Supreme Court stayed the operation of the Allahabad High Court's judgment to the extent it directs refund of the fee paid to ex-students, till the next date of hearing.
Allahabad High Court noted that last year, the Trial Court convicted Kamlesh Pawan and six others for protesting against the arrest of Akhilesh Yadav and attempting to burn the statue of the then UP Chief Minister, Mayawati.
Allahabad High Court said that the FIR has been lodged by the grandmother of the accused and she is not an eyewitness. The other witnesses are also not the eyewitnesses in the instant matter and only on hearsay basis, the bail of the accused has been rejected.
Women or girl raped is not an accomplice and to insist on corroboration of the testimony, amounts to insult to womanhood.
Allahabad High Court reiterated that a statute should be read and understood according to its plain grammatical meaning, unless that construction leads to an absurd result, or defeats the object and the very purpose of it
Allahabad High Court said that in the eye of law, wife and husband have separate entity. The present case is not a case that the wife, sole proprietor of the Firm had provided the cheque signed by or on behalf of the applicant
Allahabad High Court said that the facts of this case are not only shocking but show the mindset of male persons that when a woman has not conceived for many years, the only fault is of the women and not of men and for that women are subject to occultist rituals. It is a curse for society that such rituals are still prevailing in 21st Century.
Newly elevated Judge of the Supreme Court of India, Justice Rajesh Bindal, celebrates his 62nd birthday today. Prior to being elevated to the Supreme Court, Justice Bindal was serving as the Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court.
Allahabad High Court said that joy ride of four friends converted into a tragic ride, wherein one friend died. The applicant and other co-accused appears to be negligent as they, despite being adult boys, have not discharged their duty to help injured friend in order to provide proper medication.
Allahabad High Court said that the power of quashing criminal proceedings should be exercised very sparingly and with circumspection and that too in rarest of the rare cases.
Allahabad High Court said that offences of the kind that have a tendency to promote hatred between classes of people or communities, have to be put down with a heavy hand. These offences cannot be permitted to flourish in society by adopting a soft-pedalling approach at the cost of widespread damage to the community.
7-Judge Bench of Allahabad High Court said that the Kanpur Lawyers by using abusive unparliamentary language and outrageous behavior during the strike period, scandalised and lowered the authority of the Court and undermined the sanctity of the Institution and the dignity of the entire district judiciary, have committed the contempt of Court.
Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings involve the widespread issue of fake arms licenses, and it is natural that insiders in the Collectorate Office would also be involved in a matter of this magnitude.
Allahabad High Court rejected the contention of the petitioner that since forms are filled up by the agents/officers of LIC, anything omitted would not constitute ground for repudiation/rejection of the claim.
7-Judge Bench of Allahabad High Court said that despite sincere efforts being made by this Court, the lawyers are adamant not to perform their work in the Court and their actions are creating hurdle in dispensation of justice, which is nothing but a sort of contempt of Court.
Allahabad High Court said that things cannot be kept pending for long when the matter has an element of high publicity all over the country. This Court will not permit any authority to occasion delay on the pretext of the submission of the desired report of the Archaeological Survey of India.
Allahabad High Court said that keeping cows and calf as pet animals is a common practice in the villages irrespective of caste, creed and religion
Justice Ramesh Sinha, former senior judge of Allahabad High Court was recently appointed as the 15th Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court via notification issued by the Ministry of Law and Justice.