While upholding the need to maintain the sanctity of the undertaking that one gives to obtain compassionate appointment, the Calcutta High Court which is also the oldest High Court in India in a learned, laudable, latest and landmark judgment titled ..
Single Judge Bench of Justice Subodh Abhyankar of Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court thus makes it indubitably clear that removing trustees and directing trust to conduct elections is beyond jurisdiction of Public Trust Registrar. ..
While ruling clearly on whether a temporary shift of residence can constitute a valid ground for transfer of cases, the Kerala High Court has as recently as on January 3, 2022 in a frank, forthright, final and fitting judgment titled Meria Joseph vs ..
In sum, the key takeaway that one can take from this extremely candid, cogent, composed, commendable, creditworthy and courageous judgment is that lawyers cannot resort to strike as a fundamental right. ..
It would not be incongruous to say that even the Centre should also not sit idle and similarly consider this seriously and act ..
While most vocally batting for honesty, transparency and probity in public life, the Delhi High Court has in a learned, laudable, latest and landmark judgment titled Yogender Chandolia vs Vishesh Ravi & Ors in EL.PET. 10/2020 ..
In a very significant development with far reaching consequences, the Bombay High Court in an extremely learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment titled Kashinath Narayan Gharat Vs The State of Maharashtra in Criminal Appeal No. 119 of 1999 in ..
Kerala High Court has sent out a very loud and strong message to all litigants that court's time should not be wasted for frivolous purposes and if someone still dares to do so then he/she should be prepared to face the grave consequences ..
First wife certainly had a bona fide good ground to get divorce and the same was accordingly granted by the Kerala High Court in this leading case! The appeal of the first wife was thus allowed and the Trial Court decision was thus accordingly set aside! ..
There can be no gain saying that all the courts must always definitely abide by what the Apex Court has stated so explicitly in this leading case also in similar such cases! ..