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Guru Siradhana

Mr Seradhna is a fourth-year undergraduate student, pursuing B.A.LL.B. (Hons) from Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. He has always been inclined towards legal research and writing, and his interest primarily lies in the subject of corporate laws. However, he is also fascinated by international humanitarian law.

Latest Articles By Guru Siradhana

Government Employee can Undertake Farming as Hobby in Leisure Time Says J&K HC

Amrit Sarin, the insurance company's counsel, claimed that the appellant was a government employee and should not be called an agriculturalist and that the appellant had not provided any proof of the damage caused to the motorcycle.

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UK Court Gives its Nod to Extradite Nirav Modi to India

The judge said there was no evidence to suggest that there would be no justice if Nirav Modi gets extradited.

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Activist Saket Gokhale Seeks AG Venugopal’s Consent to Initiate a Contempt Case Against Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Gokhale submitted that the remarks made by the former CJI constitute a gross contempt of court and undermine the status of the Supreme Court, especially considering that they come from someone who sat on the highest seat of the judiciary but not a layperson.

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Allahabad HC Declares UPPSC’s GIC Principal Selection List as Defective, Asks to Prepare Fresh List

Technically the Commission had included 33 people who have not filed the experience certificate signed by the Joint Director. They have been asked to file the certificate later. Such candidates will be excluded from the selection list and a fresh selection list will be released.

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Bhima-Koregaon Case: Bombay HC Grants Interim Bail to Poet-Activist Varavara Rao on Medical Grounds

if it did not grant bail in the matter, it would fail in its duty to uphold the values of human rights and the fundamental rights of a citizen to life and health, the bench said.

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Delhi High Court Seeks Response from Delhi Government Over Plea Seeking Covid-19 Vaccination for Jail Staff

Sharda Jain, a woman sentenced to life at the age of 63 and having been subjected to about 13 years and 11 months, approached the court seeking vaccination of jail staff including security personnel and the prisoners, especially those who are out on bail.

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Release Passports of Foreign Tablighi Jamaat Members: Delhi Court

The court further said that none of the accused had COVID-19 symptoms as per the list of evacuees, and thus there was no question of any negligent act on their part, that was likely to spread the infection to their knowledge or belief.

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Supreme Court Seeks Response from ECI on Plea to Introduce E-Voting to Enhance Citizen’s Access to Right to Vote

The petitioner also sought to strike down Section 60 (C) of the Representation of People Act, 1951, to the degree that it does not appear to be unfair, unconstitutional, illegal and unreasonable in any other manner.

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PIL in Madhya Pradesh HC Over Waste Generated by Banquet Halls Across Indore

In addition, it was stated in the PIL that the lives of people living next to the banquet halls or in the nearby area becomes difficult on the day of the event because of the noisy music at later hours of the night.

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SC Seeks Centre's Response on Steps Undertaken to Regulate OTT Platforms

"We cannot accept mere contemplations. Everybody contemplates. Notice issued and tagged with a pending case. Submit an affidavit on steps being taken," CJI S.A. Bobde said,

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