Bombay High Court: The Court ruled that the delay of commercial suit will be accepted with the sufficient cause under the provision of Limitation Act, 1908.

Bombay High Court: The Court ruled that the delay of commercial suit will be accepted with the sufficient cause under the provision of Limitation Act, 1908.

The Bombay High Court has focused on the allowance of the commercial suit file under the commercial dispute which itself doesn’t prescribe the period of limitation and stated that the limitation act will be applied.  The Court highlighted that the rules of limitation are not means to destroy the rights Read more…

Kerala High Court: The Court reassured that the statute of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 gives equal protection to both minor and major transgender.

Kerala High Court: The Court reassured that the statute of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 gives equal protection to both minor and major transgender.

The High Court said that the hormone therapy is a legal treatment availed by the transperson without the discrimination of age and any other criteria under the protection of transgender rights act. The Court observed that the State Government’s affidavit about the existence of transnational forced gender change gang and Read more…

FILMMAKERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘DISABLING HUMOUR’ AND DISABILITY HUMOUR, SAYS THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

FILMMAKERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘DISABLING HUMOUR’ AND DISABILITY HUMOUR, SAYS THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Creates a framework for portraying disabled people in media. The Supreme Court of India recently discussed and came to a judgment regarding the controversy surrounding the movie “Aankh Micholi.” A disability activist, Nipun Malhotra filed a petition claiming that the film featured discriminatory and demeaning content about PwDs- Persons with Read more…

Bombay High Court: Families where the breadwinners are addicted to alcohol will likely experience financial strain and social problems.

Bombay High Court: Families where the breadwinners are addicted to alcohol will likely experience financial strain and social problems.

The Bombay High Court has ruled that the arrest of a woman bootlegger who repeatedly engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of country-made liquor which endangers the lives of people in the vicinity. Based on facts and circumstances, the witnesses presented the Commissioner of Police’s decision to detain the suspect Read more…

Supreme Court : The Court Rebucks NIA for Four Years Delay In Trial, “Don’t Make Mockery of Justice” Emphasized On The Right of Accused to  Speedy Trial. 

Supreme Court : The Court Rebucks NIA for Four Years Delay In Trial, “Don’t Make Mockery of Justice” Emphasized On The Right of Accused to  Speedy Trial. 

The Court set aside the order passed by High Court judicature at Bombay on 5th February 2024.  Where lower Court declined the release of appellant on connection with the provisions of  Unlawful Activities of Prevention Act 1967.  The matter was heared on 3rd July 2024 by the vacation bench comprising Read more…