Monday, 6 July 2015


Madras High Court Directs that Seats be Provided to Accused During Trial

Madras High Court while dealing with issue that why should people accused in criminal cases not be allowed to sit in court halls during trial has directed the court's registrar-general to look into the same and make available seating facilities for accused in the criminal and trial courts.


Gujarat HC Issues Notice to Government for Arresting Businessman Without Requisite Magisterial

Gujarat High Court has issued notice on the state government for allegedly arresting a businessman in Shillong for some non-cognizable offences without the requisite magisterial order.


Madras High Court: Right to Protest is Not the Right to Cause Nuisance to Public

Madras High Court has observed that the right to protest is not the right to cause nuisance or harassment to the public at large.



Bombay HC Says no to Noisy Religious Festivities


Bombay High Court while hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) on noise pollution during festivities has observed that the fundamental right of practising or professing religion did not extend to any or every place.

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