In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court today held that the Right to Freedom of Expression (FoE) through the internet is part of Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution, and that the same restrictions under the constitutional. the provision would apply. This judgment was delivered by a Bench of Justices NV Ramana, R Subhash Reddy, and BR Gavai after reserving […]
A challenge to the validity of Section 142(2) of the Negotiable Instruments Act recently led the Madras High Court to reiterate that subsequent legislation can take away the basis of judgment through validating acts. Section 142(2) was introduced by way of a 2015 amendment to the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. The provision concerns which court has the jurisdiction to […]
Kerala, the first state to challenge the law, sought to declare it as violative of the principles of equality, freedom, and secularism enshrined in the Constitution. New Delhi: The Kerala government Tuesday moved the Supreme Court challenging the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019, joining the batch of 60 other petitions questioning the constitutionality of the […]
The Delhi High Court has held that an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) does not qualify as “information” in terms of Section 2(f) of the Right to Information Act and therefore, one cannot seek access to an EVM under the Act. The order was passed by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Jayant Nath in a challenge preferred by the Election Commission […]
The Madras High Court has intimated that it intends to do away with issuing printed cause lists from the next year. As informed in a circular issued by the Registrar (Judicial) yesterday, “…the High court, Madras, has resolved to discontinue the printing and distribution of the manual case list through the Government Press with effect from 1st […]
The Supreme Court has observed that defence of the accused cannot be looked into at the stage when the accused seeks to be discharged under Section 227 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. In M.E. Shivalingamurthy vs. CBI, the High Court had set aside the order passed by the Magistrate allowing the discharge application filed […]
An amendment to exclude married daughters from availing compassionate appointment under the West Bengal Public Distribution System (Maintenance and Control) Order, 2003 has been stayed by the Calcutta High Court. Justice Shekhar B Saraf stayed a notification issued to this effect, while making critical note of the patriarchal arguments made by the counsel defending the amendment. He observed, “The socio-economic-cultural […]
For U.P., M.P. and Bihar both Hindi & English languages are accepted as a medium to write the exam. English speaking is not necessary at any stage of the exam. However, the main factor that will affect your interview will be your attitude. During the Interview, positive attitude will help not the language you speak.
Preparation of each paper should be done simultaneously from the beginning of the preparation. General studies paper is equally important as the Law paper. You must divide your time into periods and assign one period to each paper. For the preparation of general studies you must stay in touch with current affairs regularly.