Punjab and Haryana High Court pointed out that from the suicide note, it could not be said that the petitioner ever came in contact with the complainant’s son after the day of settlement between the two families.
At this stage of bail, it can hardly be said with any conviction that the promise of marriage made by the petitioner to the prosecutrix is ex-facie false; and that it has been made in bad faith, with no intention of being adhered to when it was given.
Bombay High Court commented that refusal to discharge the accused merely with an observation that intercourse was forcible at some time cannot be said to be a justified exercise of power.
The Supreme Court, while allowing the special leave petition filed by the petitioner, set aside the order passed by the Rajasthan High Court which had dismissed the anticipatory bail application without considering the facts and circumstances of the case.
Kerala High Court: In a bail matter, P.V. Kunhikrishnan, J., noted the position of law that, a promise to marry made to
Supreme Court: In an interesting case, the Division Bench comprising of L. Nageswara Rao and B.R, Gavai, JJ., acquitted the appellant who
Madhya Pradesh High Court, Indore: Subodh Abhyankar, J., expressed that, the bane of live-in-relationship is a by-product of the Constitutional guarantee as
by Sudhanshu Chaudhari* and Amit Pai**
Court of XXXII Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Bengaluru: Padmakar Vanakudre, XXXII Addl. CMM, in a case wherein a woman, alleged that she
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Arvind Singh Sangwan, J., dismissed a petition wherein the petitioner/Advocate filed a petition seeking legal action against
Bombay High Court: Sandeep K. Shinde, J., addressed a matter wherein the appellant challenged the conviction and sentence passed by Additional Sessions
Kerala High Court: Raja Vijayaraghavan V, J., allowed pre-arrest bail to the applicant accused of raping a women whom he allegedly met on
Delhi High Court: Vibhu Bhakru, J. while disposing of the petition upheld the decision of the trial court on finding no infirmity
Kerala High Court: It is now from the last decade or two that it has become a matter of common parlance that women