Supreme Court was hearing a matter pertaining to judicial infrastructure and AAP’s alleged encroachment of land allotted to Delhi High Court.
Though every ‘retweet’ of defamatory imputation would ordinarily amount to ‘publication’ under Section 499 IPC, it is ultimately for the aggrieved person to decide as to which retweet caused more harm to his reputation.
“Earlier, the Bench had verbally observed that central assessment may be necessary if there were cross transactions between individuals.”
Earlier, the Court had granted him interim bail on medical grounds on 26-05-2023 and was further extended till 01-09-2023.
In case of a sloppy trial, the Supreme Court kept scope for Manish Sisodia to file another application for bail.
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week
Section 127 of IT Act to the extent it permits transfer from one Assessing Officer under a Principal Commissioner of Income Tax to another Assessing Officer under another Principal Commissioner of Income Tax who are holding non-concurrent charges remains untouched and continues to apply in its pristine form.
The petitioner Satyendar Kumar Jain is an influential person and has the potential to tamper with the evidence as indicated by his conduct during custody.
Karkardooma Court, Delhi: In a bail application moved on behalf of applicant/accused Saleem Malik @ Munna under Section 437 Code
Delhi High Court: In a suit filed by Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi (‘plaintiff’) seeking relief of permanent injunction and
Rouse Avenue Courts Complex, Delhi: In a case filed by Enforcement Directorate (‘petitioner') seeking transfer of the case titled ‘Directorate
Quality and relevancy; and not quantity of evidence, is what determines the fate of a case.