by Tanya Agarwal†
It is travesty of justice that an institution contributing for noble cause being that of running a charitable hospital on a public land and providing for sound research and treatment facilities has been made to suffer the rigors of cancellation of the Lease Deed and vacation of the property. Being a constitutional court and the conscience-keeper of the democracy, this Court cannot lend a blind eye when the ends of justice are being bulldozed in broad daylight.
A Child-in-conflict with law (CIL) was granted bail considering that she was a young girl; her family was poor; she had less understanding to distinguish between right and wrong and her family atmosphere was good. The Court also discussed situations in which a CIL could be denied bail even in bailable offences as per Section 12 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.
Andhra Pradesh High Court: Cheekati Manavendranath Roy, J., dismissed the criminal petition being devoid of merits. This criminal petition under Section 439(2)
Karnataka High Court: Sreenivas Harish Kumar J. dismissed the petition being devoid of merits. The facts of the case are such that
High Court of Jharkhand: The Single Judge Bench comprising of Chandrashekhar, J., recently dealt with a bail petition wherein he held that