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Supreme Court refuses to entertain any matter relating to NEET PG medical courses (Read...

Apex Court on this Thursday observed and then come up to a decision that they refuse to interfere with the Medical Council of India’s...

Rajasthan HC quashes PIL against restriction on telecast of Condom Advts by Central Govt

The division bench of Rajasthan HC consisting of Justice G K Vyas and G R Moochandani said the state is within its right to regulate such...

Woman’s body is not a Man’s play thing for False promise of Marriage: Madhya...

A woman's body is not a man's play thing," Madhya Pradesh high court observed on Thursday as it dismissed a petition filed by man accused of...

Karnataka HC sent a Man to Jail for throwing footwear at bench of sub-ordinate...

The Karnataka high court has convicted one B M Shivanna, a resident of Hosadurga taluk in Chitradurga district on the charge of contempt of court for throwing footwear at the bench while the...

Bombay HC nullifies 9-year marriage as woman claimed ‘No sex’ since wedding

A couple from Kolhapur had been fighting legal battles since the day they got married nine years ago—the woman claimed that the man had fraudulently married...

SC: Legal Entitlement Of A Land Necessary For Filing A Suit For Trespassing and...

The Supreme Court on 18th April, 2018 said that Legal Entitlement Of A Land Necessary For Filing A Suit For Trespassing and Illegal Land...

Appeal in Divorce Decree by Consent is also maintainable if signature obtained under coercion...

Allahabad HC had held that the appeal even against a consent decree under such facts and circumstances of the case, where the consent itself...

Court lifts injunction on book about Baba Ramdev ‘godman to tycoon’, Freedom of Speech...

Publisher Juggernaut hailed their victory in court against Baba Ramdev as a “landmark for free speech” after a sessions court lifted the injunction on...

Members of the Chennai Port Trust Co-operative Canteen are entitled to claim same benefits...

The Supreme Court on 27th April, 2018 said that Members of the Chennai Port Trust Industrial Employees Co-operative Canteen Limited working in the canteen...

SC: Delay of Trials, Punishment already undergone & Medicial Infirmity are valid Grounds for...

The Supreme Court on 25th April, 2018 considered long delay Of Trials, Quantum of Punishment Already Undergone and Medicial Infirmity As Valid Grounds For...

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