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SC says Religious Books’ names cannot be used for Trademarks
Justices Ranjan Gogoi and R.K. Agrawal of Supreme Court Division Bench on confirming the decision by Intellectual Property Appellate Board stated that holy or religious books’ names cannot stand as tr read more
A plea to re-ban dance bars in Maharashtra
A social activist went to Supreme Court to challenge an interim order after the Court removed the ban put on Maharashtra dance bars. read more
J & K High Court: Label stating “Consumption of liquor is injurious to health” is not serving the purpose to educate the people on its ill-effects
The State Government has been ordered by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to rigidly enforce the code of liquor for the restriction and regulation of liquor trade. read more
Candidates appearing for exams will be under CCTV, says the High Court of Kerala
It happened that two college management associations had approached the Kerala High Court acting against the University order for fixation of CCTV camera in private colleges’ examination rooms. read more
Juvenile should be monitored strictly, says Nirbhaya’s parents on approaching NHRC
Parents of Nirbhaya have approached National Human Rights Commission stating that the juvenile involved in their daughter’s rape and murder, going to get released in the month of December, should be u read more
No eligibility standards in selection of judges, says Supreme Court
Supreme Court said Mukul Rohatgi, Attorney General to make memorandum of procedure on the grounds of suggestions collected by the Centre from thousands of people to be observed by the collegium while read more
Contractor reluctant to do tax collection from Delhi polluting commercial vehicles
Toll levy contractor SMYR association stated that they are not capable to collect environment compensation charge on commercial vehicles coming Delhi which the apex court had ordered to do so. read more
SC says that just an illegible signature does not stand as a base discarding Secondary Evidence
Supreme Court setting aside the order of the High Court stated that just because signatures in some documents were illegible that does not support a reason rejecting the secondary evidence. read more

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