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Kerala HC Issues Guidelines To Family Courts For Early Disposal Of Cases

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  It would be in the fitness of things to state right at the outset that in a significant development with far reaching consequences, the Kerala High Court has just recently on 23 March 2021 in a latest, landmark, learned and laudable judgment titled Shiju Joy A vs Nisha in OP (FC) No. 352 of […]

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Telephonic Message Which Does Not Clearly Specify The Offence, Cannot Be Treated As An FIR: SC

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  Without mincing any words and without leaving any space for confusion of any kind, the Supreme Court has most recently on March 23, 2021 in a latest, learned, laudable and leading judgment titled Netaji Achyut Shinde (Patil) Vs. State of Maharashtra in Criminal Appeal No. 121 of 2019 With Criminal Appeal No(s). 328 of […]

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SC Deprecates Practice Of Passing Adverse Remarks Against Judicial Officers By HC In Judgments

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  It is a matter of great solace and satisfaction for the judicial officers of lower courts that the Apex Court which is the top court of India in a learned, latest, laudable and landmark judgment titled KG Shanti vs United India Insurance Co Ltd & Ors in Civil Appeal Nos 929-930/2021 [@SLP (Civil) Nos 4663-4664/2021] […]

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No Bar In CPC/Arbitration Act For Accepting Immovable Property As Security For Stay Of Decree: Calcutta HC

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     It is quite significant to learn that the Calcutta High Court has most recently on March 19, 2021 in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Nitu Shaw vs Bharat Hitech (Cements) Pvt. Ltd. in AP/82/2021 IA No. GA/1/2021 in exercise of its ordinary original civil jurisdiction has held that there is […]

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Haryana Passes Bill To Recover Damages From Protesters

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It is most refreshing, most rejuvenating and most reasonable that the state of Haryana has also now joined the distinguished club of states who have their own exclusive law for recovering damages from protesters. It is high time and now all the States must join this distinguished club and no State should be left out […]

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End Practice Of Giving ‘Plum’ Postings For Money: Karnataka HC Seeks Suo Motu Case Against State

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  In a significant, swift and strong development, the Karnataka High Court has just recently on March 15, 2021 in a learned, latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled Jayamma vs State of Karnataka in Writ Petition No. 9723 of 2020 along with others has urged the Chief Justice to take up a suo motu case […]

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Any Affected Party May Prefer Appeal Against Order Of Tribunal Under Senior Citizen Act 2007: Delhi HC

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  In a significant, stimulating and suave judgment titled Rakhi Sharma vs The State & Ors. in W.P.(C) 2895/2021, CM APPLs. 8722/2021 & 8723/2021 delivered on March 5, 2021 by a single Judge Bench of Justice Pratibha M Singh of Delhi High Court has held clearly, cogently, convincingly and commendably that any person, affected by […]

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PMLA – Even If Predicate Offence Is Compromised, Compounded, Quashed, ED’s Investigation Is Not Affected Or Wiped Away: Bombay HC

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  It has to be said before saying anything else that the Bombay High Court has in a 25-page brief, brilliant and balanced judgment titled Babulal Verma v. ED in Criminal Application (APL) No. 201 of 2021 with Criminal Bail Application No. 974 of 2021 delivered just recently on 16 March 2021 has rightly, remarkably […]

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Evidence Of Interested Witness Should Be Subjected To Careful Scrutiny And Accepted With Caution: Allahabad High Court

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  It is interesting to learn that in a fresh, significant and commendable development, the Allahabad High Court has just recently on March 5, 2021 in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Rampal Singh And Others vs State of UP in Criminal Appeal No. 4506 of 2005 has observed quite emphatically, elegantly, eloquently […]

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Try 16+ As Adults In POCSO Cases: Top Panel

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  It has to be said right at the very outset that in a fresh, fine, favourable and fortunate development, according to people familiar with the matter, a top panel has recommended to the Union Government that it should reduce the age for trying people as adults under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences […]

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Writ Of Habeas Corpus Not Maintainable Against Judicial Order Of Magistrate/CWC Sending Minor Victim To Children Protection Homes: Allahabad HC

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  In a significant move, a Full Bench of Allahabad High Court comprising of Justice Siddhartha Varma, Justice Mahesh Chandra Tripathi and Justice Sanjay Yadav has just recently, rightly and remarkably in a latest judgment titled Km. Rachna and another vs State of UP and 4 others in Habeas Corpus Writ Petition No. 362 of […]

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Registration Of Copyright Not Mandatory For Seeking Protection Under Copyright Act: Bombay HC

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  In a recent, remarkable and reasonable judgment titled Sanjay Soya Pvt Ltd v. Narayani Trading Company in Interim Application (L) No. 5011 of 2020 in Commercial IP Suit No. 2 of 2021 delivered just recently on 9 March 2021, the Bombay High Court has held that registration of copyright is not mandatory under the […]

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Do One Month Community Service At Gurudwara Bangla Sahib”: Delhi HC Directs Accused While Quashing FIR Against Him

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  It is extremely encouraging, highly commendable and worth emulating that the Delhi High Court has most recently on March 12, 2021 in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Mohd Umair vs State (Govt NCT Of Delhi) And Ors & Anr in CRL.M.C. 674/2021 directed a young accused of 21 years to do […]

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Inexplicable And Tragic – Bombay HC Delivers Judgment On Uncontested Petition Pending For 31 Years

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It is none other than the Bombay High Court which is one of the oldest High Courts of India within which comes the entire jurisdiction area of  Maharashtra which has in latest Justice Index List has topped in the performance of States list  which has expressed its utmost disappointment in a latest, learned, laudable and […]

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Delhi HC Takes Suo Moto Cognizance Of “Stubborn Reluctance To Wear Masks Properly: On Flight And Issues Guidelines

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  It is quite refreshing, rejuvenating and remarkable to learn that the Delhi High Court has just recently on March 8, 2021 in a latest, landmark, laudable and learned judgment titled Court On Its Own Motion vs Directorate General of Civil Aviation  & Ors. in WP(C) No. 3184/2021 has taken suo-motu cognizance of what it […]

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New Haryana Quota Reserving 75% Of Private Sector Jobs For Locals Cannot Be Justified Somehow Or Anyhow

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  It is a matter of utmost serious concern that more and more states are now making laws for reserving jobs for locals. We saw earlier how in Madhya Pradesh ruled by BJP this happened. Now again in BJP ruled Haryana we see this happening that 75% of jobs in private sectors have been reserved for […]

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Judges Age For Retirement Must Be Increased To 75

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At the outset, it has to be stated without mincing any words that it merits no reiteration that Judges age for retirement must be now increased to 75. When lawyers can work as lawyers till the age of even 100 then why are Judges made to retire so early in life? The problem in India […]

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It Is Now Becoming A Trend To Register FIRs Alleging Sexual Harassment Cases To Force A Party To Withdraw Complaint Or To Arm Twist A Party: Delhi HC

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  It is remarkable, righteous, refreshing, rejuvenating and reasonable to learn that while ruling explicitly, elegantly, eloquently and effectively that time has come to initiate action against persons who file frivolous complaints under Sections 354, 354A, 354B, 354C, 354D IPC etc only for an ulterior purpose, the Delhi High Court has just recently on February […]

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Even If Judge’s Wife Is Distantly Related To One Of The Petitioners, This Nowhere Implies That Such Judge Is Prejudiced: Himachal Pradesh High Court  

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  In a significant, suave and sensible observation, the Himachal Pradesh High Court has just recently on 8 March 2021 in a latest, learned, landmark and laudable judgment titled Rajeev Bhardwaj v. State of H.P. & Others in CMP No. 877 of 2021 in LPA No. 33 of 2019 minced just no words in making […]

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Magistrate And Trial Judges Also Have Responsibility In Safeguarding Citizens’ Fundamental Rights: SC

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  It is quite significant to see that the Supreme Court in a righteous, recent, rejuvenating, refreshing and remarkable judgment titled Krishna Lal Chawla Vs State of U.P. in Criminal Appeal No. 283 of 2021 [Arising out of S.L.P. (Crl.) No. 6432/2020] delivered on March 8, 2021 in exercise of its criminal appellate jurisdiction has […]

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Judgement in Nirav Modi case in UK

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To read the Judgement kindly click on the link below: Judgement in Nirav Modi case in UK

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Anticipatory Bail Once Granted Does Not Automatically End With Filing Of Chargesheet: SC

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  In a practical, prudent, pleasant and powerful judgment titled Dr Rajesh Pratap Giri vs. State of U.P. & Anr. in Criminal Appeal Nos. 272-273 of 2021 (Arising out of SLP (Crl.) Nos. 693-694 of 2020 delivered recently on March 5, 2021, the Supreme Court has rightly, reasonably and remarkably reiterated that the anticipatory bail […]

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Non-IPC Offence “Punishable Up To Three Years” Non-Bailable Because It Is Possible To Impose Sentence Of Exact Three Years For Such Offences: Bombay HC

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  In a recent, remarkable and righteous decision titled Piyush Subhashbhai Raniapa vs The State of Maharashtra in Anticipatory Bail Application No. 336 of 2021,  the Bombay High Court has recently on 26th February 2021 in exercise of its criminal appellate jurisdiction has reiterated that non-IPC offences punishable with up to three years of imprisonment will […]

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Wife’s Silence Cannot Give Rise To An Inference That She Had Consented For Purpose Of Adoption U/S 7 Of Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act, 1956: Allahabad HC

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  While taking a clear, consistent, categorical, convincing and composed stand, the Allahabad High Court has in a brief, brilliant, balanced and blunt judgment titled Bhanu Pratap Singh v. State of U.P. and 3 others in Special Appeal No. 22 of 2021 delivered on 22 February 2021 maintained that a wife’s silence or lack of […]

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