“The Criminal Court should decide like cases alike, and in such cases, the Court cannot make a distinction between the two accused, which will amount to discrimination”.
Supreme Court left it to the Union Government to determine whether a change in law was warranted through diverse considerations falling within its remit during policy making choices and decisions.
“Section 10A(1) of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 mandates that all applications received prior to 12-01-2015 shall become ineligible”.
Supreme Court said that admissibility and credibility are two distinct aspects, and the latter is really a matter of evaluation of other available evidence.
This report covers the Supreme Court’s Never Reported Judgment dating back to the year 1952 on the credibility of injured eyewitnesses.
“Intentional exercise of a choice between the alternatives bars the persons making the choice from the benefit of the one not selected on the principle of ‘estoppel by election’.”
In a suo motu petition for expeditious trial of cases under Section 138 of the NI Act, the Supreme Court directed for creation of Special Courts with retired judicial/administrative officers, as a pilot study for a period of one year from 01-09-2022 to 31-08-2023.
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. has onboarded Sarika Raichur and Shruti Khanijow as partners in the General Corporate and Dispute Resolution —
“The Court recognises the need to take stringent action as the application reveals that there is misuse of the domain names and the two logos – Crescent Logo Design and Hamburger Refresh Design Logo.”
“The least conspicuous part of Parle’s label is, in fact, the “For the Bold!” tagline, featuring towards the lower edge of the label. It is only a customer who is particularly searching for the tagline who, therefore, would notice it.”
State has a strong interest in protecting children from obscene content in the school setting. However, READER (HB900) misses the mark on obscenity with a web of unconstitutionally vague requirements.