It held that day-to-day supervision of the project, including financing, permissions and execution “would be beyond the ken of judicial review and competence of the court.”The Supreme Court on Friday held that managing a construction project does not fall within its jurisdiction, and that the power to make decisions on the same cannot be… Read More »
A three-judge Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde sought response from Centre and States on how forest officials can be protected including arming them and providing them with bullet proof jackets.
Merry Christmas 2020: When bells toll and rum cake arrives, we all know Christmas is here. Christmas is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ. This is the time to spend time with your family and friends, singing Christmas carols, sitting around a Christmas tree,
The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking human, economic, and social damage around the world. The scale of the damage has prompted arguments that China bears international legal responsibility for the pandemic and should compensate countries harmed by the outbreak. Lewis Libby and Logan A.
Under the immense human and economic loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries have mentioned that they are willing to file lawsuits against China. Do they have any basis for filing a lawsuit? In the current state of international law, is the claimant State required to prove negligence or breach of a international legal… Read More »