Born with a million-dollar dream to serve the society, Akanksha is pursuing her career in legal studies and currently, she is a 2nd year BA.LLB student from Narsee Monjee Institute of management studies, NMIMS, School of law. A solitary historical traveller by hobby, she has developed a keen interest in content writing from a very early stage of legal education. Akanksha has written a few articles and research paper that pertains to a different field of law and exhibits her art of writing.

Latest Articles By Akanksha

Madras HC Urges Central Government to Consider a Request to Print Subhas Chandra Bose’s Picture on Indian Currency

"We need not say anything on the greatness of Netaji, apart from the contribution made, which starts from his resignation from the coveted post to the creation of Indian National Army. His contribution towards the Indian Freedom movement is unparallel: HC observed.

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Allahabad HC: Writ of Habeas Corpus is a Festinum Remedium and Power Would be Exercisable Only in a Clear Case

Further, relying upon the  Mohammad Ikram Hussain v State of UP and Kanu Sanyal v District Magistrate Darjeeling case, the Court held that the writ of Habeas Corpus is a prerogative writ and an extraordinary remedy.

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J&K Government Issues Notice Imposing Property Tax on Land/Building in Jammu & Kashmir

This will be the first time property tax has been imposed in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Supreme Court’s Suo Motu Case for Probing Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Ex CJI Ranjan Gogoi Listed for Hearing Today

Initially, the case was heard by a Bench which comprised of Justice Gogoi himself. This raised question marks over the independence of the judiciary.

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[Farmer Protests] Deep Sidhu’s Police Custody Extended for 7 Days

According to Delhi Police, Sidhu was the main instigator behind the violence that was organised by protesting farmers. It was also claimed that Deep Sidhu instigated the mob to breach barricades with tractors and deviate from the approved route.

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Delhi HC Grants Bail to Man Accused of Links With Khalistani Organisations

Counsel representing Lovepreet submitted before the court that he was not given that basic right to apply for bail and that there had been an unnecessary delay on the part of the Delhi Police in filing the charge sheet. Also, the 90-day custody period and subsequent extension of the investigation period had expired on November 11, 2020. However, till that date, charge-sheet was not filed.

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Madras HC Implores State Government to Prohibit Alcohol

"Liquor outlet is neither a bookstall nor a grocery shop to be located near a school or a residential area," says Madras HC

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Supreme Court Bars Lawyer's Clerk From SC premises for 3 months After Finding him Guilty of Sexual Harassment

"Mr Ashok Saini has been found guilty and debarred from entering the precincts of the Supreme Court of India for a period of three months from July 1, 2021, till September 30, 2021," the notice issued by GSICC stated.

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SC Dismisses Review Petition Challenging its October 2020 Verdict on Shaheen Bagh Protests

The review plea had further stated that the Apex Court’s verdict would lead to a situation where the administration would never engage in dialogue with protesters but would instead take action against them including their prosecution.

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People who Misuse Political Power to Grab Land Citing Election Expenses Pose a Direct Challenge to Democracy- Madras HC

Avadi Police was ordered to provide instant protection to the petitioner and to take some action against the people involved in land grabbing. The Court further added that the authorities should make sure that no one takes advantage of their status of being affiliated with a political party to grab the land.

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