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"Cohabitation between two consenting heterosexual adults doesn’t amount to any offence," Says Allahabad High Court.

This verdict was passed by a Bench of Justices Anjani Kumar Mishra and Prakash Padia in a writ petition case filed by Petitioner no.1 Kamini Devi along with Petitioner no.2 Ajay Kumar, seeking order to ensure that the family members of Kamini Devi do not interfere and harass them in any manner.

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Supreme Court Postpones Advocate -on- Record Exam to June 2021

No AoR exams will be conducted this year in view of the rising number of COVID 19 cases.

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[COVID] Total Ban on Sale, Use of Firecrackers Across Cities Where Air Quality is Poor

During Christmas, and New Year, green crackers can be used from 11:55 pm to 12:30 am only at places where air quality is 'moderate' or below, the NGT said.

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Kangana Ranaut Gets Legal Notice Over Misidentifying Shaheen Bagh Activist

Notably, Ms Ranaut had deleted her tweet allegedly misidentifying the woman after she was slammed for the same on social media.

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Tweets With Cartoons Attached are in Contempt of SC: AG While Grating Consent to Initiate Contempt Proceedings Against Rachita Taneja

In light of the allegations made, AG K.K. Venugopal said, “Taneja's tweets portray that the Supreme Court of India was biased towards the ruling party."

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Former ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochhar’s Plea Challenging her Termination Dismissed in Supreme Court

The Bench of Justices Hrishikesh Roy, Dinesh Maheshwari and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, refused to intervene into the Bombay High Court’s dismissal Chanda Kochhar’s petition filed against her termination.

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Lawyers in Mumbai not Keen on Resuming Physical Hearings From December 01, 2020

The lawyers in their application seem to be in favour of starting a hybrid system involving a mix of physical and virtual courts. The Bombay Bar Association assured of setting up a flawless virtual system with the help of technical assistance.

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Delhi Riot Victims Call Delhi Government's Assistance Scheme as Discriminatory and Arbitrary

The amount of compensation prescribed in the assistance scheme is not commensurate in comparison with the financial losses and trauma suffered by the victims of the communal violence.

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Allahabad HC Dismisses Bail Pleas of Samajwadi Party Leader Azam Khan & His Disqualified MLA Son Mohammad Abdullah Khan

The Single Judge Bench of Justice Suneet Kumar pointed to the deep-rooted misuse of influence prevailing in the system while rejecting the bail plea. It has asked the applicant party to apply for bail after the witnesses have been examined by the Court.

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[Suo Motu Cognisance] Gujrat Government is Answerable, Says Supreme Court on Tragic Fire Incident at Rajkot COVID Hospital

It has been reported that six COVID19 patients have lost their lives because of the fire outbreak. Further Court expressed shock over the recurring nature of the fire incident in the same hospital.

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