INTRODUCTION According to section 1 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 it “extends to the whole of India, except the state of Jammu and Kashmir”. […]
The Supreme Court as the Final Pedestal of Justice: How Effective Is It in Protecting the Right to Life and Liberty?
A law may be described as an assemblage of signals declaring a will, conceived or accepted by the sovereign at a certain point in time, […]
Facts- The case starts from the time Mr. N. L Patel was appointed as the Chief Judicial Magistrate. After being appointed as the CJM he […]
INTRODUCTION According to Section 4 of the Indian partnership Act 1932, a firm is the collective name of people who have entered into the partnership […]
The Cell submitted its report to the Administrative Committee. Committee initiated disciplinary proceedings against the petitioner and during the tenure he was placed under suspension.
India is the world’s largest democracy, with 1.2 billion people, and is expected to be the world’s most populous country by 2050. Where India makes […]
The misconduct of the appellant is that he has assaulted or attacked his opponent, Mr Radha Shyam in the courtroom with a knife under section 24(a) of the advocate act 1961 a person
Article 44 of the Constitution lays down that the state shall endeavour to secure a UCC for the citizens throughout the territory of India.
Article 44 is one of the Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP).
The timeline of this case goes back to 2019 when Future Retail had signed a bond with Amazon, the American e-commerce giant, letting Amazon acquire Future Coupons, a giant 49 per cent stake. Future Coupons was a promotor group of Future Retail. This indicates that Amazon indirectly owned 3.58 per cent of Future Retail.
This was followed by another setback for the Maratha community in 2020, where on the 9th of September, the Supreme Court decided to stay the quota provided to the Maratha community, calling it unconstitutional and saying that this reservation violated the provisions set under Article 14 of the Constitution of India. The Supreme Court further said that till the verdict came out, no further reservation would be provided to the Maratha community, while those who had already availed the reservation benefits in the past would remain unaffected. Ultimately, on the 5th of May, 2021, the Supreme Court once and for all, quashed the provision of reservation for the Marathas, which has become the reason for the recent outrage and hustle.
Financial Institutions are of the view that bitcoin is a disruptive technology and there is a concern that it could be threatened or even destroy the traditional financial transaction institutions.