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NCB Opposes Bail To Aryan Khan & Others

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Nimisha Jaiswal / 2 days ago

The Special NDPS Court in Mumbai has reserved judgment on the bail pleas filed by Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha, who were arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau in connection with the cruise ship drug case. During the hearing, the Judge had indicated that he will go through Khan's allegedly incriminatory WhatsApp chats.

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Centre Notifies Appointments Of New Judges To Patna, Allahabad & Bombay HC

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Nimisha Jaiswal / 2 days ago

The Central Government has notified the appointments of new judges to Patna, Allahabad and Bombay High Courts.

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Friendly Banter May Seem Suspicious To Others : Amit Desai

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Nimisha Jaiswal / 2 days ago

Even as counsels for the Narcotics Control Bureau cited India's freedom struggle and the menace that drugs pose to society to oppose bail to actor Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan Khan, his lawyers urged the court to consider that Indian law mandates a reformative approach in dealing with consumers of drugs, who are seen as victims.

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Supreme Court Directs BCI To Act Against Erring Lawyers

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Nimisha Jaiswal / 2 days ago

The Supreme Court criticized the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh for its failure to take action against advocates for filing fake claim petitions under Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and Workmen Compensation Act. The Apex Court took note of the Supplementary affidavit filed on behalf of the UP Government, stating that the SIT was constituted pursuant to Allahabad High Court's order.

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HC Passes Interim Order To Exempt SJMC Doctor From Compulsory Rural Service

Posted under Judgement, Legal, Trending, by Nimisha Jaiswal / 2 days ago

The Karnataka HC by way of interim relief has directed that the state government notification in regards to compulsory one-year rural service, shall not be operative as against MBBS graduates. Further, it was argued that all the candidates except those who have already undergone compulsory rural service after award of MBBS Degree are required to undertake the compulsory services.

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