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Top News Headlines 25th Sep 2021: SC Upholds Rejection Of Candidature To Judicial Post Citing Absence Of Honourable Acquittal In Criminal Case

   25 September 2021 at 15:35

SC Upholds Rejection Of Candidature To Judicial Post Citing Absence Of Honourable Acquittal In Criminal CaseIt was observed by the court that a common man's perception about credentials of judicial officer is vital and the lack of honourable acqu ..

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Arbitration Reference Can Be Declined If Dispute In Question Does Not Correlate To Arbitration Agreement

   25 September 2021 at 08:55

Case titleDLF Home Developers Limited vs. Rajapura Homes Private LimitedKey Takeaways The case was heard by the bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Justice Surya Kant. Two separate arbitration petitions were filed in this case by the petiti ..

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Top News Headlines 24th Sep 2021: Section 92 CPC- Judgment In Representative Suit Binds All Parties Interested In The Trust: SC

   24 September 2021 at 11:59

Section 92 CPC- Judgment In Representative Suit Binds All Parties Interested In The Trust: SCThe case was of Jamia Masjid v. K V Rudrappa. The decision was given by Justices DY Chandrachud, Vikram Nath and Hima Kohli. It has been held by the Court th ..

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Central Government Seeking Clarification From The Apex Court In The Case Of The Reservation In Promotions For People With Disabilities

   23 September 2021 at 17:45

NAME OF THE CASE AND CORAM Case Name Siddaraju v. the State of Karnataka, Case Number: MA No.2171/2020 in CA No.1567/2017 Coram: Justice Nageswara Rao, Justice Sanjiv Khanna, Justice B.R. GavaiKEY TAKEAWAYS People with disabilities are eligible for p ..

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SC Reserves Judgement On Sister's Plea Challenging Quashing Of KCOCA Charges Against Accused In Gauri Lankesh Murder Case

   23 September 2021 at 17:45

Name of the CaseKavitha Lankesh v. State of KarnatakaKey Takeaways The decision of the Karnataka High Court to drop charges against one of the accused in a murder case was challenged by the petitioners. After rigorous arguments by both the parties, t ..

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Plaint Has To Be Rejected If Relief Claimed In It Cannot Be Granted Under Law

   23 September 2021 at 17:45

Name of the CaseRajendra Bajoria v. Hemant Kumar JalanKey Takeaways A partnership firm was still running even after the death of the three founding partners and relief was sought from the firm. The Court held that the court hearing the case has the p ..

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SC Grants Bail To Two Convicts In Kalluvathukkal Hooch Tragedy Case

   23 September 2021 at 17:44

Key Takeaways Vinod Kumar and Manikantan were convicted for their roles in the Kalluvathukkal Hooch Tragedy of 2000, which claimed over 30 lives. The Court denied the convicts' appeals in 2011. Their wives asked the Supreme Court to let them out ..

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Lack Of Contraband From Possession Of Accused By Itself Not A Ground To Grant Bail

   23 September 2021 at 17:44

Key Takeaways High Court granted bail to an accused as he was not in possession of contraband on his person when searched by the authorities. The Supreme court saw that the High Court has overlooked certain elements of the case when granting bail, an ..

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Change Of DOB In Service Records Cannot Be Claimed As Of Right

   23 September 2021 at 17:44

Case titleKarnataka Rural Infrastructure Development Limited Vs. T.P. NatarajanKey Takeaways This case was heard by the Bench of Justice MR Shah and Justice AS Bopanna. Shri Gurudas S. Kannur, learned Senior Advocate appeared on behalf of the appella ..

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The High Court Has Its Constitutional Obligation To Protect The Interest Of The Minor Idol Against Illegal Encroachment: Madras HC

   23 September 2021 at 17:44

Key Takeaways The petitioner claimed himself to be a permissible tenant of a temple’s property, belonging to the Respondents and wanted to get it transferred to his name. However, the Respondents passed an order of eviction which was challenged ..

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