The missing person has not been traced either dead or alive and the stalemate continues, thus, taking into consideration the overall situation and without being too harsh on the State Government and instead, on humanitarian ground, the Madras High Court directed the State to pay compensation to the missing man’s family.
Of all the things a system should fear, Complacency heads the list. The case in hand gave us a wake-up call and made us question ourselves as to whether we have become complacent and conditioned while dealing with preventive detention cases. Having got that call from within, we decided to shake up and wriggle out of the complacency and do a reality check.
Madras High Court: In a habeas corpus petition filed calling for the records pertaining to the order of detention passed
Allahabad High Court: In a habeas corpus writ petition filed by the husband Sanjay Kumar Singh, J. has held that
Madras High Court: In a petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying to issue a writ
Allahabad High Court: Saurabh Shyam Shamshery, J. dismissed a habeas corpus petition holding that the certificates issued by Arya Samaj
Sexual abuse resulting in tying of knot between the victim and the accused in violation of provisions of law or birth of a child, does not mitigate the act of the petitioner in any manner, since the consent of a minor is immaterial and inconsequential in law
Allahabad High Court Disability In a case where an employee of Central Bank of India petitioned to be exempted from routine transfers
Orissa High Court: A Division Bench of SK Sahoo and M S Raman, JJ. disposed of the petition leaving the petitioner with
Kerala High Court: A Division Bench of K Vinod Chandra and C Vijayachandran, JJ. dismissed the petition and rejected the relief sought
Andhra Pradesh High Court: A Division Bench of Tarlada Rajashekhar Rao and K Manmadha Rao, JJ. disposed of the petition and directed
Chhattisgarh High Court: A Division Bench of Arup Kumar Goswami CJ and N K Chandravanshi J. dismissed the petition and declined to
Supreme Court: In a habeas corpus case the Division Bench Ajay Rastogi and Abhay S. Oka*, JJ., held that in a case
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Vishal Dhagat, J. disposed off a petition directing SHO’s to register cases against respondents in respective police stations.
Allahabad High Court: Dr Yogendra Kumar Srivastava, J., while examining the scope of the writ of habeas corpus, expressed that, The power
Allahabad High Court: Dr Y.K. Srivastava, J., expressed that, in a matter of custody of a minor child, the paramount consideration is
Calcutta High Court: The Division Bench of Rabindranath Samanta and Soumen Sen, JJ., allowed a writ petition which was filed invoking the
Allahabad High Court: Dr Yogendra Kumar Srivastava, J., decided an issue with regard to the habeas corpus petition for custody of a
Gauhati High Court: Kalyan Rai Surana, J., held that the writ of habeas corpus cannot be invoked unless there is an allegation
Allahabad High Court: Yogendra Kumar Srivastava, J., dismissed the petition and rejected the issuance of writ of habeas corpus by a husband