Greetings! This week our updates look at decisions ranging from the Madras HC’s ruling on HRC recommendations to the ICC’s ruling on jurisdiction over crimes committed in Palestine. Happy Reading!
This week has witnessed several developments! We travel to Delhi, Australia, Portugal and Congo to explore developments in a variety of areas including public law, international criminal law and media law! Happy Reading!
Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court staying the Bombay High Court judgment which ruled that skin-to-skin contact necessary for offence of ‘sexual assault’ under POCSO to the US Congressional Commission declaring a ‘possible genocide’ against Uighurs in China.
2020 was a tough year for all of us. Regardless, the world has marched on. Countless changes have been wrought worldwide, in all spheres, including law. In furtherance of our goal of providing our readers with updates, we have collected the largest updates over the past year, in India, and have presented them with a curated reading list for your perusal.
Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Madras High Court passing an interim order against sexual advertisements to the EU Court of Justice finding fleeing military draft as a ground for granting asylum. Happy Reading!
Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Tamil Nadu Government considering regulating online gambling to the Asia Pacific states entering into a Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. Happy Reading!
Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court halting the enforcement of the Antrix Arbitral Award to the President of Kosovo being indicted on war crimes. Happy Reading!
Hello! This past week has seen several developments ranging from the National Green Tribunal issuing a notice to 18 States and UTs to ban the use of firecrackers to New Zealand legalizing euthanasia for terminally ill patients. Happy reading!
Hello! This past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court ruling that officers involved in NDPS cases cannot give admissible confessional statements to the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons being ratified to enter into force. Happy reading!
Hello! This past week, we’ve seen a number of legal updates, ranging from the Jharkhand HC ruling that the “right to equal pay” is a cardinal principle of service jurisprudence, to the US DOJ charging Russian military officers for worldwide cyberattacks.
Enjoy our carefully curated content! Happy Reading!