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SC set aside triple talaq- Download Judgment

Shayara Bano Vs Union of India and others (Supreme Court of India)

Supreme Court of India on Tuesday in the case of Shayara Bano Vs Union of India and others has set aside the practice of Triple Talaq by a 3:2 majority. Justices Kurian Joseph, UU Lalit and RF Nariman delivered the majority Judgment. Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar and Justice S. Abdul Nazeer dissented. ...

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Not asked Jethmalani to use objectionable words For Jaitley: Kejriwal

Mr. Arun Jaitley Vs Mr. Arvind Keriwal & Ors. (Delhi High Court)

Extract of Reply Submitted by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi High Court in which he stated that  he never asked senior advocate Mr. Ram Jethmalani to pose objectionable questions to Mr. Arun Jaitley or use objectionable words while recording of evidence in the Rs. 10-crore defamation suit initiated by Mr. Arun Jaitley....

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No Action Can Be Taken against Tobacco Manufactures under FSSAI Act as it’s not a food product

Jayavilas Tobacco Traders LLP Vs The Designated Officer (Madras High Court)

The only submission made by the learned counsel for the petitioners is that the sale of tobacco would not attract the provisions of the enactment. He further submits that as per Rule 2.3.4 of the Food Safety and Standards (Prohibition and Restrictions on Sales) Regulations Act, 2011, tobacco shall not be used as ingredients in […]...

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PIL challenges 12% GST on Sanitary Napkins: [Read Petition]

Zarmina Israr Khan Vs Union of India & Anr. (Delhi High Court)

Petitioner is filing this Public Interest Litigation before this Hon’ble Court seeking recourse against the patently discriminatory and illegal treatment being meted out to the women of India by the unconstitutional and illegal imposition of a Goods and Services Tax at a high rate of 12% on sanitary napkins....

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In absence of Original WhatsApp Forward Can’t be treated as Document

National Lawyears Campaign Vs Union of India & ORS (Delhi High Court)

What they believe to be information is a post circulated on WhatsApp platform or an alleged translation in a website. The alleged information is not claimed to be true to their knowledge. It is not even stated in the petition as to how the petitioners have formed a reasonable belief that the alleged post or the translation could be true o...

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Allahabad High Court Summons parties Through Whatsapp

Rohitashwa Kumar Agarwal Vs Bar Council Of U.P (Allahabad High Court)

HC directs the learned Senior Advocate for the petitioner to send WhatsApp message to the Chairman, Sri Anil Pratap Singh and Dr. Ram Jeet Singh Yadav, Secretary/the Election Officer on their mobile requesting them to appear before the Court today....

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CIC criticises Casual Approach of I-T Dept. in responding RTI application

Mr. Arun G Jogdeo Vs CPIO ITO, (Central Information Commission)

The Court directed the department to form a Vigilance Cell to ensure that there is a monitoring authority, which would monitor various policy decisions which are taken. It also directed the setting up of a self auditing mechanism to ensure that the income tax assessees are not made to run from pillar to post for the purpose of redressal o...

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Why BCCI not been made Public Authority Under RTI Act?: CIC

Subhash Chandra Agarwal Vs PIO, Department of Sports (Central Information Commission)

Central Information Commissioner, Prof. M Sridhar Acharyulu, in the case of Subhash Chandra Agrawal Vs. PIO, Department of Sports, declared the BCCI to be a public authority and directed the Board to disclose information sought by the RTI applicant....

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Bombay HC Restrains Amul From broadcasting TV Ads expressing opinion on Kwality Walls ice cream

Hindustan Unilever Limited Vs Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation ) Ltd., (Bombay High Court)

The Bombay High Court has restrained Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd (GCMMF), which markets ice cream under brand name Amul, from broadcasting two television advertisements as they were disparaging towards plaintiff’s product, Kwality Walls....

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Inadequacy of consideration is not a ground for cancelling of a contract

Trilok Nath Vs Khem Chand & ORS. (Delhi High Court)

Unfortunately undervaluing of immovable properties so as to either pay less stamp duty or for other reasons of concealment of income etc, is ripe in this country, however, the appellant/plaintiff cannot take any benefit of the same in view of the provision of Section 25 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and which specifies that inadequacy ...

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