Section 43D (5) of UAPA
Case BriefsSupreme Court

Supreme Court observed that “mere delay in trial pertaining to grave offences as one involved in the instant case cannot be used as a ground to grant bail.”

Supreme Court Judgments on discharge of accused
Case BriefsSupreme Court

“The High Court should have intervened and discharged the appellants. But this Court will intervene, being the sentinel on the qui vive.”

supreme court judgment on employment notice period
Law made Easy

The transition phase from one workplace to another is a period full of uncertainty and doubts. They say that notice period is your honeymoon period, but for some, it turns out to be a perfect example of “Aag ka dariyaa hai…..doob ke jaana hai”.

supreme court may 2023
Legal RoundUpSupreme Court Roundups

May 2023 was quite an eventful month, as the Supreme Court of India, in only 14 working days, delivered more than 100 judgments, including 4 important Constitution Bench matters and also concluded the hearing in the momentous Marriage Equality matter. While 2 judges retired and 2 joined the Bench, 3 judges due to officially retire during summer vacation, also sat in bench for the last time.

latest Supreme Court judgment on 498A in 2022
Law made Easy

Find the list of latest Supreme Court judgment on 498A in 2022 revolving around specificity in allegations, evidentiary value of dying declaration, etc.

Cases ReportedSCC Weekly

The bench of GS Singhvi and AK Ganguly, JJ, in Kranti Associates Private Limited v. Masood Ahmed Khan, (2010) 9 SCC 496,