The petition filed by Naresh Kumar, through his counsel Advocate Amit Kumar Sharma and Satyam Rajput alleged that the selection Committee of PCI has deliberately and arbitrarily ignored the petitioner’s participation in Tokyo Paralympics in the R7 event, even though h fulfilled all the required criteria for the same.
The Nirbhaya Case(Mukesh v. State NCT of Delhi), involved the gang rape and the murder of a paramedical student in New Delhi in December 2012. One of the accused in the case was 17 years old at the time of the commission of the crime. Thus, owing to juvenile laws at that time, the teenager was not awarded severe punishment in comparison to other rapists. Other rapists were awarded death sentences.
The 97th constitutional amendment introduced part IX B restricting the power of state legislatures in cooperative societies. The amendment laid down several mandates from which the state cannot deviate. The Gujarat High Court in its 2013 judgment ruled that the cooperative society is under entry 32 list II of the 7th schedule and in order to make changes, it requires the ratification of at least one-half of the state legislature under article 368(2) of the constitution. Not doing the same will amount to encroachment in the state legislatures and an attempt to shift the subject of cooperative societies from state list to union list.
SC overrules Bombay HC’s order, Candidates on late submission of degree certificate do not qualify for UPSC Mains
The Bombay High Court in its order had set aside the cancellation of candidature of the petitioners who had failed to submit their degree certificates while applying for UPSC Mains. The petitioners had qualified for the UPSC preliminary exam and were qualified for UPSC Mains. The petitioners had then taken the UPSC Mains Examination but their results were withheld as they did not submit their degree certificates while applying for Mains. They were intimidated and told that their candidature stands canceled.
“We direct the State of Kerala to give heed to Article 21 read with Article 144 of the Constitution of India and follow our orders given in the Kanwar Yatra case,” a two-judge bench of the Supreme Court said in an Intervention Application filed by the Kerala Government in the Suo moto Kanwar Yatra case of Uttar Pradesh.
We have good laws to protect ancient monuments but the implementation of such laws is inadequate: Bombay High Court
The Court further said that if the authorities devised effective mechanisms by conforming to the laws, the situation and fate of buildings like “Esplanade Mansion” would not have been this as it is today. It even said that much older buildings of the world have been preserved and have maintained the glory of cities with timely maintenance. It added that it is impossible to build such buildings in contemporary times and a positive approach in this regard would go long way in the maintenance and preservation of these buildings.
LeichombamErendro a 40-year-old, activist from Manipur was arrested on May 13, 2021, under the National Security Act over his post on Facebook which stated that “The cure for corona is not cow dung and cow urine” while referring death of State BJP chief SaikhomTikendra Singh due to covid.
The constitutional validity of reservation was rained in the case of Indra Sawhney & Others v. Union of India in which the Supreme Court of India in 1922 upheld reservation for OBCs with exception to the creamy layer’ being excluded from these benefits and ruled that reservations could not exceed 50 percent; anything above which it judged would violate equal access as guaranteed by the Constitution.
Bail Application should balance between social interest and personal liberty of the accused: Special NIA Court Mumbai
It was alleged that Teltumbde was a closely related and an active member of the banned CPI (Moist) Group. Further NIA has accused that Teltumbde was present at the conference of 31 December 2017 which led to caste-based violence at Bhima Koregaon. Thus, he was booked under section 121,121A, 124A, 153A, 505(1)(b), 117, 120b r/w 34 of IPC and sections 13, 16, 17, 18, 18B, 39, and 40 of UAPA along with 14 other activities one of which was Father Stan Swamy.
International Day of Justice is celebrated every year on 17th July across the globe to mark the strong foothold of Justice against International Crime.On this date of 17th July the International Criminal Court ( ICC ) was formally established, after the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1988.