In the case of suicide, mere allegation of harassment of the deceased by another person would not suffice unless there be such an action on the part of the accused which compels the person to commit suicide.
There must be prima facie case of deliberate falsity on a matter of substance and the Court must be satisfied and there must be reasonable foundation for the charge and the prosecution of the offender is necessary in the interest of justice.
As per communication issued by the Central Government, HSRP Scheme is imperative to the country’s National Security and in aiding reduction of vehicular borne crime.
FIR against Sudhir Chaudhary was lodged which had alleged that he had conspired to disrupt communal harmony by spreading misinformation on his channel about Karnataka Govt.’s Swavalambi Sarathi Scheme.
“Any action of transfer based on political pressure brought by any employee for being posted to a particular place is not only required to be annulled, but such an employee cannot be granted the requested posting”.
Considering this petition challenging appointment of the private respondents as Secretaries with Cabinet Rank, Court was of the view that the respondents were appointed to assist the Chief Minister and they are not functioning as the Ministers in the literal sense.
“It is more so when remedy provided under S. 70 of Karnataka Cooperative Societies Act, 1959 happens to be alternate and more efficacious one”.
Even though the delay in the instant case was caused due to petitioner’s actions, nevertheless, Lokayukta must complete the investigations within a time frame for a delay may defeat several rights of the petitioner.
The Court was of the view that a 63-year-old employee, who is to face a departmental enquiry along with the criminal trial becomes “tongue tied” and therefore he would require the assistance of a Legal Practitioner.
A convict has to keep in contact with the civil society although sporadically, so that his societal roots do not dry up when he languishes in the jail.
The Court in an extraordinary measure, also issued directions regarding vacancies pertaining to the Assistant Engineers posts
The Court quashed the proceedings on the ground that the district wherein the school was situated, does not come under the ambit of Karnataka Open Places (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act, 1981.
The Court rejected husband's challenge to maintenance order stating that ailment of diabetes is manageable due to modern medical advancements.
The Court emphasised that persons belonging to LGBTQ community should be treated with all the love and affection because sensitivity of them being ostracized already pervades in their psyche.
The Court stated that necessity to regulate the usage of dark web has become the need of the hour and persons involved in acts of uploading sensitive data of defence of the nation on to the dark web should be dealt with iron hands.
In this case, the husband had petitioned for dissolution of his marriage on grounds of cruelty, but the Family Court dismissed his petition. However, the High Court upon close scrutiny of evidence on record, set aside the Family Court’s decision.
The petitioner has contended that S. 22 of RERA Act violates the Basic Structure of the Constitution and envisages Executive predominance.
Deliberating over a decade old case, the Court also noted that media being the 4th pillar of democracy should act like it, for it has a social responsibility to maintain peace, as publication of the news items have wide implication on the society at large.
The Court further pointed out that the instant petition did not make a strong case for violation of rules of reason and justice.
The courts should make all efforts to try and dispose of matrimonial matters within 1 year so that in the event of granting such a decree, the parties may re-structure their lives.