“In an organisation like CRPF, which is India’s largest paramilitary Force, a member with a mental condition cannot be expected to perform his duties with utmost commitment and discipline.”
“The Mental Healthcare Act, 2017 is a special Act and by virtue of Section 120 of the said Act, the same has been given an overriding effect with respect to any other law for the time being in force.”
The Medical Board, upon examining the Minor girl, advised not to terminate pregnancy of 29 weeks 05 days and no abnormality was detected by the Psychiatrist.
The Delhi High Court allowed termination of 28 weeks pregnancy of a woman as the Medical Board from AIIMS diagnosed some “substantial abnormalities” in the foetus.
5-Judge Constitution Bench of SC was hearing application to modify guidelines prescribed in 2018 Euthanasia Judgment and viewed that the guidelines need modifications. Thus, simplified the process for passive euthanasia. A detailed order with specific directions is awaited.
Delhi High Court: In a case filed seeking termination of pregnancy under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 (MTP
Supreme Court: In the Kathua Rape and murder case where one of the accused was found to be taking the statutory shelter
“A casual or cavalier approach while recording as to whether an accused is a juvenile or not cannot be permitted as the courts are enjoined upon to perform their duties with the object of protecting the confidence of a common man in the institution entrusted with the administration of justice.”
Allahabad High Court: In a case relating to unwanted 23-week pregnancy of a 12-year-old rape victim, the division bench of Attau Rahman
Kerala High Court: V. G. Arun, J., allowed medical termination of 28-week pregnancy of a 14-year-old girl. The mother of
Tripura High Court: Arindam Lodh, J. allowed a writ petition issuing directions to the Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited to pay all
Armed Forces Tribunal (Lucknow Bench): The Division Bench of Justice Umesh Chandra Srivastava, Member (J) and Vice Admiral Abhay Raghunath Karve, Member
Karnataka High Court: N S Sanjay Gowda, J., directed the Medical Practitioners to terminate the pregnancy in accordance with the provisions of
Kerala High Court: The Division Bench of A. Muhamed Mustaque and Kauser Edappagath, JJ., held that to get a decree of divorce
Allahabad High Court: A Division Bench of Biswanath Somadder and Dr Y. K. Srivastava, JJ. dismissed the present appeal since this was not