Monthly Archives: August 2021

Madras High Court

Rather than being abolished, the caste system is perpetuated indefinitely via the reservation system: Madras High Court

Rather than being abolished, the caste system is perpetuated indefinitely via the reservation system: Madras High Court The Madras High Court ruled on Wednesday that; the Constituent Assembly intended the quota system to remain in place only during the early years of Independent India; but it is currently being extended indefinitely through successive revisions, sustaining

Juvenile Justice

Although incomplete, the Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill of 2021 is welcome

Introduction The Indian Parliament passed an amendment bill in July 2021 to strengthen the Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, allowing district magistrates and additional district magistrates to issue adoption orders under Section 61 of the JJ Act, ensuring faster case resolution and increased accountability. Section 15 of the Act, which allows a

Madras High Court

Tamil Nadu should be compensated with Rs 5,600 crores for the reduction of parliamentary seats as a result of successful population control: Madras High Court

Tamil Nadu should be compensated with Rs 5,600 crores for the reduction of parliamentary seats as a result of successful population control: Madras High Court The Madras High Court recently described the reduction in parliamentary seats given to Tamil Nadu in the Lok Sabha as “unfair and unjustified” after the state was able to lower

Supreme Court

Tax appeals must be filed on time, and the Supreme Court has called for an electronic system to track revenue litigation.

Tax appeals must be filed on time, and the Supreme Court has called for an electronic system to track revenue litigation. The Supreme Court on Thursday called for a system to track revenue litigation, lamenting the Union’s ‘500 or 600-day’ delay in submitting appeals, even in legitimate tax cases. The Court urged the Centre to

Indian Army

The Supreme Court has issued an interim order that allows women to take the NDA exam

The Supreme Court has issued an interim order that allows women to take the NDA exam The Supreme Court issued an interim judgment on Wednesday allowing women to sit the National Defence Academy (NDA) admission exam slated for September 5. The outcome would be subject to the petitions’ final adjudication. In a writ case filed

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