Monthly Archives: September 2019

Fundamental Right under Article 30 of the Constitution cannot be waived

The case had its genesis in the appointment of two teachers to the Khalsa Girls High School in West Bengal. The appointments were rejected by State authorities because the appointments were not made with the sanction of the School Service Commission (SSC) established under the Rules for Management of Recognized Non-Government Institutions (Aided and Unaided), 1969 (1969 Rules). Aggrieved by

BAN ON E-CIGARETTES

Keeping in mind the health of the people of the country and that too especially the youngster of the country the Union Cabinet has recently placed a ban on the e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that produce an aerosol by heating a solution containing nicotine, which is the addictive substance in combustible cigarettes. These include

Written submission in commercial suit

The Delhi High Court in the recent matter of NBCC (INDIA) LTD vs. AIRCON ENGINEERING SERVICES & ORS. has held that period of limitation for filing a written submission in a commercial suit starts from the first service and not subsequent service dates if the bailiff’s report indicates successful service on the first occasion itself.

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