The Israeli Supreme Court Sunday ruled in favor of the Israeli government’s planned cable car over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The ruling has been met with excitement by proponents such as Jerusalem’s mayor, Moshe Lion, who claimed the project would, “reduce air pollution in the area, solve the transport and parking distress and allow comfortable and efficient access to the Western… Read More »
Facts The petitioner is the Managing Director of the Karnataka Freight Movers Pvt. Ltd and claims to be a lifetime member of the respondent no.4 company, as also a member of its ‘bye-laws committee’. While the respondent no.4 is a private company registered u/s 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 with the object to protect… Read More »
According to a press release on Thursday, May 12th from the Danish Ministry of Justice, the Danish Attorney General has recommended charging former Defence Minister, Claus Hjort Frederiksen, with “the unauthorized disclosure of highly classified information.” The Attorney General’s office has recommended that charges be brought under the rarely used section 109 of the Danish… Read More »
The Court of Appeal of Alberta Tuesday ruled that Canada’s environmental Impact Assessment Act is unconstitutional. The act required some entities pursuing projects which may cause environmental harm, or harm to indigenous communities, to seek an impact assessment from Canada’s Impact Assessment agency in advance.
A Sessions Court at Dindoshi in Mumbai recently suggested that women guards should be stationed outside public toilets to avoid incidents of harassment of kids and women who use such facility The Special Judge under the Protection of Children against Sexual Offences Act (POCSO Act) was dealing with a case in which a 7-year-old girl… Read More »