An article titled “Documents Provide Fresh Insight Into Allegations of Stock Manipulation That Rocked India’s Powerful Adani Group” was published on the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (‘OCCRP’) website.
Camouflage and guise to bypass the statutory mandate of pre-litigation mediation should be checked when deception and falsity is apparent or established.
Calcutta High Court held that all the reliefs sought by the petitioner is to protect the subject matter of the arbitration and to preserve the rights of the parties under the Share Purchase Agreement (SPA).
“District Court, Karnal where the first petition was filed pertaining to the Agreement in question alone shall have jurisdiction over the arbitral proceedings and all subsequent applications arising out of the Licence Agreement. No other Court can entertain any subsequent application.
Supreme Court also issued notice on a separate transfer petition filed by the producer of the film for transferring the proceedings of the movie in different High Courts to the Supreme Court.
Bombay High Court observed that as the plaintiff has failed to make out a prima facie case in its favour, the aspects of the balance of convenience and irreparable loss that the plaintiff may suffer in the absence of interim reliefs, pale into insignificance.
Lieutenant-Governor of Delhi was alleged of assaulting Narmada Bachao Andolan activist Medha Patkar.
Allahabad High Court granted two weeks’ time to UPPSC to file a reply and the candidate one week thereafter to file a rejoinder affidavit
The Court granted interim relief to the homebuyers viewing the interim protection granted by the Delhi High Court vide order dated 25-05-2022.
The Court was of the view that the petitioner’s utterances towards the victim and the allegations stated in the FIR, prima facie attract the penal provisions related to sexual harassment.
The High Court’s order came in reference to the FIR filed by the President of Assam Youth Congress who has levelled allegations of mental harassment on Indian Youth Congress President, Srinivas BV.
“The Court held that in every case of trademark infringement, the plaintiff claiming infringement of its registered mark is required to claim relief in the context of specific instances of infringement, relatable to individuals against whom orders can be passed by the Court.”
National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi: While deciding an appeal filed against the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) order imposing a
Madras High Court granted interim relief to Viacom 18, as it has made out a prima facie case on merits and the balance of convenience was also in its favour.
The Court was of the view that “Insofar as balance of convenience and irreparable loss are concerned, the petitioner is not a defaulter as of now and there is no complaint by any subscriber to that effect. Even the authorities did not complain receiving of any complaint qua default in payment prized money or any irregularity.”
The Delhi High Court held that Facebook posts cannot be treated as determinative of the location of a person at a particular point of time. Therefore, the Court set aside the order of Intellectual Property Appellate Board and restored the rectification petitions filed before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board for re-hearing.
Bombay High Court: Invoking its equity jurisdiction, the Division Bench of Sunil B. Shukre and Anil L. Pansare, JJ., granted
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Nandita Dubey, J. dismissed a petition seeking interim relief majorly in order to obtain a direction for recognition
Supreme Court: The bench of MR Shah* and Sanjiv Khanna, JJ has set aside the Bombay High Court order releasing a man
Uttaranchal High Court: Emphasizing on the purpose and object of Section 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, Division bench of