Category: Constitution Law

Delhi High Court Declares ‘Bukhara’ A Well-Known Trademark, Says ITC Restaurant ‘Intrinsically’ Connected To Indian Cuisine

The Delhi High Court has declared ITC Limited’s ‘Bukhara’ as a well known trademark under Section 2(zg) read with Section 11(2) of the Trade Marks Act and directed the Registrar to add it to the list of well-known trademarks upon completion of requisite formalities. Justice Prathiba M. Singh in the judgment said that certain trademarks

Constitution does not force citizens to choose between rights or culture, we must accommodate one another: CJI DY Chandrachud

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Saturday said that the Indian Constitution does not force its citizens to choose between rights or culture. The CJI was speaking at the Constitution Day event held at the Supreme Court. During his speech, he said that the Constitution includes social, cultural and religious aspects in its goal to achieve

Collegium: CJI DY Chandrachud says no institution perfect in Constitutional democracy; judges faithful soldiers who implement Constitution

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud (CJI) on Friday said that no institution is hundred percent perfect in a Constitutional democracy and the Collegium system which is followed for appointing judges, cannot be singled out. The CJI in his speech said that merely reforming Collegium system or increasing the salary of judges will not ensure

Yes Bank Scam: Delhi High Court grants bail to Rana Kapoor

The Delhi High Court on Friday granted bail to Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor in a money laundering case being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). Kapoor was arrested for allegedly sanctioning a loan of over ₹200 crore to a company owned by HDIL promoters Rakesh and Sarang Wadhawan, when he was Chairman of Yes

Two Men Move Supreme Court Seeking Recognition of SAME-SEX MARRIAGE Under the Special Marriage Act

The Supreme Court will hear today, two petitions filed by gay couples seeking recognition of same sex marriage under the Special Marriage Act. The petitions are listed for hearing before a bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud and also comprising Justice Hima Kohli. The lead petition by Supriyo Chakraborty and Abhay Dang, two

Equality Should Commence At Least For The Dead, Need To Break The Shackles Of Casteism : Madras HC Calls For Common Burial Grounds

Bewailing the casteism still prevailing in the country, the Madras High Court noted that even after 75 years of Independence, the government still has to provide separate burial grounds on communal lines. Justice R Subramanian and Justice K Kumaresh Babu observed that the government should ensure that at least the burial grounds should be made

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