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Legal News Shots- Top Interesting Shots of the Day

INDIA – Delhi HC Is Seeking A List 0f UPSC Vacancies For Visually Impaired Persons

The precise amount of vacancies for visually impaired individuals in civil service examinations since 1996 was sought by the Delhi High Court to the Centre. A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Talwant Singh directed the Center to provide information on backlog vacancies for individuals with disabilities, especially visual disabilities, from 1996 onwards. A bench passed the order on a batch of petitions while examining the supposed discrepancies in vacancies for visually challenged individuals in the civil service examinations undertaken by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The Center denied the accusations and submitted a distinct list of vacancies.

INDIA – Justice Nariman Criticized The Amendments To The Arbitration Act, Stating That It Requires Corrections

Justice Rohinton F Nariman criticized the amendments made to the Arbitration Act this year, stating that it has “glare areas that require corrections.” Arbitration law in India took a step forward in 1994 when the Supreme Court took the case of Renusagar Power — Renusagar Power Co.Ltd. v. General Electric Co. 1994 Supp (1) SCC 644—a narrow definition of government policy in arbitration law that makes it more difficult for arbitral awards to be contested in Indian courts, The apex court judge said that while delivering his keynote address yesterday at the Third ICC India Arbitration Day in Delhi. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act was revised last month after both Houses of Parliament passed the bill and was endorsed by the President on 9 August.

INDIA – Blame The Supreme Court For Economic Slowdown ‘: Harish Salve In Discussion With Indira Jaising

Harish Salve (HS) is a prominent Supreme Court lawyer and a luminary of the Indian judiciary and has many feathers in his cap. In addition to constitutional law, it is renowned for its skills in business and tax law. During a free-wheeling discussion with senior lawyer Indira Jaising (IJ), the former Solicitor General spoke about the economic slowdown, demonetization and the environment. Apart from the apex court, he held  “faulty” implementation of the demonetization policy was partially liable for the downswing. He said that the revenue-tax department is practically setting the agenda for the Parliament.

INDIA – Aryans Law College Organized A Seminar On Legal Education In India

Aryans College of Law, Chandigarh, organized a seminar on “Legal Education in India: Problems & Perspectives” at the PhD Chamber, Sector-31, A Chandigarh. Oh. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Deputy Solicitor General of India, was the Chief Guest on occasion. Oh, LL.B. And that’s BA-LL.B. Students from the Aryans College of Law attended the function. Delegates from Manchester Law School also interacted with students about the differences in legal education between India and the United Kingdom. Satya Pal Jain said that the legal profession is the most sacred and noble profession. He guided the students that hard work is the key to achievement, as there are examples of N numbers of individuals who are Rose from tiny families but now serve the country. He also said that an effort should be made to raise the number of judges. Technology should be commonly embraced.

USA – The U.S. Is Ready Emergency Oil Reserves As An Outcome Of Saudi Attacks

The Trump administration said Saturday that it was prepared to tap U.S. emergency oil reserves if required after attacks in Saudi Arabia shut down more than half of the world’s biggest oil exporter’s crude oil production. Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthis claimed responsibility for the attack that killed about 5 million barrels or 5% of worldwide output, but the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for this. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, managed by the Energy Department, is housed in heavily guarded subterranean caverns on the Texas and Louisiana coasts. Under U.S. law, the President may demand an emergency sale from the SPR if the nation is faced with a supply disruption that threatens the economy.

INDIA – Twitter Slams Malala’s Statement On Kashmir: ‘She Keeps Lips Sealed When Sikh Girls Are Abducted’

Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai said on Saturday that she was worried about “reports of 4,000 individuals, including kids, arbitrarily detained and imprisoned” in Kashmir following a decision to repeal Article 370 of the Constitution, calling on leaders to work towards peace in Kashmir. In a series of tweets, Malala said last week that she spoke to individuals residing and working in Kashmir, journalists, human rights attorneys and students-as she directly from the girls living there. Malala uses her Nobel status to speak only about Kashmir. What about the Hindu / Sikh girls being forcibly transformed to Pakistan? Well, what about Baloch? Malala’s statements are mere to please the Pak Army so that she can go back home.

USA – “Trapped” In China, Two Young Americans Desperate To Come Home 

Two young Americans, Victor, and Cynthia Liu are trapped in China, increasingly desperate and depressed because the Chinese authorities have prevented them from leaving for more than a year.The Lius are subject to the so-called “exit prohibition,” and they are not the only ones. Another American citizen, Huang Wan, claims that Chinese authorities are using a “false” legal case to block her from returning to the United States.”China is coercively using exit bans,” the State Department warned, “to force U.S. citizens to participate in Chinese government inquiries, to attract people back to China from overseas, and to assist Chinese officials in resolving civil conflicts in favour of Chinese parties.”

CANADA – RCMP Charges Senior Intelligence Officials With Breach Of The Official Secrets Act Of Canada

The RCMP has accused one of its highest-ranking intelligence officers of illegally storing and communicating classified information, raising concerns of a massive security breach by the national police force that is likely to affect operations law-enforcement agencies in Canada and around the globe. The 47-year-old is facing seven charges under the Security of Information Act and the Criminal Code concerning the alleged infringements between 2015 and 2019. It is charged under the Act that it obtains and prepares information for communication with a foreign entity or terrorist group and that it communicates or confirms “special operational data” to an unknown organization or individual. He is also prosecuted under the Criminal Code for breach of trust.

INDIA – Illegal Detention Of Children In Kashmir: Children’s Rights Experts Move SC, Seek Urgent Intervention Of The Court

A written petition was filed by Enakshi Ganguly and Shanta Sinha under Article 32 of the Constitution, which gives for the right to constitutional remedies. Ganguly is an eminent specialist on child rights, and Sinha was the first chairperson of the (NCPCR) National Commission for the Rights of the Child. The petition referred to press reports on the issue and asked the Court to request a status report and direct the Juvenile Justice Committee of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir to track incidents of detention. The petitioners filed that reports of the potential loss of lives and liberty of kids and of their emotional and intellectual involvement in the dispute were severe enough to merit judicial review.

UNITED KINGDOM – New By-Laws On Street Performance Are ‘disgrace’; Galway buskers

Busker Spud Kennedy is a band singer and guitarist, the Galway Street Club. However, he claims that the famous busking scene in the town is under threat because of new by-laws. His warning comes after the Galway City Council voted in favour of the law restricting busking and street performance. On Monday, the Councilors voted by 12 to 6 in favour of the policies which will come into force at the starting of next year. The laws will prohibit the use of amplification or backup tracks by buskers before 18:00 local time and will also limit so-called “circle acts” that attract crowds. However, speaking to BBC News NI, Mr Kennedy called the laws “a joke” and “a disgrace.”

INDIA – Top Environmental Cases Week Hearing By The Supreme Court

When more than one core of the country’s population is impacted by arsenic-contaminated water, it is the central and state governments ‘ “unreliable constitutional obligation” to provide individuals with clean drinking water, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) said on 11 September 2019. The Court heard a case concerning measures taken to cope with groundwater contamination owing to arsenic and the availability of clean drinking water in Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Punjab and West Bengal. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) adopted a report on the recharge, pollution and regulation of groundwater in Delhi by an autonomous surveillance commission led by former High Court Judge SP Garg. The three-member NGT bench of Justices Adarsh Kr Goel, SP Wangdi and K Ramakrishnan told the committee to proceed its action plan and instructed the officers to assist in the rejuvenation of the lakes.

INDIA – Delhi High Court Asks The Top Cop To Take Action Against SHO Who ‘Coerced Law Grad’

Taking action against the SHO of a Dwarka Police Station, the High Court of Delhi noted it wasn’t in the interests of justice and ordered him, along with the subordinate, to do so. be transferred so that they do not “play with the sentiments of the public.” The court order, which directed Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to transfer the SHO of Mohan Garden Police Station and an ASI-ranked police officer, linked to a complaint filed by a law graduate against both of them for allegedly not taking action against a restaurant serving the hookah and urging him to withdraw his complaint. The directions came on Friday when the court heard a petition submitted to quash the FIR against the police officers.

USA – The Aim Of The Dykema Bill Is To Open The Way For The Adoption Of Research Animals

Animals used for science or medical testing could land on a clear route to caring, long-term housing under a bill once again before the state legislature. The Law often referred to as the Beagle Bill, would require research organizations to enter into partnerships with animal shelters and reception organizations, which would then assist cats and dogs that are no longer used for testing to be put in households. While some organizations are already working to guarantee that pets are adopted and live a comfortable life after being used for research, bill advocates said that there is no national framework to guarantee that practice is common. Three versions of the bill are presented the Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture: Dykema, one by State Rep. Michelle DuBois, D-Brockton, and one by Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr, R-Gloucester.

INDIA – Bombay HC Denies US National Relief In Case Of Molestation Of Minors

On Friday (September 13, 2019), the High Court of Bombay (HC) refused to allow a US national convicted of molesting two young girls in Mumbai to travel overseas for 10 months for heart surgery. Justice SS Shinde struck down the permission to Chicago-based 55-year-old granted by child protection from sexual offences (POCSO) court, as such court is needed to finish the trial within one year of registration of the crime. The HC has now directed the court to bring charges against the accused within three weeks and to complete the trial expeditiously. The accused was charged with sexual harassment of two girls, aged 14 and 15, of a close relative.

INDIA – The Bombay High Court Claim, The Mere Possession Or Storage Of Tobacco Can’t Fall Within The Scope Of Danger

Claiming that “mere possession or storage” of tobacco and its products can not fall within the purview of “danger,” on Friday, the High Court of Bombay extended relief to two charged held for possession of gutka. The Division of Justices Ranjit More and Bharati Dangre quashed sections 328 (caused by poison, etc., with intent to commit an offense) and 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servants) of the IPC, among other allegations, “there is no doubt that tobacco and its products are harmful to human life and safety. In March, the FIR was recorded against Anand Chaurasia and Vijay Chaurasia, the petitioners in the case, after gutka and paan masala pouches were discovered from their residence and during the raid.

INDIA – Madras HC Ordered Action Against Officials After A Female Died Owing To An Illegal Banner

On Friday (September 13, 2019), the High Court of Madras ordered the Tamil Nadu government to take disciplinary action against officials for failing to avoid illegal flex boards in Pallikaranai. It comes after an illegal banner dropped on a 23-year-old Subashree techie that killed her on Thursday. The event took place on the Pallavaram Thoraipakam Radial Road. The High Court also ordered the state government to pay provisional compensation to the victim’s relatives for Rs 5 lakh. The court said that the cash should be retrieved from officials who have failed to avoid illegal flex boards in the city.

INDIA – Madras High Court Held That The Partner Has Every Right To Sue The Other Partner(s)

Partner in a partnership firm is entitled to sue other partners, the High Court of Madras kept a significant order, while allowing BR Srinivasa Rao, one of the partners in Cauvery Hospital, to take measures to remove the hospital from its present premises in Villivakkam. According to VS Suresh, Rao’s partners were his close relatives. After some conflicts erupted in the family, Rao tried to evict the hospital from the premises. However, the lower courts dismissed his plea, which led him to move the High Court. Justice Saravanan of the High Court ruled that under section 14 of the Partnership Act, the properties of the firm include all property rights and interests included in the firm’s stock. It can’t be said that Rao can’t exercise an independent right over the property settled by his father to him. Therefore, it cannot be said that Rao can’t claim rent or seek the evacuation of the hospital from the premises simply because he is also a partner in it.

INDIA – Levelling Of False Charges Can Be Interpreted As Cruelty In Marriage, Says Punjab and Haryana HC

Even a single act of physical violence or levelling false charges at times “can be said to be unpardonable” to fulfil the test of cruelty in a marriage conflict, the High court of Punjab and Haryana said. “There can be no fixed standard by which the nature and degree of cruelty can be measured,” said the division bench of Justices Rajan Gupta and Manjari Nehru Kaul, while refusing to reverse the divorce order given to the Rewari man in 2015 by the lower court. His wife had challenged the order of divorce. In 2010, the woman lodged a case of cruelty against the man and his family, leading to the conviction of the husband

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