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Inviting tenders from the entities mentioned in paragraph 4(vi)(b) of the National AYUSH Mission Operational Guidelines is the most transparent and non-arbitrary method of allocation that can be undertaken. Hence, the appellant must henceforth purchase Ayurvedic medicines only through a free and transparent procedure such as tenders, and deviation from this rule to procure medicines by nomination can be done, only if exceptional circumstances exist.

Allahabad High Court
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Allahabad High Court viewed that the tender authority, has been given a certain degree of leverage by the courts, being the best person to understand its requirements. Hence, a mere disagreement with the authority's decision-making process is not a reason for a constitutional court to interfere.

Madras High Court
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The citizens, through the various social media platforms cause havoc to the nation and degrade the credibility and respect which the other countries around the globe have on Mother India

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Supreme Court: In an important ruling of Goods and Service Tax (GST), the bench of  KM Joseph* and Hrishikesh Roy, JJ has

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Calcutta High Court: Shampa Sarkar, J. decided on a petition which was filed for a direction upon the respondents 7 and 8

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Supreme Court: Explaining the law on abandonment on contractual obligation, the bench of Hemant Gupta and V. Ramasubramanian*, JJ has held that

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench comprising of M. R. Shah* and B.V. Nagarathna, JJ., held that if a tentative decision is taken

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court
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Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: The Division Bench comprising of Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Mohan Lal, JJ., directed the Union

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“Natural justice is the sworn enemy of intolerant authority”

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“High Court has used the word writ petition is disposed of. Once the writ of mandamus was issued, instead of disposing of the writ petition, the High Court ought to have allowed the writ petition.”

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Delhi High Court: Deciding the issue of whether World Bank is a government agency or not, the Division Bench of Vipin Sanghi

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Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Narula, J., refused to interfere in the interim arbitral award whereby the sole arbitrator had allowed certain claims of

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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of S.C. Gupte and M.S. Karnik, JJ., expressed that for an employer to come to a

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“Government must have freedom of contract.”

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court
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Jammu and Kashmir High Court: Javed Iqbal Wani, J., had heard the instant petition challenging inaction on the part of respondent regarding

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Allahabad High Court: Dr Kaushal Jayendra Thaker, J., addressed a matter with regard to stamp duty. Respondents invited a tender to repair

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Supreme Court: In the case where a Notice Inviting Tender had a clause asking the parties invoking arbitration to furnish a “deposit-at-call”

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Competition Commission of India (CCI): This reference was filed before Ashok Kumar, Chairperson and  Augustine Peter and U.C. Nahta, Members by the

Patna High Court
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Patna High Court: A Division Bench comprising of Amreshwar Pratap Sahi and Anjana Mishra, JJ. rejected a letters patent appeal arising from

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Madhya Pradesh High Court: This petition was filed before a Single Judge Bench of Atul Sreedharan, J., against the order passed by