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The French Government has passed a law allowing police to remotely activate phone cameras, microphones, and GPS to surveil suspects. The use of these powers requires judicial approval and is limited to six months.

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The Supreme Court of India declined a Public Interest Litigation for the creation of a National Commission for Men, aimed at addressing suicides among married men. The court expressed disinclination, stating the petition portrayed a one-sided picture. The petition was subsequently dismissed.

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The US Supreme Court ruled the affirmative action clause in the admission policies of Harvard University and the University of North Carolina unconstitutional. The court decided that race-based admissions were in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

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The Spanish Supreme Court has deemed a mandatory nudist policy in housing societies as discriminatory and violative of fundamental rights. The ruling states that homeowners and residents cannot be forced into nudity in communal spaces without their consent.

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Case Study: Santhosh v. State of Kerala

Citation: CRL. A. No. 1311 of 2016, Court: High Court of Kerala at Ernakulam Date of Judgement:…

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Case Comment: Understanding Materiality in light of Reliance Life...

Introduction Section 45 of the Insurance Act, 1938 provides that no policy of life insurance shall be…

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Case Summary: Committee of Management Anjuman Intezamia Masajid...

Citation: [2023] 11 S.C.R. 108 : 2023 INSC 702 Case Details: Petitioner: Committee of Management Anjuman Intezamia…

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Case Study: Sushil Kumar v. Union of India & Ors

“National Sports Federations have full autonomy in determination of the selection of athletes for events, provided they…


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Study Notes: Bill of Exchange, Promissory Note and Cheque

Bill of Exchange Bill of exchange is defined under Section 5 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.…

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Case Study: Management, Essorpe Mills Limited v. Presiding...

” A valid notice under Section 22 of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 means deemed conciliation proceedings.”…

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Case Comment: Yahoo! Inc v. Akash Arora & Anr

Citation: 1999 IIAD Delhi 229, 78 (1999) DLT 285 Judicial Forum: Delhi High Court Date of Judgement: 19 February…

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Case Study: P. v. K.

“Divorce on grounds of concealment of impotency.” Citation: AIR 1982 BOM 400 Date of Judgement: 15th July,…

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Case Study: B. N. Firos v. State of Kerala

Citation: 2018 Indlaw SC 535Date of Judgement: 27th March, 2018Bench: Ranjan Gogoi (J), Mohan M. Shantanagondar (J)…

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Case Study: Pinninti Venkataramana And Anr. v. State

Citations:  AIR 1977 AP 43, I.L.R (1976) AP 837 Date of Judgement: 9th August,1976 Bench: J. B…


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What is an Affidavit?

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MLAT: Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty

Meaning: A mutual legal assistance treaty (MLAT) is an agreement between two or more countries for the…

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Case Study: Rangaswami and Another v. Registrar of Trade Unions...

Citation: AIR 1962 Mad 231, 1960 Indlaw MAD 4 Date of Judgement: 4th November, 1960 Bench: Ramachandra…