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Supreme Court

My Lords, the Emperor has no clothes!!!

No doubt, what the Supreme Court says is final. But, it is not necessarily always correct. Supreme Court may be supreme but it is not infallible. A critique of the Supreme Court decision in Kamini Jaiswal case.
Pollution

Delhi Pollution and the farce of odd-even scheme

By blaming the neighbouring States for pollution/ smog, the Delhi Govt headed by an ex-IITian is only passing on the buck without assuming its own responsibility.

Supreme Court

Parting with premises by tenant without consent of landlord sufficient for...

Supreme Court has held that under Section 14 of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958, parting with possession of premises without consent of the landlord is a sufficient ground for eviction of tenant.
Competition Act

Relevant Turnover vis-à-vis Total Turnover – Section 3 of the Competition...

Legislative Pivot of Section 3 of the Competition Act, 2002 and the Argument of “Relevant Turnover” as against “Total Turnover”: Key takeaways from Excel Crop Care Ltd. v. Competition Commission of India (Supreme Court)
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