The 7th edition of the National Symposium on Landmark Judgements of 2023 was impeccably organized by Think India at the prestigious Prime
“Federalism which was the basic structure of the Constitution could not be diluted or violated by usage of the expression ‘Central Government’.”
“The Court took cognizance of the necessity to upgrade and enhance the overall infrastructure facilities in the government hospitals, in particularly the emergency wards.”
by M.P. Singh†
The present case is a classic example of frivolous and vexatious litigation, where this Court encounters incoherent and confusing stories in the name of facts and absurd reliefs. Filing such cases as the present one is doubtlessly not only frivolous and vexatious, but annoying and such a litigant must be subject to some kind of sanction.
Delhi High Court observed that it seems that the petitioner, who is an Advocate, filed the present petition after being a beneficiary of the very same process only because he has been denied extension or reappointment.
The Supreme Court was of the view that the Union of India’s claim for a ‘top up’ had no foundation in any known legal principle. Either a settlement was valid, or it was to be set aside in cases where it was vitiated by fraud. However, no such fraud had been pleaded by the Center.
The Supreme Court however, ordered that a sum of Rs 50 crore lying with the Reserve Bank of India be utilized by the Center to satisfy the pending claims, if any, in accordance with the Bhopal Gas leak Disaster Act, 1985 and schemes framed thereunder.
The Union of India had approached the Supreme Court in 2010 for enhancement of compensation for Bhopal Gas Tragedy victims through a Curative Petition based on different data recorded by the Courts and actual figures submitted by Union of India in the estimated number of deaths, injuries, expenditure incurred, etc. The Constitution Bench has reserved the verdict on 12-01.2023.
Former Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court, Justice Dipankar Datta, was sworn in as a Supreme Court Judge. His appointment now raises the judicial strength of the Supreme Court to 28 out of total strength of 34 judges
Uttaranchal High Court: The Division Bench of Sanjaya Kumar Mishra and Ramesh Chandra Khulbe, JJ. allowed appeals filed by the
Madras High Court: A writ petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying for the issuance of
Delhi High Court: In a PIL filed on behalf of the Hindu Migrants who have come from Pakistan to India, and are
by Dormaan Jamshid Dalal†
Madras High Court: A Division Bench of Munishwar Nath Bhandari and N Mala JJ. dismissed the plea seeking direction to
Delhi High Court: Rajiv Shakdher, J., directed the Union of India and RBI to submit affidavits stating what propelled RBI to take action in