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Internet Shutdown In Kashmir

  Internet Shutdown In Kashmir Recently, the Supreme Court gave a judgement in response to petitions filed, arguing the Internet shutdown and curbing of other civil liberties in the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). Why Does Government Shut Down Internet In Kashmir? The administration has often cited "security reasons" or "precautionary measures" as reasons behind snapping the Internet facilities in the Valley. After August 5, when all communication channels were shut in Jammu and Kashmir, the then Governor, Satya Pal Malik, said the Internet was misused by the militants and, hence, defended the ban. The Internet shutdowns in Kashmir began frequently after the killing of Burhan Wani. During Cordon and Search Operations, or CASO in local parlance, security forces would often face hindrances as civilians would come out in hundreds -- sometimes in thousands -- to protest and help the militants escape. The mobilisation would take place through social media or pr

Case Brief ; Hussainara Khatoon vs. the state of Bihar

   Hussainara Khatoon vs. the State of Bihar Background On March 9, 1979, this petition was filed by Hussainara Khatoon against the State of Bihar or the Home Secretary. The Supreme Court of India affirmed it. Keeping a large number of people behind bars for a long time, maybe for years, is not considered as fair or reasonable. Poor people are unable to afford money for bail. So this judgment indeed provides a real solution to this problem. Facts of the case The writ petition has come before the Court for the hearing of the release of under-trial prisoners in the state of Bihar. The stat e of Bihar was directed to file a revised chart showing a year-wise break-up of the under-trial prisoners after dividing into two broad categories viz. minor offenses and major offenses that were not carried out. Statue and provisions discussed 1. Article 21, The Constitution of India, 1950. 2. Article 39A, The Constitution of India, 1950 Arguments It has been averred in t

Case Brief:Government of NCT Delhi v Union of India

Government of NCT Delhi v UOI Court : The Supreme Court of India Citation : (2018) 8 SCC 501 Coram : C.J. Dipak Misra, J. A.K. Sikri, J. A.M. Khanwilkar, J. D.Y. Chandrachud Theme : The Court judged that the Chief Minister and not the Lieutenant Governor (LG) is the executive head of the National Ca pital Territo ry (NCT) government. Subject : Constitutional law INTRODUCTION The present case summary majorly focusses on the dissenting opinion by Justice D.Y. Chandrachud. As his opinion favours a federal form of government, it is important to understand people’s will as to by whom they seek to govern by. Regardless of the other judges, he supported the elected form of government. This case summary on the said case is significant as there is a question mark on the democracy. Some statehood has been granted and Delhi holds special status being capital of the Country. It is necessary to understand by interpreting it validly that the nominated ones &


  5   LANDMARK JUDGMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT                                              OF INDIA When histories of nations are written and critiqued, there are judicial decisions at the forefront of liberty. Yet others have to be consigned to the archives, reflective of what was, but should never have been .”                                                                                                      D.Y Chandrachud J . 1. Personal Liberty: Procedure Established by      A.K.Gopalan VS. State of Madras ,[1950] SCR 88 • The petitioner, detained under the Preventive Detention Act challenged the legality of detention under Art. 32 of the Constitution on the ground that the said Act contravened Arts. 13, 19, 21 and 22 of the Constitution and was, therefore, ultra vires. The S.C. held- that Article 22 was a self-contained Code and if personal liberty is taken away by the State in accordance with the procedure established by law i.e. if the detention was as


How to Register Cyber Crime Complaint with Cyber Cell of Police – Online Complaint Procedure The article is written by Kumar Shubham, a 4th year law student from guru gobind singh university,dwarka, New Delhi. The article discusses the concept of cyber crime complaint and how to file a cyber crime complaint both offline and online. What is Cyber Crime ? Cybercrime is criminal  activity done using computers and the Internet. ... Perhaps the most prominent form of  cybercrime is  identity theft, in which  criminals  use the Internet to steal personal information from other users. Two of the most common ways this  is  done  is  through phishing and pharming Cybercrime is a criminal activity which is carried on by the use of computers and the Internet. Some of the common cyber crimes are  hacking, cyber stalking, denial of service attack(DoS), virus dissemination, software piracy, credit card fraud & phishing . Step by Step Procedures to File a Cyber Crime C