SC advocate Shashank Jha asks people to contact him if harassed by Delhi Police for bursting crackers, offers free legal help
Meanwhile, the Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai had said that the AAP-led Delhi government would show "zero tolerance" to violations of the firecracker ban.
‘Live without it’: Delhi High Court denies urgent hearing for Adv Sanjay Hegde’s application over suspension of Twitter account
Delhi High Court denied an urgent hearing for a petition filed by Adv Sanjay Hegde against the suspension of his Twitter account.
Kerala: Woman pretends to be an advocate for 2 years, flees with rare books and documents after anonymous letter exposes her
27-year-old woman, who had been pretending to be a lawyer for the past 2.5 years, fled from the Alappuzha (Aleppey) court in Kerala after being caught
‘Don’t waste your time on a lowly worm’, senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani advises lawyer who filed cybercrime case against Kunal Kamra
After Kunal Kamra posted several tweets which were contempt of the Supreme Court, Advocate Chandani Shah had filed a case against him
Trouble for senior advocate Prashant Bhushan as Bar Council of India directs examination of his tweets and explores disciplinary action
The Bar Council of India said that BCD must examine the tweets of Prashant Bhushan and proceed as 'expeditiously' as possible.
Supreme Court expressed displeasure over filing frivolous PILs, says the whole concept has been lost
In 1986, the then Chief Justice PN Bhagwati introduced PIL to the Indian judicial system. The original intent was to provide access to justice to aggrieved citizens.
Senior advocate Harish Salve appointed into Queen Elizabeth II’s counsel for courts of England and Wales, official appointment on March 16
Harish Salve among 114 advocates inducted into the Queen’s Counsel for courts of England and Wales
Ram Jethmalani was still a young man at 95
Ayodhya case day 4: Sunni Waqf Board objects to 5-days a week hearing, says matter ‘cannot be rushed like this’
The case was considered for a day to day hearing after the efforts to arrive at an amicable settlement through mediation failed.
Instructions to kill Sikhs in 1984 came directly from Rajiv Gandhi’s office: Senior advocate H S Phoolka
There is enough material to show, it was directly Rajiv Gandhi's office, which was giving the directions to kill the Sikhs, says H S Phoolka
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