Legal Opinion Supreme Court

Suo moto after 61 days : Can SC hear hidden tumult inside the  silence of migrants

  The migrants have been making long journeys more than 1000 kms  on foot with hunger after public  transports came to a total halt ..   Earlier after lot of accidents on road and railway tracks had  happened during lockdown involving migrants various PILs knocked Supreme Court doors but it failed to convince the honourable bench comprising Read More…

Children National Supreme Court Travel Voice

Can Indian Judges fail to do their duty : Sr. Advocate Dushyant Dave Speaks

Senior Advocate at the Supreme Court, Dushyant Dave, on Saturday said that in India now, nobody in the government is answerable to anyone and the Judges who have the duty to hold the government accountable have failed in this duty in the last eight weeks.   Recently Indians taken aback  not only by action of   Read More…

Legal National Women

PMCares Scam row : BJP files FIR in Karnataka against Congress President

A case has been registered against Congress President Sonia Gandhi in Karnataka in connection with a tweet posted on the party’s official handle alleging misuse of PM-CARES Fund, police said.   The Sagara town police in Shivamogga district registered the case on Wednesday based on a complaint by Praveen KV, who alleged that @INCIndia, the Read More…

Asia China Legal

Nepal PM initiated border dispute and calls India virus is worst than China, Italy

    In his first address in parliament after the coronavirus outbreak, Oli on Tuesday said, “those who are coming from India through illegal channels are spreading the virus in the country and some local representatives and party leaders are responsible for bringing in people from India without proper testing.”   “It has become very Read More…

Food & Health Industries Supreme Court

Supreme Court bats for Tasmac and revokes Madras High court ban

The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Madras High Court’s order directing closure of liquor stores in the State of Tamil Nadu during the lockdown.   While effectively allowing liquor stores in the State to be reopened from tomorrow, the Bench comprising of Justices L Nageswara Rao, SK Kaul and BR Gavai also stayed the Read More…