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Use of trademark by franchisee after expiry of Franchisee Agreement is passing off & TM infringement: Delhi High Court [Read Order]
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Use of trademark by franchisee after expiry of Franchisee Agreement is passing off & TM infringement: Delhi High Court [Read Order]

Delhi High Court restrains infringement of the trademark of playschool 'Bachpan'. Read more about the Court's order here.

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Petition Filed Against Shaheen Bagh Road Blockade, SC Adjourns Hearing To Monday Judiciary
Petition Filed Against Shaheen Bagh Road Blockade, SC Adjourns Hearing To Monday

In an earlier development, the High Court of Delhi on January 10, 2020 had refused to entertain a plea seeking removal of barricades in the Shaheen Bagh area of Delhi. The petitioner had filed a plea saying that the protest is leading to massive traffic issues.

1984 Sikh Riots Case: Police Inaction Challenged In SC, Central Government Accepts Justice S.N. Dhingra Committee Report Judiciary
1984 Sikh Riots Case: Police Inaction Challenged In SC, Central Government Accepts Justice S.N. Dhingra Committee Report

Regarding the 1984 Sikh riot case, the Central Government today (January 15, 2020) has told the Supreme Court that it has accepted Justice D.N. Dhingra Committee’s Report purportedly pointing out the “connivance” of the Delhi Police in not filing an appeal in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots’ cases.

Access to internet, now a constitutional right – Supreme Court in Anuradha Bhasin v. Union of India and Ors. Speak Legal
Access to internet, now a constitutional right – Supreme Court in Anuradha Bhasin v. Union of India and Ors.

The Hon’ble Court began with the observation that a delicate balancing act is required between security and liberty. This was followed by enumeration of a brief chronology of facts as placed before the Court by the petitioner

Notice To Pay Rs. 14 Lakhs Issued To 24 People For Arson And Vandalism By ADM Of Rampur: CAA Violence Crime, Police And Law
Notice To Pay Rs. 14 Lakhs Issued To 24 People For Arson And Vandalism By ADM Of Rampur: CAA Violence

The Aditional District Magistrate Finance of Rampur today has issued notices for the recovery of Rs 14,86,500 by issuing notices to more than 24 people. In the notice, the police report has been ordered to compensate the loss from those who were responsible for the riots.

SC Says Disciplinary Proceedings Not Equivalent To Quasi Criminal Judicial Proceedings [Read Judgment]

The Supreme Court in the case of Uttarakhand Transport Corporation & Ors. v. Heera Singh Parihar Civil Appeal No. 9520 of 2019 on December 18, 2019 setting aside the order of the High Court

Illiterate Ignorant Mass Is Being Misled By Political Parties To Disrupt Law And Order, Says BCI: CAA Protests [Read Press Release]

The Bar Council of India (BCI), expressing solidarity with the police and armed forces, today (December 22, 2019) issued a press release appealing the people of India to maintain peace and harmony in ...

Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) facilitated the simple exit along with a hassle free process in cases of insolvency of individuals and companies, making way for all stakeholders inclusive o...

Internet And Mobile Messaging Services Suspended In Lucknow: CAA Protests

A Government order in Lucknow has suspended internet and messaging services from today (December 20, 2019) till tomorrow noon (December 21, 2019). This order was issued late night on Thursday (Decembe...

Mass Breakout Of Protests Against The Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019: Police Thrash Students

Protestors gathered peacefully around Jami Milia Islamia University on Sunday afternoon (December 15, 2019) in opposition of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 when they were interrupted by the polic...

Striking Down Section 87 Of The Arbitration And Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019; Fixing What Was Not Broken

On 27.11.2019, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Hindustan Construction Company Limited & Anr v. Union of India & Anr. 2019 SCC OnLine SC 1520 struck down Section 87 of the Arbitration and Conc...

WTO’s Existential Crisis and its Implications for India

The World Trade Organization (WTO) came into existence in 1995 with over 128 member states. The objective behind establishing the institution was to ensure that economic endeavors of member states are...

Delhi University Teacher’s Association Goes On An Indefinite Strike, 8000 Teachers Turn Up For Protests

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) went on an indefinite strike starting yesterday (December 4, 2019) in protest against the Delhi University Circular published

Shops In India Sell Real-Life Rape Videos, Survey Says 40% Indian Men Watch Rape Porn

A woman is seeing crying, pleading for her life, there is a fear of death in her eyes. A boy is seen in the background, bloody and beaten up, begging for mercy from men who can barely be called as men...

Union Cabinet Clears Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 [Read Bill]

The Union Cabinet cleared the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 for reintroduction in the Parliament in the Winter Session on Wednesday (December 4, 2019). The bill seeks to amend the Citizenship Act o...

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