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Delhi High Court
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Respondents further submits that IGST rate of five percent is also applicable for “Artificial Kidney” and “Disposable sterilized dialyzer”.

Delhi High Court
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The backbone of the Indian democracy are the people itself, who go on to choose their representative by way of direct election.

Delhi High Court
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“Petitioner has simply mentioned the numerical number of constituencies it intends to contest without complying with the mandatory provisions of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968”

Delhi High Court
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Debarment encompasses a broader scope than termination, as it can prohibit an entity from entering into any contracts with a company altogether, rather than just ending one specific contract, as is the case with termination.

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“What is striking, in this case, is that Respondent 1 has produced no document whatsoever which would prove their use since 1957, as claimed.”

DMRC’s Curative Petition
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Supreme Court has applied the standard of a ‘grave miscarriage of justice’ in the exceptional circumstances of this case where the process of arbitration has been perverted by the arbitral tribunal to provide an undeserved windfall to DAMEPL.

Delhi High Court
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“It is only once the Assessing Officer of the non-searched entity is satisfied that the material coming into its possession is likely to “have a bearing on the determination of the total income” that a notice under Section 153C would be issued.”

Delhi High Court
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Delhi High Court clarified that it is a legal matter between the petitioner and the Directorate of Enforcement, not a conflict between political parties. It stressed the need for the court to maintain its focus on the legal merits of the case, without being influenced by political dynamics.

Delhi High Court
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It is clarified that this order does not amount to acquittal but is merely suspension of conviction in peculiar circumstances of the case including the long political career of appellant and his age.

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To render an impression of authenticity, Defendant 1 is also circulating a forged Guarantee Agreement that mentions plaintiffs’ trade marks, trade name, registered address, Corporate Identity Number, and signatures of their founder.

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

Delhi High Court
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The illicit activities surrounding supply and circulation of counterfeit currency notes pose multifaceted risks to both economy and individuals within society. There is no gainsaying that proliferation of counterfeit currency facilitates various forms of illicit activities.

Delhi High Court
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The land-owning departments though, party to the present petition, are not serious enough in collecting or assisting the Internal Departmental Committee in collating the necessary documents, maps, and other records.

Delhi High Court
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The present case has highlighted the importance of maintaining a balance between protecting fair access to standardized technologies and protecting intellectual property rights.

Delhi High Court
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The Family Judge has erred in analyzing the life of the parties by taking a myopic view and by considering each incident as an independent window, when in fact it is the journey of the parties through their matrimonial life, which is determinative of their compatibility, progressiveness, and growth.

Delhi High Court
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“The opportunity to the petitioner to file a reply to the show cause notice was therefore a mere eye wash, and nothing more.”

Delhi High Court
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In cases of heinous crimes such like rape and acid attack, conviction can be solely premised upon the testimony of the victim/prosecutrix, but the deposition must be trustworthy, unblemished, credible, and sterling quality.

Delhi High Court
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The Court requested all the Judges to refrain from adjourning the subject cases except for rare and compelling reasons.