Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court stated that the period of sentence served by a convict is only one of the several factors that are to be taken into consideration while adjudicating an application seeking suspension of sentence.

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Kerala High Court
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“For the reason that the parties are Hindus, one cannot assume that the order of maintenance is in recognition of the right under HAMA, for, Section 125 CrPC is secular and applicable to all.”

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“A thin line of distinction exists between defamation and public criticism and an onerous task lies with the Courts to maintain this delicate balance between the competing claims and rights.”

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Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court said that the petitioner had no prima facie right, title, and interest in the allotted units, and a case was not made out to restrain the respondents from creating any third-party interest.

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Bombay High Court
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The Court found the order of the Appellate Court was completely bereft of any findings or reasoning for reducing the maintenance amount, and that the Appellate Court could not have reduced the amount of maintenance once having rejected the Application for stay.

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“If any part of the offence or even one instance of the overt act is committed in India, the sanction under Section 188 CrPC is not required”

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Bombay High Court
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The Court emphasised on the settled position that when two views are possible to a case, then the one that is favours the accused must be adopted.

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Delhi High Court
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The Court dismissed an application for granting interim injunction as similarity of name cannot be the sole criteria, especially because it was a mythological character on which admittedly various works, movies and books are already available.

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Several members of Aam Aadmi Party including members of various other opposition parties made an audio and video recording of Court proceedings which had been circulated on various social media platforms.

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The Court noted Arbitration agreement specifying an even number of arbitrators cannot be a ground to render the arbitration agreement invalid. Appointed a sole arbitrator under Section 11(6) petition.

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A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.

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RBI imposed penalty on Central Bank of India for failing to comply with directions for Loans and Advances as well as Customer Protection.

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Bombay High Court
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The Court held that no previous sanction as contemplated under S. 197 CrPC would be necessary for investigating and filing final report for offences under S. 509 IPC and S. 3 of the SC/ST Atrocities Act, except for the offences punishable under S. 506 IPC.

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Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court said that the dynamic nature of the digital landscape necessitates that court orders are not static but evolve in tandem with technological advancements and challenges posed by the virtual domain.

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Delhi High Court made it clear that no further extension of time shall be granted with respect to the masjid and madarsa since the property is required for public purposes.

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Bombay High Court
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The Court noted that cognizance of the offence was not taken by the Trial Court as stipulated by Section 2(d) of the MCOCA, therefore, the accused persons could not be prosecuted on the charges of S. 3 MCOCA.

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It is imperative that a meeting be convened amongst all the stakeholders, i.e., Dean Student’s Welfare, Delhi University, Dean Faculty of Law and others to assess the facilities provided to the students with regard to the water coolers/provision for purified drinking water as well as the other infrastructural facilities including the availability of Wi-Fi services.

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In the present case, the notice has not been sent to the complete address which results in incomplete service of notice.

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The Delhi High Court said that the impact of terrorist activities on society is profound and far-reaching, as these crimes can sow fear and insecurity among communities, as well as disrupt social harmony.

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Gujarat High Court
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“Files / images which were forwarded by the applicant to a lady, who was stationed in Pakistan, were related to the Space Applications Centre, ISRO, Ahmedabad and these images were taken by the applicant without any authorization.”

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