The writ of habeas corpus is a prerogative writ and an extraordinary remedy. It is a writ of right and not a writ of course and may be granted only on reasonable grounds or probable cause being shown.
The Court further pointed out that the instant petition did not make a strong case for violation of rules of reason and justice.
Karnataka High Court: While deciding the instant application seeking regular bail for offences under the provisions of Prohibition of Child
Kerala High Court: While adjudicating a divorce case, the Division Bench of A. Muhamed Mustaque and Sophy Thomas*, JJ., raised
“When a child takes on to be a kosher member of the adoptive family it is only logical that he takes the surname of the adoptive family and it is thus befuddling to see judicial intervention in such a matter.”
Punjab and Haryana High Court: A writ petition was filed seeking the relief of protection of life and liberty at the hands
Patiala House Courts: In a matter for grant of custody parole, Dharmender Rana, ASJ-02, held that, merely because the accused is Muslim
Kerala High Court: The Division Bench of A. Muhamed Mustaque and Kauser Edappagath, JJ., issued detailed guidelines for Family Courts for speedy
by Devanshu Sajlan*
Supreme Court: The bench of NV Ramana and Ajay Rastogi, JJ has agreed to examine the validity of a newly enacted law
Madras High Court: While examining the validity of certificates issued by the Kazis in the country in general and in Tamil Nadu