Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings against the petitioner based only on inspection report is arbitrary.
The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in the Union Government had instituted proceedings under Sections 14(2) read with Section 15(2) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act) for a declaration that the majority of the members of the Arbitral Tribunal were de jure/de facto unable to discharge their functions and consequently their mandate stands terminated in terms of Section 14 of the Act.
Rouse Avenue Courts Complex, Delhi: In a case filed by Enforcement Directorate (‘petitioner') seeking transfer of the case titled ‘Directorate
“The disclosure of the marks in the main examination before it is finalised and the viva-voce is conducted, would be against the principles of transparency, rather it will invite criticism of bias or favouritism.”
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Vivek Agarwal, J. allowed a bail application issuing a warning to First Additional Session Judge, Maihar, District Satna
Supreme Court: The Division Bench comprising of Ajay Rastogi* and Abhay S. Oka, JJ., held that non-supply of demanded documents is not
SUPREME COURT ALERT This NCLAT Order has been set aside by the Supreme Court, the detailed report of which can be found
Supreme Court: In a case where a Supreme Court Advocate Reepak Kansal had filed a writ against various officers of the Supreme
Gauhati High Court: The appellant company invited tenders for transportation of gas cylinders to which the respondent company replied and was accepted