival Skills, Trials, Did You Know

Delhi HC upholds trial court order against man convicted under POCSO

Krishna Murti filed the appeal challenging the Judgement of a trial court in which he has been convicted under section 363 IPC with section 8 of the POSCO act.

If the parties have compromised and settled the matter amongst themselves in the given facts and circumstances then the courts have the power to quash the complaint otherwise it will cause a prejudicial effect on the accused and would lead to grave injustice to the accused. Delhi High Court, Union Territory, Constitutional Law, Court Order, Chief Justice, Adoption Process, Political News, International News, Corona

Delhi HC quashes FIR after man-complainant arrive at compromise

If the parties have compromised and settled the matter amongst themselves in the given facts and circumstances then the courts have the power to quash the complaint otherwise it will cause a prejudicial effect on the accused and would lead to grave injustice to the accused.

The Delhi High Court will on May 5 hear the appeal filed by former External Affairs Minister M J Akbar against the trial court order acquitting journalist Priya Ramani in a defamation case filed by the politician for tarnishing his image in the wake of MeToo movement. Delhi High Court, Indian Constitution, Social Stigma, Court Order, Equal Opportunity, Two Decades, Accusations, Other Woman, Affair

Delhi High Court adjourns hearing on MJ Akbar’s appeal challenging journalist Priya Ramani’s acquittal in criminal defamation case

The Delhi High Court will on May 5 hear the appeal filed by former External Affairs Minister M J Akbar against the trial court order acquitting journalist Priya Ramani in a defamation case filed by the politician for tarnishing his image in the wake of MeToo movement.

Former Union minister M J Akbar has moved the Delhi High Court challenging a trial court order acquitting journalist Priya Ramani in the criminal defamation case filed against her over the allegations of sexual harassment. Delhi High Court, Social Stigma, Right To Privacy, The Verdict, Court Order, Constitutional Rights, News India, Other Woman, Current Events

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Former Union minister M J Akbar has moved the Delhi High Court challenging a trial court order acquitting journalist Priya Ramani in the criminal defamation case filed against her over the allegations of sexual harassment.

The Delhi High Court has issued notice in a public interest litigation filed seeking a direction to the Reserve Bank of India to regulate online digital lending applications and platforms charging exorbitant interest on loan from borrowers. Delhi High Court, Bank Of India, The Borrowers, Platforms, Public, App, Digital, Apps

Delhi HC issues notice on plea to regulate online lending apps

The Delhi High Court has issued notice in a public interest litigation filed seeking a direction to the Reserve Bank of India to regulate online digital lending applications and platforms charging exorbitant interest on loan from borrowers.

As the farmers’ protest against the Centre’s three laws entered the 50th day on Thursday, former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repeal the four laws in a bid to prevent the violence that might ensue on January 26 in the wake of farmers’ tractor rally. Delhi High Court, Contempt Of Court, Watch News, Court Judge, Latest World News, Latest News Headlines, Republic Day, Latest Sports News, Political News

Markandey Katju writes to PM Modi: Repeal farm laws now, prevent violence on Republic Day

As the farmers’ protest against the Centre’s three laws entered the 50th day on Thursday, former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repeal the four laws in a bid to prevent the violence that might ensue on January 26 in the wake of farmers’ tractor rally.

The Data Protection Bill has been in the pipeline for a couple of years and it is a mystery when it will become an Act. Justice BN Srikrishna had led the committee that drafted the Personal Data Protection Bill. An insight into the Bill and an analysis of it based on an interaction with the esteemed judge throws more light on the Bill. Chief Justice Of India, Delhi High Court, Legal System, Use Of Technology, District Court, Data Protection, Research And Development, News India

Amid WhatsApp privacy concerns, the draft Data Protection Bill comes to mind

The Data Protection Bill has been in the pipeline for a couple of years and it is a mystery when it will become an Act. Justice BN Srikrishna had led the committee that drafted the Personal Data Protection Bill. An insight into the Bill and an analysis of it based on an interaction with the esteemed judge throws more light on the Bill.

The Delhi High Court adjourned a public interest litigation filed seeking direction to ensure that no birds are slaughtered in and near Ghazipur poultry market. Delhi High Court, Bird Flu, Constitutional Law, Poultry, Public, Birds, Marketing, Backyard Chickens, Bird

With Ghazipur poultry market shut, Delhi HC adjourns PIL seeking stay on bird slaughter

The Delhi High Court adjourned a public interest litigation filed seeking direction to ensure that no birds are slaughtered in and near Ghazipur poultry market.

Our first issue of 2021, marking the seventh eventful year of our publication in its current avatar, is laden with a wealth of original, information-packed interviews, analyses and breaking news articles that have become our indelible hallmark, distinguishing India Legal from competitors. Chief Justice Of India, Do The Needful, Delhi High Court, Positive News, Indian Government, Legal System, Before Marriage, Choose Wisely, News Articles

New Year, Richer Fare

Our first issue of 2021, marking the seventh eventful year of our publication in its current avatar, is laden with a wealth of original, information-packed interviews, analyses and breaking news articles that have become our indelible hallmark, distinguishing India Legal from competitors.

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to take action against Google Pay alleging that it has unauthorized access to Aadhaar data and stores it as well in violation of norms. Fake News Articles, Delhi High Court, Christian Missionary, Central Government, Constitutional Law, Private Hospitals, The Agency, Private School, Supreme Court

PIL against Google Pay alleging it accesses, stores Aadhaar data without authorisation

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to take action against Google Pay alleging that it has unauthorized access to Aadhaar data and stores it as well in violation of norms.

The Delhi High Court has asked Delhi University that it should generate a digital degree certificate, irrespective of if someone has applied or not applied, students should not be charged and it should be free of cost Student Studying, College Students, Delhi College, University Of Delhi, Delhi High Court, Degree Certificate, Educational News, University Professor, Mock Test

Delhi High Court asks DU: Why charge students for issuing digital degrees?

The Delhi High Court has asked Delhi University that it should generate a digital degree certificate, irrespective of if someone has applied or not applied, students should not be charged and it should be free of cost