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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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Consent Of Family, Community Or Clan Not Necessary Once Two Adult Individuals Agree To Enter Into Wedlock: SC

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  In a latest, landmark, laudable and learned judgment titled Laxmibai Chandaragi B & Anr. vs. State of Karnataka & Ors. in Writ Petition [Criminal] No. 359/2020 delivered just recently on February 8, 2021, the Supreme Court minced just no words to make it absolutely clear that the consent of the family or the community […]

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Supreme Court Deprecates Practice Of Pronouncing Final Orders Without Reasoned Judgments

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In a latest, learned, landmark and laudable judgment titled Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd. vs. Zaixhu Xie & Ors. in Civil Appeal No. 4022/2020 in [SLP [C] No. 15137 2020] D. No. 21991/2020 delivered just recently on December 11, 2020 by a three Judge Bench of Supreme Court comprising of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari […]

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Police Presence During Test Identification Makes Statements By Identifiers Fall Within The Ban Of Section 162 CrPC: SC

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It must be stated right at the outset that in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled Chunthuram vs. State of Chhattisgarh in Criminal Appeal No. 1392 of 2011 delivered as recently as on October 29, 2020, a three-Judge Bench of the Apex Court comprising of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Krishna Murari and Hrishikesh Roy […]

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Conviction Can Be Based On Sole Eye Witness Testimony Only If He Is Wholly Reliable

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In a well-balanced, well-analysed, well-articulated, well-reasoned and well-framed judgment titled Amar Singh vs The State (NCT Of Delhi) in Criminal Appeal No. 335 of 2015, delivered as recently as on October 12, 2020, the Supreme Court has laid down in no uncertain terms that conviction can be based on the testimony of a single eye […]

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