“It is submitted that a one-time private, and non-commercial event is being held at various locations in the complex and there is no provision contained in any law, that prohibit Respondents 3 and 4 from inviting guests to view their facilities, especially for non-commercial purposes.”
The Supreme Court said that this decision on the Tamil Nadu Amendment Act would also guide the Maharashtra and the Karnataka Amendment Acts. Thus, it held that all the three Amendment Acts are valid legislations .
Karnataka High Court: S.P Sandesh J., allowed the appeal and set aside the impugned order. The facts of the case are such
Madras High Court: G.R. Swaminathan, J., while retention of custody of an Elephant named ‘Lalitha’ to her caretaker with whom she had stayed
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Uttaranchal High Court: Alok Kumar Verma, J., allowed a bail application filed in connection for the offences punishable under Sections 3, 5,