Author Archives: Kawaljit

About Kawaljit

Kawaljit Singh Bhatia is an Advocate on Record at the Supreme Court of India and appears regularly at the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court. He has handled various high-stake matters in the filed of arbitration, telecom and broadcasting laws, labour matters, corporate matters, property matters, matrimonial matters, etc. He is passionate about legal issues that affect the society. He can be reached at 09650183158 or kawaljitbhatia@gmail.com

Consumer Court should not dismiss cases on mere technicalities – Supreme Court in Vibha Bakshi & Anr. versus M/s Gruhashilp Constructions & Ors.

A complaint had been filed before the NCDRC by a flat owner with respect to a residential flat. NCDRC gave an opportunity to the Complainant to file a rejoinder, with the condition that if the rejoinder is not filed, the … Continue reading

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A Discussion on ‘The Banning of Unregulated Deposit Schemes Bill, 2018’

The Banning of Unregulated Deposit Schemes Bill, 2018 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on July 18, 2018 by Mr. Shiv Pratap Shukla, the Minister of State for Finance. The status of the Bill presently is as follows: It was … Continue reading

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Supreme Court rightly dismisses two court masters for tampering with orders directing personal appearance of Anil Ambani

This has always been the concern of some of my clients in high stake litigations – after the judge dictates an order, what if the court master or the steno does not take the order correctly. As per media reports, … Continue reading

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Dharna and vested interests

Is this a start to a disturbing trend of misusing “dharna politics” to suit vested interests? Things that otherwise ought to be solved through across the table talks between senior and responsible government officials and representatives are being dealt with … Continue reading

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DTC App – A welcome move for commoners

A robust public transport is the backbone of any developed economy. This move by the DTC is a welcome move and will strengthen the crippling public transport system in Delhi. Hope that some measures are taken to cope with the … Continue reading

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Numbers and Democracy

Population in a democratic setup can prove to be both a boon and a bane. If the people are educated and intelligent, it’s a boon and if they are fools, guided by parochial interests of caste, religion, etc. they shall … Continue reading

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A 10 Year Old Pregnant Rape Victim and the Supreme Court

The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971, an Act which sought to regulate the termination of pregnancy is once again in the dock, in light of the recent order of the Supreme Court of India, wherein the Supreme Court refused … Continue reading

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We, the Orphan Children of India

I hope this never happens to anyone but imagine, you just leave your house for some work or to meet someone, hoping that you will be back home in a little while. While you are leisurely on your way, thinking … Continue reading

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Abortion and Supreme Court’s Plenary Powers

The recent decision of the Supreme Court wherein it refused to allow a woman to abort her foetus which was 23 weeks old seems to have gone wrong. The mother of the foetus wanted the child to be aborted because … Continue reading

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Let my country awake!

A society’s robustness and its value system is tested when the most vulnerable in the society is free and can stand up fearlessly against what’s wrong, without any worry of being treated in an unjust manner. It was rather shocking … Continue reading

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