The Chief Guest at the Inaugural Function on 27.10.2018 was Hon’ble Justice Rajendra Menon, Chief Justice, Del HC. The Chief Guest at the Valedictory Function on 28.10.2018 was Hon’ble Justice R.K. Agrawal, Former SC Judge and President, NCDRC. The ‘Moot Proposition’ was drafted by Mr. Ravi Prakash, Advocate, Supreme Court of India. The Proposition [Abridged] […]Read more "Fourth Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition [India Round], 2018-19"
The 45th Chief Justice of India retired on the 150th Birth Anniversary of Gandhi. Hon’ble Justice Gogoi is his successor. Hon’ble Judges Bobde, Ramana, Lalit, Chandrachud would be the 47th, 48th, 49th, 50th CJI. Chandrachud J. would retire on 10th November, 2024. I wonder who amongst the present Chief Justices (CJs) of High Courts (HCs) can be […]Read more "The Supreme Court, The Chief Justice, The Future"
‘Yes?’ It was the Lover of the Century, Raghu. ‘You have to leave this girl. It’s been too long.’ ‘I am so over her.’ 5 WhatsApp Messages, Zara Lone: ‘It’s my birthday. I hope you remember.’ 9th February. ‘This is insane,’ Saurabh kept chanting. ‘Ready?’ I said, putting on my helmet. ___ The victim is […]Read more "The Zara Lone Case"
“The Bill of Lading makes it clear that the ‘Merchant’ expressly agrees to be bound by all the terms, conditions, clauses and exceptions on both sides of The Bill of Lading whether typed, printed or otherwise. The Arbitration Clause is Clause 25, printed and annexed to The Bill of Lading. The Respondent has expressly agreed […]Read more "Section 7(5) of The Arbitration Act III"
“As early as in 1975, a Four Judge Bench of this Court in Pratap Narain Singh Deo v. Srinivas Sabata, (1976) 1 SCC 289 speaking through Shingal J. has held that an employer becomes liable to pay compensation as soon as the personal injury is caused to the workman in an accident which arose out […]Read more "The Revival of Ray IX"
“Willie (William) Slaney v. State of Madhya Pradesh, AIR 1956 SC 116 explained the concept of ‘prejudice caused to the accused’ and held: “Trial is not vitiated unless the accused can show substantial prejudice. Some violations of the Code will be so obvious that they will speak for themselves as, for example, a refusal to give the […]Read more "Principles of Natural Justice III"
“This Appeal is filed against the Final Judgment and Order dated 18.12.2007 passed by the High Court of Judicature of Rajasthan. The Appellant is a Government Company, a Sick Company, engaged in manufacture of certain items. The Respondent claimed that he worked with the Appellant Company as a casual helper in its manufacturing plant from 10.06.1976 […]Read more "Compensatory Jusrisprudence of Constitutional Courts VIII : Ghanshyam Sharma"