Following an order by the Indian government to ban 118 Chinese apps in the country, the popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile was pulled down from prominent app stores. While the Indian gaming community hasn’t taken this well, PUBG Corp finally stepped in with an official statement, giving hope to its fans. The original internal… Continue reading PUBG Unban: PUBG Corp Looking For Indian Partner to Revive Popular Mobile Game in India
This article is written by Divya Singh Yadav, Sneha Asthana & Vivek Yadav On 14th June 2020, the 34-year-old actor, Sushant Singh Rajput was discovered dead at his Bandra house within the urban concentrate on the day, which was claimed to be an instance of suicide by the native police. Mumbai police appeared to have… Continue reading REPORT ON SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT’S CASE
The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday dropped charges under National Security Act against Dr Kafeel Khan, the pediatrician directing his immediate release. Dr Kafeel Khan has been incarcerated in Mathura jail for the last six months. The HC bench comprising Chief Justice Govind Marhur and Justice Saumitra Dayal Singh cancelled his detention in a habeaus… Continue reading Allahabad HC orders Dr Kafeel Khan’s release, sets aside detention order under NSA
After finding Advocate Prashant Bhushan guilty of contempt of Court for his tweets on the Judiciary, the Supreme Court Bench of Justices Arun Mishra, BR Gavai and Krishna Murari finally sentenced him on August 31st, 2020 to a token fine of Rs. 1. The Bench also stated that if Advocate Prashant Bhushan defaults on this… Continue reading Supreme Court fines Advocate Prashant Bhushan with Rs 1
Facts:- The petitioner (father )filed a case on the ground that Hadiya (originally Akhila Ashokan) was deceived into marrying her husband, Mr. Shafin Jahan and forcibly converted to Islam. I.e, He alleged that Hadiya had been misled and forced to become a Muslim. Question of law:- Does the High Court have the power to… Continue reading Hadiya Marriage Case
A letter petition has been sent to the CJI, stating that the Government order directing Universities to compulsorily conduct the examination of final year students is in "sheer violation of the fundamental enshrined in the Constitution of India, as it fails to consider the principles of health, safety, fairness, and opportunity for the students. The… Continue reading ‘Sheer Violation of Student’s Fundamental Right’: Law students write to CJI against MHA order permitting to conduct of university exams.