Jasmeet Singh

Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India Managing Partner of Chambers of Joshi and Singh

Author Archives: Jasmeet Singh

The Noble Legal Profession: Preserving the Noble

The article ‘The Noble Legal Profession: Preserving the Noble’ by AOR Jasmeet Singh tries to explain how in today’s time the main motive in every profession has become to earn more without being committed to one’s own duty. The author further even says that he belongs to a legal field and still he can see the drifting of… Read More »

Delhi High Court imposes costs of INR 1 Lakhs for seeking to file objections against enforcement of a foreign award in a piecemeal manner

The Delhi High Court in TAQA India Power Ventures Private Limited and Ors v. NCC Infrastructure Holdings Limited has held that a Respondent cannot be permitted to file its objections under Section 48 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act) in a piecemeal manner. Delhi High Court imposes costs of INR 1 Lakhs for seeking to file… Read More »

Tribute to a Teacher surrounded by Lawyers

This Tribute to a Teacher surrounded by Lawyers is written by AOR Jasmeet Singh and is an ode to his reverend mother,  Late Mrs Jagjeet Kaur (27/05/1957 – 13/10/2021). Tribute to a Teacher surrounded by Lawyers “Rani”, is the Hindi translation of the word “queen”, and is also the name with which my mother, late Mrs Jagjeet Kaur… Read More »

Do I really know what Racism is?

What exactly is Racism – I am yet to find an answer to it. When I do the google search, the first definition which pops up is “the belief that some races of people are better than others; unfair ways of treating people of different races”. Do I really know what Racism is? How many of us have… Read More »