School of law, Manipal University Jaipur present 6th International Moot court competition from 17th-18th December in collaboration with Ranka public charitable trust. Registration fee: Rs.1000 INR for Indian Participants and 30USD for International Participants. This is going to be a virtual competition. Important Dates: Registration open- 19.10.2020 Last date to
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A transfer plea has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking amendments in the marriageable age of women in the legal system and make the marriageable age for both men and women uniform. The petitioner claimed that the age difference has resulted in aggravating the gender inequality that exists in
The Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google alleging the company of abusing its dominance over smaller rivals by operating like an illegal monopoly. The action represents the federal government’s most significant legal action in more than two decades to confront a technology giant’s power. The lawsuit claims Goggle
The Bombay High Court saw noteworthy arguments and exchanges in the ongoing PIL filed against Media Trials, on account of media coverage, into the issue of death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. A bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice GS Kulkarni heard the matter for the entire day.
The Delhi High Court recently held that students shall have the choice to give exams. The central government had earlier announced that the universities and colleges across the country are required to complete the final semester exams for the final year undergraduate and postgraduate students by the end of September
The Supreme Court ordered an interim stay on an earlier Orissa High Court judgement banning animal sacrifice during the Chatar Yatra at the Manikeswari temple at Bhawanipatna. The High Court had imposed a ban on sacrifice of the animals and birds in and around the precincts of Maa Manikeshwari temple