Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: ashok kini December 17, 2018 7:29 pm Change Font Size “As the draft rules are framed by the Central Government, after deliberations including the stakeholders, till the aforesaid rules are notified, the on-line traders are bound not to proceed with their on-line business in drugs and cosmetic,” The Madras High Court has restrained online business in drugs and cosmetics until Central Rules in this regard are notified. Justice Pushpa Sathyanarayana directed the Central Government to notify the rules at the earliest, not later than 31st January 2019. “Unless the legislation keeps pace with the technology, the commerce based on technology has to lag behind”, the court said. The court was considering plea by Tamil Nadu Chemists and Druggists Association seeking to block the link of all such websites from India, who are doing on-line sale of Schedule H, H1 and Schedule X medicines in violation of Rules … [Read more...] about Madras HC Restrains Online Sale Of Medicines Till Rules Are Notified [Read Order]
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law December 7, 2018 12:30 pm Change Font Size The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a PIL contending that Finance Minister (FM) Arun Jaitley has “plundered” the RBI in waiving off the loans of certain companies. Further, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi came down heavily on Advocate and petitioner-in-person M. L. Sharma for the joinder as a respondent to his plea of the FM in person. “Why are you attacking individuals? What are you trying to convey? That the FM is exploiting the RBI’s resources in declaring NPAs (Non-Performing Assets)? The court cannot permit such attempts to pick on people”, reprimanded the Chief Justice. On Friday, Attorney General K. K. Venugopal, in the face of the alarming increase in the volume of PILs a large proportion of which are only a waste of the court’s precious time, emphasised the need for there to be defined limits so far as the filing of PILs is … [Read more...] about SC Dismisses Plea Against FM Arun Jaitley On NPAs With 50K Cost, Restrains Petitioner ML Sharma From Filing PILs Till Payment Of Cost
TOUGHER sentences for stalkers have been rolled out in a drive for harsher punishments to reflect the severity of the crime. The government has increased the maximum sentence for people found guilty of stalking. Is stalking a crime in the UK? Stalking became a crime in the UK in 2012 when the Government changed the law to cover actions including following or spying on someone. Cyberstalking - such as inundating someone with unwanted messages online - is also covered by law. Before the Protections of Freedom Act made it a specific crime, police had to wait until stalkers committed another crime - such as harassment or breaching a restraining order - before they acted. Harassment includes bullying and making violent threats to the victim or their family, whereas stalking covers any kind of unwanted attention - such as sending unsolicited gifts or following someone. When the law was introduced MP Elfyn Llwyd, who chaired the inquiry, said many stalking was widely regarded as a "joke" in … [Read more...] about What is a restraining order, how is stalking defined in the UK and which celebrities have been victims of the crime?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Mehal Jain June 6, 2018 9:48 am Change Font Size The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice on a special leave petition (SLP) preferred by the Rajasthan Waqf Board chairman against the High Court’s judgment setting aside his nomination as a member of the board. Sayyed Abubakra Naqvi, the petitioner, was nominated as a member of the Waqf Board under Section 14(1)(c) of the Waqf Act, 1995 by the state government in March 2016. He was subsequently appointed as chairman of the state Waqf Board. Naqvi, in his petition, has submitted that he has been the president of the Muslim Mahasabha Sansthan since 2004, and the secretary of the Rajasthan State Employees Federation as well as the president of the Rajasthan Primary and Secondary Teachers Federation. Further, he stated that he has been working for “the objects of the society in relation to education, employment, removal of bad habits, for special insistence … [Read more...] about SC Set To Interpret ‘Social Work’ As It Takes Up Rajasthan Waqf Board Chief’s Challenge Against HC Order Setting Aside His Nomination [Read Petition]
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law News Network May 4, 2018 12:51 pm Change Font Size Judge Ronald M. Gould, who has served on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit with distinction since his appointment by President Bill Clinton in 1999. Judge Gould, an alumnus of the University of Michigan Law School, was diagnosed with a progressive form of multiple sclerosis in 1990. While the impact of his disability was initially confined to facing occasional stumbles and numbness in other extremities, his disability has now progressed to a point where he uses a power wheelchair, has no hand mobility and is supported by caregivers around the clock. As Judge Gould’s disability has progressed over the years, so has his perseverance, grit and resolve to not let his disability shape the course of his life. In his long and illustrious career on the bench, Judge Gould has developed a distinct voice as a judge and has adjudicated upon such … [Read more...] about IDAP Interview Series: Interview With Judge Ronald M. Gould