Can a Will’s Probate Be Revoked Beyond Section 263 of the Succession Act? Bombay High Court to Review

A single judge of the Bombay High Court has referred to a larger Bench the question of whether Section 263 of the Indian Succession Act and its illustrations, which address grounds for... Read more »

Justice Ignited: Gujarat High Court Demands Accountability for Rajkot Game Zone Fire

The Gujarat High Court has ordered the State government to establish a fact-finding committee to investigate the May 24 fire at a Rajkot gaming zone and scrutinize the inaction of senior Rajkot... Read more »

Juvenile’s Bail Cannot Be Denied Solely on Seriousness of Alleged Crime: Allahabad HC Rules

The Allahabad High Court recently ruled that the gravity of an alleged crime is not a valid ground under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 (JJ Act) to... Read more »

High Court Ruling: Spouses Empowered to Seek Aid Amid Extramarital Affairs

The Punjab and Haryana High Court recently emphasized the justifiability of seeking external assistance when a spouse is engaged in extramarital affairs. In a recent case presided over by a Division Bench... Read more »
Murder Case

MP High Court Upholds Testimony of 8-Year-Old in Murder Case

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has reinforced the significance of a child’s testimony, ruling that age alone should not invalidate their evidence. Upholding a conviction in a murder case, the court relied... Read more »

Kerala High Court: Contempt Cases Can Proceed Without Judge’s Nod

The Kerala High Court recently held that it can initiate suo motu contempt proceedings even if the judge or court that witnessed the contempt does not act. This ruling came while upholding... Read more »

Delhi High Court Delivers for Domino’s: Interim Relief Granted in Trademark Battle Against Donito’s

The Delhi High Court has restrained a Punjab-based food chain from using the “Donito’s” trademark, finding it deceptively similar to Domino’s Pizza. Justice Anish Dayal ruled that the balance of convenience favored... Read more »

“Exploitation Unveiled!”: Madras High Court Condemns Senior Lawyers for Not Paying Juniors, Calls It a Violation of Fundamental Rights

The Madras High Court recently declared that senior lawyers not paying even a minimum stipend to junior lawyers constitutes exploitation and infringes on the juniors’ fundamental rights. In a ruling on June... Read more »

“Outrageous!”: CAT Rebukes Centre’s Claim That Tribunal Must Obey Government Instructions

In a scathing judgment, the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) recently criticized the Union government and its own Registry for attempting to position the quasi-judicial body as merely an adjunct of the Department... Read more »

Bengaluru Court Extends Prajwal Revanna’s SIT Custody Until June 10

A Bengaluru court on Thursday extended the custody of Janata Dal (Secular) Member of Parliament (MP) Prajwal Revanna with the Special Investigation Team (SIT) until June 10. This extension was granted by... Read more »