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Judgments passed by Indian Supreme Court in the month of January – 2021

For the month of January 2021 1Case NumberW.P.(C) No.-000026 / 202019-01-2021 Petitioner NameMANISH KUMARRespondent NameUNION OF INDIAPetitioner's AdvocateVAIBHAV MANU SRIVASTAVABenchHON'BLE MR. JUSTICE ROHINTON FALI NARIMAN, HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE K.M. JOSEPH, HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE AJAY RASTOGIJudgment ByHON'BLE MR. JUSTICE K.M. JOSEPH2Case NumberR.P.(C)…

Parliament Passes Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2021- Now District Magistrate can issue adoption orders U/S 61

While introducing the bill, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, Union Minister for Women and Child Development stressed upon the necessity for entrusting District Magistrates with the responsibility of care and protection of vulnerable children in light of the prevailing inadequacies in the system. She recounted the commitment of the Parliament towards prioritising India’s children above all issues.

Ministry of Corporate Affairs identified 2,38,223 shell companies between 2018-2021

There is no definition of the term “Shell Company” in the Companies Act and it normally refers to a company without active business operation or significant assets, which in some cases are used for illegal purpose such as tax evasion, money laundering, obscuring ownership, benami properties etc. This was stated by Union Minister of State for Corporate Affairs Shri Rao Inderjit Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.

Somesh Chaurasia Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh & Anr-22/07/21

There are distinct doctrinal concepts in criminal law namely (i) the grant of bail before trial or, what is described as the 'pre-conviction' stage; (ii) setting aside an order granting bail when the principles which must weigh in the decision on whether bail should be granted have been overlooked or wrongly applied; (iii) the post- conviction suspension of sentence under the provisions of Section 389(1); and (iv) the cancellation of bail on the ground of supervening events, such as the conduct of the accused during the period of bail, vitiating the continuance of bail.

Resignation speech of BR Ambedkar from Govt and Parliament following Hindu Code Bill-10/10/1951

The Prime Minister’s whole time and attention is devoted for the protection of the Muslims. I yield to none, not even to the Prime Minister, in my desire to give the Muslims of India the utmost protection wherever and whenever they stand in need of it. But what I want to know is, are the Muslims the only people who need protection? Are the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the Indian Christians not in need of protection? What concern has he shown for these communities? So far as I know, none and yet these are the communities which need far more care and attention than the Muslims..

Central Civil Services (Pension)Rules-1972

Employees of Union Territories are also governed by CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972
No distinction between permanent and temporary employees in the application of Pension Rules
Temporary Government servant with less than ten years’ service who retires on superannuation, discharged from service, etc., is eligible for gratuity as for permanent Government servant.
Government servants transferred from services and posts to which these rules do not apply

The Charter of the Hamas -1988

The Islamic Resistance Movement is one of the wings of the Muslim Brothers in Palestine. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement is a world organization, the largest Islamic Movement in the modern era. It is characterized by a profound understanding, by precise notions and by a complete comprehensiveness of all concepts of Islam in all domains of life: