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Privacy Rights should be protected during litigation: DHC

Raising serious concerns over the disclosure of the most private and personal details by the parties during the matrimonial litigation and thus affecting the privacy rights, the Delhi High Court issued the below directions to the Family Courts in Delhi. … Continue reading

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Procedure to be followed in investigating police encounters: SC

In an attempt to streamline the procedure to be followed in investigating police encounters, the Supreme Court of India has issued the below comprehensive requirements to be followed in cases of death as standard procedure. The Court said “…it would … Continue reading

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Police officer bound to register FIR upon receiving information relating to commission of cognizable offence: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India held that a police officer is bound to register a First Information Report (FIR) upon receiving any information relating to commission of a cognizable offence under the Code of Criminal Procedure, … Continue reading

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