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“It is essential that there be illegalities or deficiencies at the face of the Award which shocks the conscience of the Court for it to qualify to be set aside by an act of this Court while adjudicating upon a petition filed under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.”

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The concession agreement is neither a statute, nor is it a law which protects the national interests of this nation and a mere failure of the arbitral tribunal to consider an argument on the same would not render the arbitral award in contravention of the fundamental policy of Indian law.

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    Delhi High Court: In a case pending for 5 years before Court, the parties finally reached compromise and sought quashing

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“The speed limits on most of our roads are in the vicinity of 70 to 90 km. But many of them cannot even handle traffic that moves over 20 or 30 km. This is compounded when it rains and when the potholes are not visible, as in the case of the hapless victim we are dealing with.”

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench of M.R. Shah* and Sanjiv Khanna, JJ., reversed concurrent findings of the Arbitral Tribunal and the Delhi

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Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Vivek Rusia and Rajendra Kumar Verma, JJ. took up a bunch of petitions which

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Tripura High Court: Akil Kureshi, CJ., decided on a matter wherein the petitioners had prayed for quashing and setting aside various first

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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of S.V. Gangapurwala and Shrikant D. Kulkarni, JJ., expressed that, In a welfare State, statutory authorities

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Delhi High Court: A Division Bench comprising of Rajendra Menon, C.J. and V. Kameswar Rao, J. dismissed a petition filed by a