The petitioner was detained in June 2022 based on a FIR registered against him in 2004. However, the petitioner had already been acquitted from the charges levied against him in 2004.
“The worth of a lawyer flows from his pen, extreme hard work and his understanding of law and not from the barrel of a gun”
Legislature has deliberately used the words “acquire”, “possess” and “use” in the same Section 3(3) of the Arms Act having different connotations, to be construed in a manner to give effect to each word to further the purpose of the legislation i.e., to reduce the number of firearms that could be possessed by an individual.
Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings involve the widespread issue of fake arms licenses, and it is natural that insiders in the Collectorate Office would also be involved in a matter of this magnitude.
Supreme Court: In an appeal relating to the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, the division bench of B.R. Gavai and B.V.
Rajasthan High Court: Vijay Bishnoi, J. held the appeal filed by District Magistrate before Divisional Commissioner under Section 18 of Arms Act,
Andhra Pradesh High Court: Cheekati Manavendranath Roy, J., allowed the criminal petition and granted bail to the petitioners. The facts of the
Delhi High Court: Deciding a matter of whether an NRI person in possession of two live ammunitions with a valid license can
Patiala House Courts (New Delhi): While discharging the accused from alleged offences under Sections 3 and 4 of MCOC Act, Sh. Parveen
“If a preliminary inquiry could be conducted, there may not be any reason as to why formal departmental inquiry could not have been initiated against the delinquent.”
Delhi High Court: Suresh Kumar Kait, J., addresses a matter revolving around the possession of ammunition by a person which he/she is
Delhi High Court: Vibhu Bakhru, J., in the present petition observed that, “A deadly weapon is one, which is lethal and is likely
Kerala High Court: Ashok Menon, J., allowed the bail application of the applicant-accused in connection with the FIR registered for offences punishable
Shooting is an important Olympic sport in India. The Indian shooters have excelled in international competitions. Keeping this in mind, the Ministry
Bombay High Court: A Division Bench comprising of T.V. Nalawade and S.M. Gavhane, JJ., partly allowed the present petition while explaining the
Calcutta High Court: A Division Bench of Sanjib Banerjee and Suvra Ghosh, JJ. allowed the appeal filed by two persons who were
Jammu & Kashmir High Court: In this petition filed before Rashid Ali Dar, J., an order passed by District Magistrate, Baramulla was
Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Sachdeva, J. modified the order of sentence imposed on petitioner and directed that the sentences shall run concurrently and
Allahabad High Court: A Division Bench comprising of Vipin Sinha and Ifaqat Ali Khan, JJ. dismissed the appeal as the applicant failed
Patna High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Aditya Kumar Trivedi, J. allowed a criminal appeal and set aside the conviction