The Andhra Pradesh High Court opined that conducting of the play had no legal bar, but it was the responsibility of everyone associated to maintain peace.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court directed the Official Receiver to cancel the sale deed as the same was without application of Section 53 of Provincial Insolvency Act.
Justice Arup Kumar Goswami who was appointed as the 14th Chief Justice of the High Court of Chhattisgarh with effect from 12-10-2021 is retiring today. Justice Goswami is known to be a cricket enthusiast and has represented Assam in the Ranji Trophy.
Some members of the Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Service had claimed that the service rendered by them as District & Sessions Fast Track judges on Ad-hoc basis was not considered for elevation to the Bench of the Andhra Pradesh High Court.
“The Courts have the power to cancel the bail and to examine the merits of the case in a case where the accused is released on default bail and released not on merits earlier. Such an interpretation would be in furtherance to the administration of justice.”
Woman files petition for compromising an offence under section 376 of IPC, stating that she made the complaint in anger instead of actually being aggrieved.
“By the time the judgment is proposed to be rendered on such a plaint, the law available for the Court would be that there was no Triple Talaq. Therefore, the view of the trial Court that the ratio in Shayara Banu's case (supra) is not applicable retrospectively is incorrect.” observed the Court
The Court was of the view that “Insofar as balance of convenience and irreparable loss are concerned, the petitioner is not a defaulter as of now and there is no complaint by any subscriber to that effect. Even the authorities did not complain receiving of any complaint qua default in payment prized money or any irregularity.”
Without there being any evidence as to the presence of the accused in the house at the time of the death of the deceased, especially when the material witnesses turned hostile, convicting the accused basing on the assumptions and presumptions by the Sessions Court was erroneous.
Andhra Pradesh High Court: In a case where the complainant alleged offence under Section 376 Penal Code, 1860 (‘IPC') and
Andhra Pradesh High Court: Subba Reddy Satti J. granted anticipatory bail to the Chief Executing Officer (applicant-accused) as on perusal
The President appoints following Additional Judges of the Andhra Pradesh High Court in that order of seniority, for a period of two
President appoints S/Shri (1) Konakanti Sreenivasa Reddy alias Srinivasa Reddy, (2) Gannamaneni Ramakrishna Prasad, (3) Venkateswarlu Nimmagadda, (4) Tarlada Rajasekhar Rao, (5)
President appoints the following to be Judges of the Andhra Pradesh High Court: Dr Kumbhajadala Manmadha Rao Kumari Boddupalli Sri Bhanumathi Ministry
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for elevation of the following persons as Judges in the Andhra Pradesh High Court: ADVOCATE:
Justice Kanneganti Lalitha Kumari, Judge of the Andhra Pradesh High Court transferred as Judge of the Telangana High Court. Ministry of Law
President of India, in exercise of the power conferred by clause (l) of Article 217, Article 224 and Article 222 of the
Andhra Pradesh High Court: Opining that, a Math, which is a separate institution rendering certain religious and other functions pertaining to a