“The PIL has been filed highlighting the inaction of the Mines and Geology Department and other agencies to check illegal sand mining being conducted by unscrupulous elements in the River Neeva in Chittoor District and particularly in SettiappamThangal Village, Ananthapuram Panchayat.”
“The petitioner submitted that the Trial Court erred in allowing the petition even without filing the statement of assets and liabilities and the respondent herself deserted the petitioner and yet, sought maintenance, therefore, she is not entitled to claim any interim maintenance.”
“Right to speedy trial is implicit in the broad sweep and content of Article 21 of the Constitution. A quest for speedy trial shall not remain as a desolate mirage but serve as an oasis.”
“The Gazette notification dated 07-05-2015 and proceedings 09-06-2016, are not violative of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution and do not infringe the petitioner’s fundamental to carry on his business in a particular District.”
“The criminal liability against the appellant is fastened basing on the so-called version of Accused 1 and 2 which is nothing but confession by exonerating the two accused. The whole approach of the Trial Court in appreciating the evidence on record is not in accordance with law.”
“Unless there is any blatant mistake or error on the face of the record which may lead to miscarriage of justice, the Revisional Court shall not exercise its diligence over the matter.”
“Petitioner is conscious of the fact that he is a Christian and his marriage is with a Christian lady and the marriage is solemnized in a church as per the Christian rites and church formalities.”
“It is this Court’s steadfast belief that a patient in need of medical attention should be granted immediate, effective, and comprehensive treatment. Additionally, the choice of the medical facility for treatment should remain with the patient.”
Naidu pleaded that the Trial Court’s order was passed without considering CID’s failure to obtain prior approval from Governor as required under Section 17A of Prevention of Corruption Act.
“In case where the language of the decree is capable of two interpretations, the interpretation which favours the advancement of the decree by getting its execution is to be preferred.”
“It is not stated in the affidavit as to how the documents are relevant to the suit except stating that, the documents are important and crucial documents to prove that the promissory note suit is a rank forged and materially altered.”
“A Matrimonial Court has the power to order a person to undergo medical test, therefore, it cannot be contended that the relief cannot be granted merely because the marriage was denied.”
Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra started his legal career from the District Courts and High Courts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and was later appointed as the Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court.
“Rule 50 of the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules, 1980 is with intend to give relief to the woman becoming wife. Under such circumstances, even the wife from the second marriage was made entitled for family pension.”
“Section 11(2) of Andhra Pradesh Civil Courts Act, 1972 empowers the District Judge to transfer any case to the Additional District Judge who would have the same power as that of the District Judge in disposing of the transfer cases.”
“If the construction is completed it will be a fait accompli. The loss will be irreparable. Balance of convenience is in favour of maintaining the status quo with respect to the construction of houses in R5 zone till the final judicial orders are passed.”
Justice PV Sanjay Kumar is a judge of the Supreme Court of India. He has formerly served as the Chief Justice of Manipur High Court and Judge of Punjab & Haryana High Court as well as Andhra Pradesh High Court.
“It is the basic duty and responsibility of the respondent to protect the environment of the forest by complying with the G.O.Ms.No.91, Environment Forests Science and Technology (FOR.III) Department and by submitting the complete report as it is on his recommendation that the shifting is permitted.”
After completing his LLB, Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur joined the chambers of his brother and former Chief Justice of India, Justice T.S. Thakur. On 28-07-2023, Justice D.S. Thakur was sworn in as 5th Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court (estd. on 26-12-2018).
Andhra Pradesh High Court The President has appointed Shri Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur, Judge, Bombay High Court, as the Chief Justice of