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273rd Report Of Law Commission Must Be Implemented

                                               It goes without saying that custodial torture cannot be justified under any circumstances. Still it is a matter of utmost anguish that those who indulge in most brashly, most brazenly and most bluntly are rarely ever booked and made to face the consequences which only serves to further encourage ...
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Trial Judges Work Amidst Appalling Conditions; Colonial Mindset Towards District Judiciary Must Change: SC

At the outset, it must be said with certitude that it merits no reiteration that all the Judges of High Courts in India including the Chief Justices also must definitely read the latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Somesh Chaurasia vs State of MP in Criminal Appeal Nos 590-591 ...
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Andhra Pradesh High Court Issues Guidelines For Prompt Transmission Of Bail Orders

While granting bail to an accused under The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, the Andhra Pradesh High Court in a cogent, composed, commendable and convincing judgment in Criminal Petition No. 3933 of 2021 delivered on July 22, 2021 has taken a very serious note of the significant delay ...
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Court Cannot Grant Liberty To Amend Plaint While Rejecting It Under Or der VII Rule 11(d) CPC: SC

While exercising its civil appellate jurisdiction, the Apex Court has just recently on July 20, 2021 in a commendable, convincing, composed and cogent judgment titled Sayyed Ayaz Ali vs Prakash G Goyal & Ors in Civil Appeal Nos 2401-2402 of 2021 @ SLP (C) Nos. 29975-29976 of 2018 held that while rejecting a plaint ...
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