Monthly Archives: May 2020

Petition to challenge mandatory imposition of Hindi

A group of five advocates who is practicing out of courts of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, have challenged the Constitutionality of the Haryana Official Language (Amendment) Act, 2020 which is contended to have “arbitrarily” made Hindi as the official language of courts in Haryana. Lawyers Sameer Jain, Sandeep Bajaj, Angad Sandhu, Suvigya Awasthi, and

Capital Punishment in India

Introduction  In India, the Death penalty is a mode of punishment. Under the Indian Penal Code, 1860, eleven offences are punishable with death. For example-Murder, Abetment of suicide by a minor or insane person, dacoity with murder, etc. Capital punishment/death penalty is a govt. sanctioned practice, where the state shall put to death as a

Doctrines of Indian Constitution [Part-2]

Doctrine of Basic Structure The Doctrine of Basic Structure states that the Constitution of India has some basic features that can’t be altered or wiped out through amendments by the parliament. The basic features are not specified by the Judiciary and it is considered that federalism, democracy, secularism, independence of the judiciary, etc. are some

Doctrines of Indian Constitution [Part -1]

Doctrine of Pith and Substance The Union and State Legislatures are made supreme and had their respective spheres and they should not encroach into the spheres of the other. The ‘pith and substance’ of law means ‘the true object of the legislation and statute’. If any law passed by one clash or encroaches upon the

Order for paying school fees and salary to teachers

Punjab and Haryana High Court in the case of Independent Schools’ Association Chandigarh (Regd.) and others v. State of Punjab and others allowed that the schools in the State to collect 70% of the total fee payable by students as interim relief in pleas by school management associations amid the COVID-19 lockdown. Advocate Aashish Chopra

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