Article 25 Cannot Be Invoked for Protecting Illegal Structures- Karnataka High Court
The Karnataka High Court has held that the fundamental right to religion as provided under Article 25 of the Indian Constitution does not extend to offering prayer at each and every place
High Court Legal Services, Bengaluru conducts first virtual Lok Adalat: disposes 31 cases
The High Court Legal Services Committee of Bengaluru conducted the first virtual Lok Adalat this week through video conferencing, battling the circumstances faced during the continuing pandemic.
JUSTICE UU LALIT TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SC COLLEGIUM
Justice UU Lalit is all set to become a part of the Supreme Court collegium with effect from 20th July as the fifth senior judge, after the retirement of Justice R Banumathi.
PIL filed by Law Students seeking Cancellation of Final Year Examinations
he High Court of Bombay on Friday, sought a reply from the State of Maharashtra, University Grants Commission as well as the Bar Council of India, following a Public Interest Litigation filed by a law student seeking cancellation of final year examinations amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.