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Ten Madras High Court lawyers wrote to CJI over a WhatsApp video allegations against judges,threatens by ex-judgeKarnan

Chennai/New Delhi, October 28, 2020: Totally Ten lawyers from the Madras high court had written to Chief Justice of India Justice S. A. Bobde against a former judge of the Calcutta high court, Justice C. S. Karnan, for his alleged 'objectionable remarks' and 'objectionable comments' against women and judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. According to reports, this development comes three days after 10 lawyers from the Madras high court wrote to Chief Justice of India, S.A.Bobde, in relation to a video ....- Read More.

Lawyer in Cornelia, Georgia accused of forging Judge signatures and a prosecutor to get client’s costly ankle monitor removed

Cornelia, Georgia, July 21, 2020: A lawyer in Cornelia, Georgia, is facing criminal charges after he was accused of forging signatures of a judge and a prosecutor to get his client’s costly ankle monitor removed. Lawyer Paul J. York, who is a solo practitioner and solicitor for the city of Cornelia, was charged with two counts of forgery and one count of filing a false document, Law.com reports. He was arrested July 10..........- Read More.

World Economic Forum, Davos 2020: Need to ease regulation for the fintech sector in India for promoting financial inclusion says Advocate Pratibha Jain

New Delhi, June 20, 2020: There is a need to ease regulation for the fintech sector in India for promoting financial inclusion, a lawyer has said while observing that ban on technologies like cryptocurrencies will push them to develop outside the country. While regulations are critical to ensure that fintech solutions are not used for money laundering or terror financing, banning new technologies will prove to be counter productive, advocate Pratibha Jain said at the World Economic Forum in Davos.  .....- Read More.

Apex Court to explore resuming In-Person hearings subject to Advocates joint consent & willingness to appear in person

New Delhi, June 02, 2020: The Supreme Court hinted that it is exploring the possibility of resuming physical courts and asked advocates for their joint consent that they are willing to appear in person. The move comes amid demands from the lawyers' groups that physical hearings - which were suspended in March because of the coronavirus lockdown - should be restarted.  .....- Read More.

 

 

 

 


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All India Law & Judicial Awards - 2020

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Interview & Legal Talk

India's first President Dr Rajendra Prasad's electoral record of max votes in presidential polls shall shine forever.He had got more than 99 per cent votes in presidential polls in 1957. President Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who received more than 98 per cent votes in 1962. Till now,only President of the country Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy was elected unopposed in 1977 without any opposition

..... - UNI ....

 

The 144 - years - old Indian Evidence Act is outdated and should be reformed along the lines of millennia - old Vedas and shastras, Mr. Abhay Bharadwaj, a member of the Law Commission, which advises government on legal reforms

- News18 ....

 

Centre Government should bring new law to set up independent body to appoint judges of Supreme Court and High Courts : SC Judge Justice Shiva Kirti Singh

- Indian Express ....

 

Karnataka’s senior counsel BV Acharya proved his honest long legal battle in Jayalalithaa's DA case that even the rich and mighty are not above the law

- ToI / DC / Hindu ....

 

National Human Rights Commission looking ahead with a hope to earn more teeth to enforce its orders on violations

- EconomicTimes ....

 

NHRC & State Human Rights Commissions, must be "independent" to execute their orders, former Chief Justice of India and Kerala Governor Jus. P Sathasivam

- News18.com ....

 

Each religion would continue to have personal laws says Law Commission Chairman on Uniform Civil Code

 

- IndiaToday ....

 

Judiciary and Executive Mistrust is taking its toll on institutional Legitimacy - YPS

 

- The WIRE ....

 

Supreme Court and Central Government should be above public scuffles : Former Supreme Court Justice Markandey Katju

 

- The WIRE ....

 

Never before have 126 lawyers been suspended in one stroke by the BCI, What prompted this strong action?

 

- The Hindu ....

 

31,035,237 cases pending in all three-tiered judiciary, a Legal logjam: India’s long wait for justice - Alok Prasanna Kumar

- TheBricsPost ....

 

Sedition law ‘necessary’ to stop talks against country: Former Supreme Court Judge Justice N Santosh Hegde

- IE / - IndiaToday / - Hindu ....

 

Anti-National slogans are not sedition, says former Solicitor General Sorabjee

 

- India Today ....

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