The Analysis of AADHAAR-PAN Judgement by the Supreme Court of India

AADHAAR-PAN Judgement by The Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India has recently delivered the AADHAAR-PAN judgement on the validity of S. 139AA of the Income Tax Act, vide which the quoting of AADHAAR no. for filing Income Tax returns post July 1, 2017; quoting of AADHAAR no. in any new application for allocation of PAN post July 1, 2017; and …

Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Basics

Kulbhushan Jadhav Case

This linked article, https://thewire.in/136848/pak-india-kulbhushan-jadhav-icj/, has very comprehensively stated the facts of and arguments taken in Kulbhushan Jadhav case pending before the ICJ. Further, the author has put up his own arguments in the article. However, it is written by an Indian, so it has its biases. Nevertheless, I would recommend you to read it. In …

Kanhaiya’s Bail Order Is Inconsequential!

The only relevant portion in Justice Pratibha Rani’s order on Kanhaiya’s bail plea is paras 54 to 57. I think this order has completely misunderstood the law of sedition. Even though S. 124A has been quoted, it has not been followed. There is no connection between anti nationalism and disaffection against the government. What is …

Kedarnath Judgment on Sedition Needs a Review

It will be noticed that the constitutionality of the provisions of the sections under which the appellant was convicted had not been convassed before the High Court. But in the petition for special leave, to this Court, the ground was taken that ss. 124A and 505 of the Indian Penal Code ‘are inconsistent with Art. …

National Herald Case

Well…I generally don’t comment on politicking between political parties, but since this judgment has opened up new arenas of accountability of political parties, I am commenting on it. The judge has made three very strong exceptions in the case of a political party. First, he has held that in case of a political party, the …

Legal Aspects WRT to AAP Government Resignation

The AAP government has resigned because they couldn’t introduce the Jan Lokpal Bill in the assembly. The hurdle was the message sent by the Lt. Governor to the assembly u/s 9 of the GNCTD Act, 1991. In his message, the LG clearly stated that the bill was not sent to him for his prior consent …

Aarushi Murder Case Judgment: A Critique

Now, the judgment of the Trial Court in the Aarushi murder case has been pronounced, and the parents have been held guilty of the murders on the basis of circumstantial evidence. The undisputed facts of the case are that Nupur Talwar, Rajesh Talwar, Hemraj and Aarushi were last seen together on the night of 15/05/2008 …