Category: Law of Torts


The Delhi High Court in the case of [Sanjay Pandey v Directorate of Enforcement]  Wherein, Justice Jasmeet Singh held that phone calls cannot be recorded without the consent of an individual under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, and guaranteed the demand of right to privacy. In the case of [KS Puttaswamy v Union Of

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

If Govt Comes In Total Control Of Judges’ Appointments, We’ll Be Heading For Disaster : Former Supreme Court Judges On Law Minister’s Comments

Why the Supreme Court Collegium under CJI DY Chandrachud will have six judges instead of five till May 2023 The Collegium’s strength has been raised to six to make space for CJI Chandrachud’s successor Justice Sanjiv Khanna, who is not currently one of four seniormost puisne judges of the Supreme Court. The Collegium under Chief

Significant challenges in applying POCSO to cases involving relationships between young adults because of the definition of “Child”: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday observed that it has faced certain difficulties while considering the applicability of Protection Of Children From Sexual Offences, 2012 (POCSO) Act in cases where girls slightly below 18 years enters into physical intimacy with another adult. The petition was filed in opposition to a Madras High Court ruling

The Supreme Court rejected Nupur Sharma's appeal after she stated that "FIRs and death threats were a clear and coordinated campaign aimed at silencing me."

Even a Trespasser Could Obtain Injunction If The Possession Is Established: SC

Even a Trespasser Could Obtain Injunction If The Possession Is Established: SC   The Supreme Court had upheld a decision made by The Madras High Court judgment regarding the decreeing an injunction suit over an established possession of a property by a trespasser. The Bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy, and MR Shah stated that “The

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