Madras High Court
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The damage and injury suffered by the children can very well be imagined. They have suffered disfiguration, lost friendship and company and suffered studies . Their marital prospects have become a serious question mark. No amount of compensation can give back what they lost. Considering the overall facts and circumstances, the Court granted them compensation of Rs. 10.00 lakhs each.

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court said that when the court issues a specific direction, it’s the prison official's duty to verify it and clarify if they have doubts. Thus, held that the detention was illegal.

Gauhati High Court
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The Gauhati High Court had taken suo motu cognizance of the allegation that house belonging to one of the citizens of Nagaon, was bulldozed by an order dated 13-12-2022

Madras High Court
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When the public officials have committed an act of negligence, lapses or dereliction of duty, the financial loss caused to the State exchequer are to be recovered from such public servants, who are responsible and accountable for the financial losses.

Bank of Baroda
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A signboard coming off the façade of the building was a foreseeable event given the fact that Delhi experiences high-velocity winds, in May, each year.

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Punjab and Haryana High Court while disposing of the appeals challenging compensation awarded by Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal held, unmarried daughter is financially dependent on her deceased father and entitled for compensation.

National Green Tribunal
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    National Green Tribunal | A bench comprising of Adarsh Kumar Goel (Chairperson), Sudhir Agarwal (Judicial Member), JJ., and A. Senthil

National Green Tribunal
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    National Green Tribunal | A bench comprising of Adarsh Kumar Goel (Chairperson), Sudhir Agarwal (Judicial Member), JJ., and A. Senthil

Manipur High Court
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    Manipur High Court: While deciding a case, wherein a five-year old girl came in contact with an electrical overhead line

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    Supreme Court: In an appeal filed against the judgment of Karnataka High Court reducing the total compensation from Rs. 21,08,400/-

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    District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Gurugram: While deciding the instant matter wherein the complainant applied for medical assistance due to

Delhi High Court
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Delhi High Court: In a case, wherein an appeal was filed under Section 23 of the Railway Claims Tribunal Act, 1987 (Act)

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    Supreme Court: In an appeal filed against the judgment passed by the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (‘NCDRC’), wherein the

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    Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Kollam: While deciding upon the instant consumer complaint against Zomato for failing to deliver the food

National Green Tribunal
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    National Green Tribunal | The bench comprising of Adarsh Kumar Goel (Chairperson), Sudhir Agarwal (Judicial Member), JJ., and A. Senthil

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Supreme Court: In a writ petition relating to the issue of implementation of the recommendations of the Justice B.N. Srikrishna commission constituted

Bombay High Court
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    Bombay High Court: In a case filed by the mother of a 9-year-old minor boy, seeking quashing of the FIR

Bombay High Court
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    Bombay High Court : In an appeal filed against the judgment and award dated 20-11-2009 passed by the Motor Accident

Manipur High Court
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    Manipur High Court: In a writ petition filed challenging the compensation awarded by the Lower Court, the division bench of

Bombay High Court
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A person who comes from a village looking for a job, boards a passenger train holding a valid journey ticket, alights from the train and is trying to exit the Railway Station in the absence of overbridge being forced to walk along the tracks and gets hit by another train and dies, cannot be said to be intentionally careless or negligent.