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Men May Suffer if Marital Rape Becomes Crime, India Government Says

Criminalizing marital rape could “destabilize” marriages and make men vulnerable to harassment by their wives, said India’s government in response to a plea in the capital’s high court. 353 more words

Digital News Research

Delhi High Court Jr. Judicial Assistant Admit Card 2017 Download Online

Delhi High Court Jr. Judicial Assistant Admit Card information is now declare for all who want to download it. So those who are going to give examination for them admit card visible. 30 more words

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Delhi High Court Jr. Judicial Assistant Exam Syllabus Check Online

Delhi High Court examination Jr. Judicial Assistant Syllabus and Previous Years Question Papers regarding information is now on process very soon updates become visible. Wait for notification which on process or visit on official website for upcoming information. 15 more words

Recruitment

Avi Tandon, an alumnus of NLU Jodhpur, on pursuing his Masters from Oxford & practicing before the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court


Please tell us something about yourself.

I am a graduate of National Law University, Jodhpur – Class of 2012 and I did my Masters (B.C.L.) from University of Oxford in the year 2013. 2,148 more words

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Is Justice A.P. Shah the best judge the Supreme Court never had?

In 2010, when the Congress-led UPA was in power, Delhi high court chief justice Ajit Prakash Shah, then 62, was overlooked by the collegium for elevation to the Supreme Court, while promoting judges junior to him. 435 more words

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Kalanithi Maran vs Ajay Singh: Blow for SpiceJet as SC dismisses petition

Had earlier moved a confidence motion in the Bihar Assembly to prove the majority of his new govt

Indian Companies News : In a blow to Ajay Singh-led low-cost carrier (LCC) SpiceJet, the Supreme Court on Friday dismissed its appeal challenging the Delhi High Court order that directed it to deposit Rs 529 crore in relation to a share-transfer dispute with media baron Kalanithi Maran. 307 more words