by Bhavya Johari†
The Karnataka High Court held that merely mentioning an individual’s caste during an altercation with no intention to insult, would not attract the provisions of the SC/ ST Act
The Telangana High Court upheld the conviction of a husband under Section 498A of Penal Code, 1860 (IPC) despite there being contradictions in the dying declarations as there were consistent statements about abuse and cruelty committed on the wife in all the dying declarations.
Competition Commission of India: In a significant development, the Commission while deliberating upon the alleged contravention of Sections 3 and
Chhattisgarh High Court: In a case relating to the appeal filed by the wife against the decision of the family
Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Sadhana S. Jadhav and Prithviraj K. Chavan, JJ., modified the conviction of a husband who
Delhi High Court: While addressing a matrimonial dispute, Division bench of Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh, JJ., held that, In cases where
Kerala High Court: Mohammed Nias C.P., J., quashed the proceedings against the petitioner for obstructing a police officer from performing his duty.
Bombay High Court: Anuja Prabhudessai, J., opined that where the witness is of tender age (as in the instant case before the
Kerala High Court: Shircy V., J., rejected the bail application of a doctor and his family accused of dowry demand and cruelty
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Punjab and Haryana High Court: Fateh Deep Singh, J. allowed the application of bail on the ground that petitioner was behind the
Competition Commission of India (CCI): An information alleging abuse of dominant position by Prateek Realtors India Pvt. Ltd. (Prateek Realtors) with regard