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CJI Ranjan Gogoi Gives Nod To Suspend RCT Judge Involved In A Scam

NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has given clearance for the removal of the Railway Claims Tribunal judge RK Mittal, who was found guilty of financial impropriety worth Rs 50 crore in January this year. This came nine months after the Railway ministry wrote to the CJI’s office, as …

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Delayed Delivery Of Possession Will Attract Higher Interest And Compensation Cost Than Offered In The Contract: NCDRC

Bringing a sigh of relief to many, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) in an order ruled that the builder cannot hide behind the clause in the builder-buyer agreement to pay Rs. 5 per square feet per month as compensation for delay in handing over the property to the buyer. A …

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Committee To Look Into Matters Pertaining To Sexual Harassment At Workplace

The Government on Friday assured the victims who came out describing their narrative of sexual harassment at the hands of people they worked with, that a committee will be constituted which will look into these matters. The Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi said that the committee will …

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A critical analysis of ‘Rajasthan Cylinders and Containers Ltd. v Union of India and Another’

Price parallelism is a term used in Competition law where the traders change their prices simultaneously, in the same direction and proportionally. Since such practices result in monopoly prices in goods, it is considered harmful to the consumers. This article makes an attempt to analyze this phenomenon in light of …

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Physically handicapped Candidates Denied Admission This Year To Be Admitted In 2019-2020 Session

The Supreme Court directed that the physically handicapped candidates who were denied admission in the MBBS course this year, to be allowed admission under the physically handicapped category next year. The judgment came after the appellants were not given admission in the physically handicapped category due to ‘Guidelines for Persons With …

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“What kind of pollution control are you doing?” SC asks centre

Keeping in view the matter relating to air pollution in Delhi-NCR, the Supreme Court questioned the centre why pollution under control (PUC) centres are either closed or shut down. “What kind of pollution control are you doing”, questioned a bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta. According to the …

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