The Calcutta High Court affirmed the petitioner’s locus standi, i.e., right to challenge the election process based on the infringement of rights as a registered medical practitioner.
The FIR was lodged under Sections 11(1) and 11(1)(d) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 because 19 buffaloes were found being transported in a truck in a cruel manner.
Allahabad High Court noted that there does not appear to be any material to show that accused persons had used any undue influence or allurement to the villagers for mass conversion.
Allahabad High Court said that the detenue is living with her parents, thus, it cannot be said that she is in illegal detention.
Supreme Court said that the petitioner has no locus to file the petition to sought inauguration of new Parliament building by the President and not the Prime Minister of India and that he should be grateful that the Court is not imposing any costs on him.
The NCLAT held that there is no law which allows a third party or shareholders to settle the claims of Financial Creditor on behalf of the Corporate Debtor, M/s McDowell Holdings Limited.
The recruitment process to any public post should be conducted in a fair and transparent manner. If the candidates are selected by any criterion other than merit and efficiency, the public authority will suffer for all the times to come. It is in the public interest that the process of selection and appointment should be transparent to make it foolproof from corrupt practices.
The petitioners have told the Court that though they are not directly affected by Rajasthan High Court’s order, they had approached the Court as the State, which is the Guardian of the interests of the persons living in the State, has chosen not to appeal and if the accused teacher will go unpunished in this case, not only him but other teachers may also commit similar offences with girls in future.
Allahabad High Court: In an appeal against the judgment passed by the Special Judge acquitting the accused persons in Babri
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