In this case, the court analyzed the nature of disclosure and grounds of repudiation of the claim. The court allowed the appeal and allowed the respondent to withdraw 50% of the decretal amount.
Company Appeal No. 2 of 2015 in E.P.No.35 of 2011 in C.P.No.65 of 2005 has been filed under Section 10F of the Companies Act, 1956 to set aside the order of the Hon'ble Company Law Board, Additional Principal Bench, Chennai dated 30.12.2015 in C.A.No
The court dismissed the DSSSB's petition appealing a trial court judgement from February 17 that directed the filing of a FIR against the offenders for violations of the SC/ST Act, based on a complaint by Adv. Satya Prakash Gautam.
The protest of which the appellant was part of was neither banned nor outlawed. It was monitored by law enforcement agencies
The Court reduced the appellant's sentence to the time he had already served as an exceptional instance due to his senior age, and they upheld the appellant's conviction under Section 354 of the IPC while adjusting the punishment to the time he had p
A writ jurisdiction should not be used to direct the police to file an FIR, and that the aggrieved complainant has other statutory remedies under the CrPC. As a result, the petition seeking the registration of specific corruption accusations stands d
This is a very brilliant judgement against the abuse of power by the competent authorities. It ruled against the decision of illegal detainment of the petitioners by the magistrate even after submission of the necessary documents.
There is no expressed bar of application of Section 438 CrPC to the children in conflict with law covered by the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.
Petitioners have filed this Criminal Miscellaneous Petition in the court seeking protection of life and liberty.
It was observed that the POCSO Act r/w rules 4(13) and 4(15) recognizes a statutory right to legal assistance and representation.
The Division Bench, found that the respondent's candidature for the OBC category was rejected solely because the appropriate OBC-NCL certificate was submitted late, which was a violation of Article 14 and 16 of the Constitution.
The Orissa High Court on Monday upheld the Central Government's Department of Personnel and Training's notification of August 2, 2019, abolishing the Odisha Administrative Tribunal (OAT). A division bench comprising of Chief Justice S. Muralidhar and
The Petitioner has filed this application in the Madhya Pradesh High Court under section-438 of Cr.P.C. for grant of anticipatory bail.
The HC directed that the petitioners must comply with the Investigating Officer by providing the information and documents requested by him in order for the investigation to be completed. If there are any pending petitions, they will be closed.
This is a very crucial judgement regarding the acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ Community and the way that they are treated in the society. It is also the very few judgements where the judge has gone out of their way to completely understand the issue at h
The Supreme Court directed the High Court to consolidate all writ petitions involving overlapping issues and hear them all at the same time. Except for the matters decided in this judgement, leaving all disagreements open.
Under this judgement, a minor has filed a writ petition through her father by claiming that one of the bye-laws of the examination bye-laws of CBSE is arbitrary in nature and hence not valid constitutionally.
The judgement is about a man who was abducted and murdered, and then his body put to fire by the brothers of the girl, who he was in a relationship with.
Gautam Navlakha, a well-known human rights campaigner, lost his default bail case at the Supreme Court on Wednesday. However, his case has inspired the Supreme Court to make a significant step in human rights, ensuring that future campaigners like hi
The writ petition is filled for the rules that are mentioned in sec 28 of RTI Act 2005 and that the RTI Act 2006 by the Allahabad court was a mere violation of it and therefore unconstitutional in nature
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