This is the second in a series of posts titled ‘Judgments without tears’ where we try to make complex judgments accessible and fun. A guest post by my dear friend and super talented Vishal Vyas. Let me try unpacking Satish Chander Ahuja vs. Sneha Ahuja delivered on 15.10.2020. A 151 page judgment but a well-reasoned judgment under … Continue reading JUDGMENTS WITHOUT TEARS | PART II | Satish Chander Ahuja vs. Sneha Ahuja (GUEST POST)
First published on Bar and Bench A call from the High Court is a big thing, whoever and wherever one is – in life. Especially when you are a 25-year-old Magistrate, and it is your parent High Court. It fills you with excitement and dread. One late afternoon, during my stint as a Magistrate at Dwarka Courts, … Continue reading The Art of Justicing: The Story of Justice Gita Mittal
I didn’t imagine 2020 to shape out the way that it did. And my guess is - you didn’t, either. ‘The most well laid out schemes of mice and men often go awry’. The Pandemic brought life and all fancy plans to a grinding halt and compelled us to think, and meditate. “There are decades … Continue reading A quick review of ‘Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World’ by Fareed Zakaria.
Authored by Bharat Chugh and Nimrah Alvi First published by Bar & Bench at https://www.barandbench.com/columns/arbitrary-execution-of-foreign-letters-of-request-under-the-pmla I want the cultures of all lands to be blown about my house as freely as possible. But I refuse to be blown off my feet by any. Mahatma Gandhi In a debilitating blow to their functioning, the Enforcement Directorate … Continue reading Arbitrary Execution of Foreign Letters of Request under the PMLA.
This is a guest post by the very talented young judge - Pratik Sagar, (Civil Judge, 30th batch, Bihar). This is how it goes: Hello, hope you are doing fine! If you are reading this article, it means either you are preparing for coveted judicial service examination or maybe you are still in the decision making … Continue reading Tips for Judicial Service examination preparation; A Guest Post by Mr. Pratik Sagar (Civil Judge, 30th Batch, Bihar)
This is a guest post by the very talented lawyer Ambanshu Sahni. This is how it goes: The Jasmine Revolution in 2010-2011 in the Middle East showed us the power of social media. Social media appeared as a tool for righting many wrongs. It was this great unifier before which everyone was equal. It provided a voice … Continue reading How the Social Media failed us and How we failed it – in turn. (Guest Post)