Supreme Court Quashes FIR Against Journalist Patricia Mukhim saying free speech Can't Be Stifled by Criminal Cases.
Delhi High Court Rejects Britannia's Plea Of Trademark Infringement Against ITC'S Sunfeast Digestive Biscuits
Acquittal Based On Benefit Of Doubt In Serious Crime Cannot Make Candidate Eligible For Public Employment
The court held that discrimination in this regard must be prohibited.
Family Court Can-t Assume Plenary Power To Do Away With Mandatory Procedural Requirements
In the present case the Supreme Court was hearing writ petitions challenging the validity of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and since the Court is concerned with the question of the validity of the said code, it decided not to look upon the individua
Default Bail Is a Fundamental Right and Not Merely a Statutory Right; Supplementary Chargesheet Under UAPA Cannot be Used to Extend Time Limit u/s 167 Cr.P.C
In this case, the Appeal was filed against the order of liquidation passed by the Adjudicating Authority law.
In this case, it was held the Bombay High Court at Goa had allowed the SEC to continue the election process in other municipalities striking down in one out of five municipalities for not reserving wards for the women as required under the law.
It is remarkable, righteous, refreshing, rejuvenating and reasonable to learn that while ruling explicitly, elegantly, eloquently and effectively that time has come to initiate action against persons who file frivolous complaints under Sections 354,
In the judgment of the case- Krishna Lal Chawla & Others v. State of U.P. & Another, delivered on March 8, 2021, A Supreme Court division bench consisting of Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar and Justice R. Subhash Reddy, has struck a note of caution b
Though a 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court, consisting of Justices A.M.Khanwilkar, Indu Malhotra and Ajay Rastogi, has, in the judgment of the case- Vikas Kisanrao Gawali v. State of Maharashtra & Others, delivered on March 4, 2021, negatived the ch
Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice Krishna Murari at the Supreme Court have in the judgment of the case -State of Kerala v. Mahesh, delivered on March 19, 2021, underlined the seriousness of charge as one of the very important factors relevant for c
With a forward looking Supreme Court helping their cause, the women-s struggle to end discrimination in the sphere of Permanent Commission (PC) for them in the Indian Army made a significant advancement with the judgment of the Supreme Court delivere
The present case is an appeal filed against the Trial court-s judgment through which the appellant was convicted u/s 323, 353, and 147 of IPC read with section 149 IPC and section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property, 1984. The appellant was
In this case, the appellant was aggrieved by the judgment and order dated 16.4.2013 passed by learned Single Judge of Patna High Court dismissing appellant-s writ petition of claim for disability compensation, who in November, 1988 had joined the off
This case deals with the issue of whether or not insults made to religion in a careless manner would amount to an offence under Sec. 295A of the Indian Penal Code.
This case deals with the issue of the Union Health Ministry-s blood donor guidelines and an examination of the same.
Following is a notice given by the Calcutta High Court seeking the state Government-s response in the matter of Dipak Joshi who was in prison for almost 41 years without a trial.
In the present case the court is dealing with a petition regarding dispute between the petitioner and IndusInd bank over refund of processing fee paid by the petitioner to the bank, pursuant to a prospective loan facility.
Updated on : 12/04/2021 05:39:33