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Section 304, IPC: Causing death by negligence

 11 May 2020

It was opined that after examining all the medical papers accompanying the complaint, it was found that no case of recklessness or gross negligence had been made out against the doctor to compel him to face the trial for offence under section 304A of

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Whether the emissions generated from industries are air pollutants having destructive effect on Taj and people living in TTZ

 09 May 2020

The Hon’ble court after observing reports given by various technical authorities like the Varadharajan Committee and The Central Board for the prevention and Control of Water Pollution, held that the emissions generated by the coke/coal consuming ind

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How can dishonest intention and unlawful means be determined u/s 378 of IPC?

 09 May 2020

After considering the evidences and conclusions in previous trials, the Court could not establish that the Trial Courts or the High Court were wrong in holding the case against the appellant. Implied consent for the trainer to fly an aircraft do not

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Sexual Harassment at workplace

 09 May 2020

Bhanwari Devi who was a social activist / worker in one village in Rajasthan. She was employed under a rural social development program which worked to stop child marriages in the village and this social program was administered / initiated by the st

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Execution of Delhi rape case convicts

 09 May 2020

The court held Mukesh Singh, Vinay Sharma, Akshay Thakur and Pawan Gupta guilty for rape, murder, destroying evidences and unnatural offence of the girl based on the testimony of the male companion and medical reports of the victim. Ram Singh, the pr

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Thomson Reuters and the Indian copyright infringement matter

 08 May 2020

Legal research giant Thomson Reuters has filed a lawsuit against legal research start-up ROSS Intelligence alleging that it surreptitiously stole content from Westlaw to build its own competing legal research product. Thomson Reuters lawsuit against

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DV Act S. 2(q) - Case Law - Females can be respondents in DV complaints - Sandhya Wankhede vs. Manoj Bhimrao Wankhede and others (2011) 3 SCC 650

 08 May 2020

Although the main body of Section 2(q) expressly states that a respondent is an “adult male person”, the proviso widens the scope of proceedings by stating that an aggrieved wife or female living in a relationship in the nature of marriage can file a

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Whether Respondents were liable for pollution caused by sinking of ship and oil spill in Territorial Water of country

 07 May 2020

The Tribunal held that Respondents 5,6,7 and 11 were negligent and the element of Mens rea could be traced as the Respondents did not follow the Principle of Due Diligence pre-voyage and they directed the ship to continue its voyage even though one o

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IPC, 1860 - Case Law - Section 375 - Tuka Ram & Anr. vs. State of Maharashtra

 07 May 2020

Supreme Court overturned HC’s decision of convicting the men on the grounds that the HC had erred in accepting the argument of “passive submission” as there was no fear or apparent threat. Supreme Court further added that since “no marks of injury” w

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Abolition of jury trials in India

 06 May 2020

Whether Mr. K M Nanavati is liable for the charges framed against him under Section 302 and 304A of the Indian Penal Code for murder of his wife’s paramour?

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