Hello! This week’s Telawgram update brings you developments from the Supreme Court, High Courts, International Courts and the United Nations. Touching upon the nuances of public law, IT law, criminal law, identity issues, climate challenges and more; we hope to give you an amazing read this weekend! The TeLawgram team will be on a temporary hiatus until the end of March. Happy Reading!
Shivesh Saini On 28 September 2018, Palestine submitted an application wherein it sought to litigate the United States in ICJ over relocating its embassy in the disputed territory of Jerusalem. Basically, this move demonstrates the unequivocal acknowledgement of Israel’s claim on Jerusalem. Palestine argued that it is a breach of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic […]
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!