The Delhi High Court opined that passing comments like “negligent” and “insensitive” might impair a person’s confidence, work, and reputation, thus, the Court deleted remarks in the orders passed by Trial Court against police officers.
Bombay High Court: In a matter wherein, a journalist sought to quash proceedings against him for publishing news items regarding the rift
Calcutta High Court: Expressing that, “Time has come that every dutiful citizen of the country must realize their duties and accountability to
Telangana High Court: K. Lakshman, J., while addressing a very pertinent issue expressed that, Intention of the Legislature is to reduce the
Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) conducted a study in 2004 into the factors causing stress in forces and suggest remedial
Supreme Court of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka: A Full Judge Bench of B.P. Aluwihare, Murdu N.B. Fernando, and S.
Chhattisgarh High Court: Gautam Chourdiya, J., upheld the decision of the trial court in a matter with regard to Section 379 Penal
As reported by the media, the three police officers who were dealing with Pollachi sexual assault case and had revealed the identity