The Collegium recommends two more names of Justice Rajesh Bindal, Chief Justice, Allahabad High Court and Justice Aravind Kumar, Chief Justice, Gujarat
Gujarat High Court observed that due to COVID-19 lockdown it was impossible for the petitioner to get Form-F and denying adjournment after taking note of this fact results in breach of principle of natural justice.
The Supreme Court has directed ONGC and State to either comply with the Gujarat High Court's order directing the permanent acquisition of land by ONGC on or before 26.04.2023 or face necessary consequences.
Gujarat High Court denied entry to an American Passport holder who has been convicted as a sex offender and held that petition filed by the petitioner's father on petitioner's behalf, invoking Articles 14 and 19 of the Constitution of India, is not maintainable because life and liberty of a person not on the shore of India, cannot be invoked on his behalf when the individual himself is not in India
The preamble of the RTI Act captures informed citizenry and promotes transparency in the functioning of the government, which makes petitioner entitled to know the procedure followed in the decision-making process of denying the permission to protest.
Gujarat High Court while deciding the bail application strikes the balance between personal liberty of accused and seriousness of offences committed.
The year 2022 saw a bustling activity in the Supreme Court vis-a-vis appointments and retirements. The Collegium headed by 3 CJIs this year, oversaw new elevations and recommendations. Whereas a significant number of Judges bid farewell to their Judgeship this year as well. Read this curated piece to know how 2022 affected the judicial strength of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court said that the seniority list was correctly published by interspacing those direct recruits who were eligible in the recruitment year 2009-10 and were appointed against the vacancies of the said year with 53 promotees who were promoted. However, it recommended a reference to a 5-judge bench for reconsideration.
Judicial Officers were given a show-cause notice by the Gujarat High Court for not following the Court’s orders and directions
Gujarat High Court denied showing any leniency while deciding bail application of accused charged with offences under POCSO Act.
Gujarat High Court held that a writ cannot be issued to direct the authorities to complete the reappointment process on time
“The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition”
by Ritu Singh†
Gujarat High Court: While deciding the instant matter concerning copyright infringement, the Bench of Niral Mehta, J., observed that a
Gujarat High Court: The instant petitions came up before the Court challenging the Award of the Labour Court, Vadodara, whereby which it
Gujarat High Court: Nirzar S. Desai, J. quashed an FIR and its consequential proceedings which were registered for the offences punishable under
Gujarat High Court: The Division Bench of S.H. Vora and Rajendra M. Sareen, JJ. dismissed a criminal appeal which was
by Arunima Bose†
Gujarat High Court: Biren Vaishnav, J. allowed a petition reiterating that a Government employee is entitled to avail the benefits
Supreme Court: The Division Bench of Hemant Gupta* and V. Ramasubramanian, JJ., held that non-supply of satisfaction note to the assessee will