Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, caught Delhi lawyer Apar Gupta’s attention in early 2012. After a few controversial arrests under the section—decried by activists and netizens alike—he approached civil liberties group Peoples’ Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) to take note of the implications of this section.
Over the past two weeks quite a few media reports have voiced the Union Government’s reservations about my appointment. These reports speak of alleged adverse reports against me by the Intelligence Bureau and the CBI.
Decisions of the Supreme Court have undeniable significance in our daily lives, and traditional media has failed to provide comprehensive coverage of regular developments at the Supreme Court. SCOIblog aims to fill this lacuna, by being the only media resource dedicated to reporting on the Indian Supreme Court’s activities in a systematic and objective manner.
Asked about his foray back into the courtroom, Sibal told ET, "it is always good to do different things." He said that he had other plans for himself too. "Writing a book, writing songs, composing music... there are so many things to be done," he said.
To undo justice, and to seek
To quash the rights that guard the weak -
To sneer at love, and wrench apart
The bonds of body, mind and heart
With specious reason and no rhyme:
This is the true unnatural crime.
An observer of the legal scene in contemporary India quickly becomes aware of the presence of a stratum of legal superstars — advocates based at the Supreme Court and some of the High Courts who are very much in demand and widely known.
People in the office were very supportive and give you a very quality work to do and then they also take take pains to explain you any matter in which you were facing problems and work environment was was very nice. By Ankit Gaurav, Institute Of Law, Nirma University, (III Year)