Key Takeaways The name of the case is State of Madhya Pradesh V. Mahendra Alias Golu. The Bench that gave its judgement consisted of Justices Surya Kant and Hima Kohli. The court gave the decision while dealing with the stance of a man accused of rap ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The name of the case related to this judgment is Rajesh Jha V. State of Uttar Pradesh. The coram included Justice Hima Kohli. In this case, the Apex Court held that it is mandatory to file a certificate along with the curative petition ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS A land dispute between the appellant and their neighbour resulted in a criminal proceeding as the appellant threw a brick at the neighbour, and made some unsavoury caste-based comments. The purpose of Section 3(1)(x) of the SC/ST Act is ..
Madras HC: Cannot Expect Eye Witness Or Independent Witness Since Culprits Exploit Child When AloneThe case was K Ruban v. State. The decision was given by Justice P Velmurugan. He Court stated that conviction of an accused in cases under the Protect ..
Naser Bin Abu Bakr Yafai vs State of Maharashtra LL 2021 SC 576KEY TAKEAWAY Mere renumbering of the case filed by the NIA Mumbai did not take away the power of the ATS Nanded to continue the investigation. Naser Bin Abu Bakr Yafai and three others we ..
Key Takeaways The High Court passed an order in favour of the applicants, directing the ONGC to finalise a contract with the applicant. The other two applicants were also interested in sourcing gas from ONGC, but weren’t given a chance to be he ..
Key Takeaways Chief Justice, NV Ramana, pushed for complete financial autonomy of judiciary' by the establishment of the National Judicial Infrastructure Authority (NJIA) of India. He has sent a proposal for NJIA to the Ministry of Law. In his sp ..
High Court Under Article 226 Cannot Permit Party To Modify Its Offer Without Hearing Other PartiesThe case was of Vaibhavi Enterprise v. Nobel Cera Coat Limited and Tanish Cerachem Private Limited v. Nobel Cera Coat Limited. The decision was given by ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court stated that a witness' evidence identifying an accused in court cannot be thrown out just because a Test Identification Parade was not held. The bench of Justices Ajay Rastogi and Abhay S. Oka said that in some cas ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS According to the Madras High Court Bench, neither the police nor the courts have the right to seize the passports of suspects in criminal proceedings because the ability to do so is granted solely to Regional Passport Officers under the ..