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Rule 24(4) of the Rajasthan Police Subordinate Service Rules, 1989 provides that “no candidate shall be eligible for appointment to the service who has more than two children on or after 01-06-2002”.

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jurisdiction
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Supreme Court said that once the parties committed themselves to a written contract, whereby they reduced the terms and conditions agreed upon by them to writing, the same would be binding upon them.

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NDPS accused
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Supreme Court directed the accused to report to the local Police Station twice in a month, and directed his passport to be deposited with the Investigating Officer /with the Court concerned

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Permanent Commission
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Supreme Court said that if a proportional increase in the vacancies is required to be created to accommodate the petitioner, then this should be carried out without creating any precedent for the future.

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District Collectors summoned under S. 50 PMLA
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The District Collectors of several Districts of Tamil Nadu were summoned by the Directorate of Enforcement for various offences under the IPC and the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, including some of them being scheduled offences.

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IPC Section 306
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Supreme Court commented that “the criminal justice system of ours can itself be a punishment” as happened in the instant matter which started in 1993 and came to an end in 2024, after 30 years of suffering.

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Intention to cheat in marriage proposal
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“To make out an offence under cheating the intention to cheat or deceive should be right there from the beginning”.

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Non-disclosure of criminal case
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“Broad brushing every non-disclosure of criminal case as a disqualification from the recruitment will be unjust.”

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curative petition
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Supreme Court highlighted that the provision for filing curative petitions was incorporated in Order XLVIII of the 2013 Rules.

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illegally constructed Mosque
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In 2023, Madras High Court had held that the mosque was illegally constructed without any building sanction plan.

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Home Science lecturers post
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“Service jurisprudence must begin and end with rules that govern the process of qualification, recruitment, selection, appointment and conditions of service.”

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Food Safety and Standards Act
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Supreme Court in the instant matter explained that when offence under Sections 272 and 273 was made out, offence under Section 59 of FSSA would be attracted.

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enemy property
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Supreme Court directed that any demand for payment of taxes under the UP Municipal Corporation Adhiniyam, 1959 made and thereby paid by the respondent to Municipal Corporation shall not be refunded.

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prospective resignation
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Supreme Court: In an appeal against the judgment passed by Bombay High Court, whereby the Court dismissed the appeal preferred by the

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Acquits man accused of killing 2.5-yr-old nephew
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“The High Court, in exercise of appellate powers, may reappreciate the entire evidence, however, reversal of an order of acquittal is not to be based on mere existence of a different view or a mere difference of opinion”.

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scheme on Community kitchen
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Directions were sought from the Supreme Court against the States to formulate scheme for community Kitchens to combat hunger, malnutrition and starvation and the deaths resulting thereof.

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Chandigarh Mayor Polls Supreme Court Judgment
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“In order to maintain the purity of the electoral process, the “little cross” on the “little bit of paper” must be made only by the metaphorical “little man” walking into the “little booth” and no one else.”

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42-year-old murder case
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“Any lingering doubt about the involvement of an accused in the crime he is accused of committing, must weigh on the mind of the court and in such a situation, the benefit of doubt must be given to the accused.”

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Limitation for appeal against acquittal
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Supreme Court acknowledged that in case of special law prescribing a limitation period, Section 5 of the Limitation Act would have no application.

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candidate denied appointment as primary teacher
Case BriefsSupreme Court

The primary duty of the Constitutional Courts is to maintain a check on arbitrary use of power, including setting aside illegal administrative actions and take secondary measure of addressing the injurious consequences arising from arbitrary and illegal actions.

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