Examination held on 21/12/2020 Answer 1 George Floyd 2 As of today, the apex court has 30 judges. Once the new judges take oath, the strength will go up to 34, the highest ever. 3 […]
The legal burden is upon the petitioning spouse to establish by convincing evidence beyond any reasonable doubt that the respondent abandoned him or her without reasonable cause. The petitioner must also prove that there was desertion throughout the statutory period and there was no bona fide attempt on the respondent’s part to return to the matrimonial home and that the petitioner did not prevent the other spouse by his or her action by word or conduct from cohabitation. The expression “wilful neglect” included in the section does not introduce a new concept in Indian law unknown to the English law, but is only an affirmation of the doctrine of constructive desertion. The said doctrine is not rigid but elastic and without doing violence to the principles governing it, it can be applied to the peculiar situations that arise in an Indian society and home. No inspiration could be derived from S. 9 of the act in order to construe the scope of the expression “without reasonable cause” and whether there is a reasonable cause or not is a question of fact to be decided on the facts of each case.
Again for the Judges , who are sitting for departmental examination for swift elevation to the next Rank( Sr – Div or Fast Track Court ), you must face difficult questions from their lordships touching the current state of affairs , economic, political and rule of law. You may face issues about media trial , corruption, E- court project , HC guidelines on speedy trials etc
No.F.1(1)/70-JUDICIAL (I):- In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution read with the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affair’s Notification No.1/2/70/DH(S), dated the 29th May, 1970 as amended by Notification No.F.1/2/70-DH(S), dated the 25th July, 1970 and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi in consultation with the High Court of Delhi is pleased to make the following rules
Bihar Superior Judicial Service District Judge Entry Level Exam 2020- Post 27- Last date 21/03/2020: Patna High Court
ADVERTISEMENT HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA District Judge (Entry Level), Direct From Bar Exam-2020 Advertisement No. BSJS/1/2020 Applications are invited from eligible Advocates for direct recruitment in respect of 27 vacancies, […]
Last date & time for receipt of application in the Registry-
Time: Date 27/01/2020 -5.00 pm
Date of Written Examination- 29/03/2020 (Sunday)
TOTAL VACANCY- 22 UNRESERVED-18
HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATION 1- Which one of the following features does not support the federal character of Indian Constitution? (A) Distribution of powers between Centre and States (B) Authority of Courts […]
The candidates applying for the Delhi Higher Judicial Services examination should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission to the examination. Their admission at all the stages of examination, for which they are admitted by this Court viz. Preliminary Examination (objective), Main Examination (written) and the viva-voce shall be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions.
Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination 2019 Vacancies Declared-General Caste 17 – LAST DATE- 21.01.2020
In continuation of this Court’s notice published In varIOUS newspapers, on the website and elsewhere on 28.12.2019 whereby 19 vacancies [16 existing vacancies and 03 anticipated vacancies] have been advertised for Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination2019, it is hereby notified that the category wise bifurcation of 19 vacancies for Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination – 2019 shall now be read as under:
West Bengal Higher Judicial Service Examination 2019 [English Paper] – First Paper
Reduction of the amount of interim maintenance awarded by the Magistrate u/s 23 of DV Act without giving an opportunity of hearing to the opposite party/wife is illegal on a petition by husband before Sessions Judge u/s 29 of DV Act.