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SC: Last Seen Together Cannot Be A Sole Basis of Conviction For Murder Cases...

The Supreme Court on 16th April, 2018 while setting aside the judgment delivered by Madars High Court said that last seen theory cannot be...

Income Tax Rules, 1962 amended to Give Recognition to Transgender

The centre amended the Income Tax Rules, 1962 to give an independent category of gender for obtaining Permanent Account Number (PAN). PAN is a...

SC: Imposing a Condition of Domicile for Admission to MD, MS & Post-Grad Diploma...

The Supreme Court on 4th March, 2018 declared Clause 4 of the Information Bulletin jointly issued by Directorate of Medical Education, Government of Karnataka...

Gujarat High Court upheld marital rape to be criminalized

Gujarat High Court acquitted a man accused of raping his wife on the basis ground of lack of law on marital rape. The court...

SC Upholds Constitutional Validity Of Section 70 Of Information Technology Act, 2000

The Supreme Court on 27th March rejected an appeal challenging the constitutional validity of Section 70 of the Information Technology Act 2000, which gives...

SC Declares S.4(3)(b) Of BPWC Arbitration Tribunal Act Unconstitutional, Finds It Inconsistent With Rule...

The Supreme Court, has declared Section 4(3) (b) of the Bihar Public Works Contracts Arbitration Tribunal Act, 2008, unconstitutional, and has observed that a...

Stay on Trial shouldn’t be more then Six months in Civil and Criminal Cases:...

In what can be termed as a very significant judgment by the Supreme Court, it has directed that all pending cases where stay against...

SC directed temples in Mathura & Vrindavan to give floral waste to shelter homes...

Supreme Court directed temples in Mathura and Vrindavan, to give all flowers offered to the temples to the shelter homes run for widows and...

SC rules, ‘Interference of Khap Panchayat in Marriage of consenting adults is illegal’ (Read...

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said any interference by the Khap panchayats to scuttle marriage between two consenting adults is illegal. A three-judge bench headed...

SC to examine constitutional validity of polygamy, nikah halala; seeks responses from Centre &...

The Supreme Court today agreed to examine the constitutional validity of the prevalent practices of polygamy and 'nikah halala' among the Muslims and sought...
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