While mincing no words on making clear that the increasing trend of husband being labelled as 'alcoholic' or 'womaniser' would be considered as cruelty, the Bombay High Court in a most laudable, learned, landmark and latest judgment t ..
While drawing the red lines clearly discernible for the usage of DNA tests, the Supreme Court in a most laudable, learned, landmark and latest judgment titled Inayath Ali & Anr. Vs State of Telangana & Anr. in Criminal Appeal No. 1569/2022 (A ..
It is most heartening to learn that none other than the Punjab and Haryana High Court itself in a most commendable, courageous, composed, cogent and convincing judgment titled X v. State of Haryana and Another in CRM-A-1736-2019 and cited in 2022 Liv ..
While underscoring that as per the mandate of the Holy Quran, bigmay is not sanctified unless a man can do justice to orphans, the Allahabad High Court has in an extremely laudable, learned, landmark and latest judgment titled Azizurrahman v. Hamidun ..
While clearing the air on a very significant issue, the Supreme Court has in an extremely laudable, learned, landmark and latest judgment titled Oriental Bank of Commerce vs Prabodh Kumar Tewari in Criminal Appeal No 1260 of 2022 (Arising out of SLP ..
While acquitting the appellants in a criminal appeal against their conviction, the Bombay High Court in a most significant judgment titled Sunil Vishnu Mukane & Ors v. State of Maharashtra in Criminal Appeal No. 1100 of 2018 pronounced as recentl ..
In a most significant development, we got to witness how as recently as on September 9, 2022, none other than the Supreme Court of India in a most learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment titled Vishwanath Pratap Singh vs Election Commission o ..
In conclusion, the Gujarat High Court has left no stone unturned to make it pretty clear that the Court cannot order the registration of FIR against investigating officer under Section 218 IPC sans inquiry. ..
In a significant observation, the Himachal Pradesh High Court in a learned, laudable and latest judgment titled Durgi Devi v. State of Himachal Pradesh and Ors. in Civil Writ Petition No. 1657 of 2016 pronounced as recently as on August 5, 2022 has o ..
While upholding the paramount importance pertaining to the dire need to hold speedy trial and most commendably linking it as an inseparable part of the fundamental rights under Article 21 of our Constitution which talks about the right to life and pe ..