The Jharkhand High Court said that a show cause notice specifying grounds for the proposed action is mandatory in order to enable the other party to answer the case before passing blacklisting orders.
The Karnataka High Court, while deliberating over a father’s prayer seeking repatriation of his minor son to Germany, dismissed the petition on ground of the child’s best interests and allowed the son to remain with his mother in India.
Telangana High Court: While deciding a case, wherein, a writ of habeas corpus was filed seeking to direct the respondents
Madras High Court: In a writ petition filed, under Article 226 of the Constitution of India for the issuance of
Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: While deliberating over the instant writ petition concerning reservation provided to Pahari Speaking People, the
Madras High Court: A writ petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India to issue a writ of habeus corpus
Bombay High Court: In total 4 writ petitions were filed against Air India Ltd./AIL (‘respondent’) by the AIL employees (‘petitioners’),
Kerala High Court: In a significant case where a widow whose husband died due to adverse effects of Covid-29 immunization had approached
Madras High Court: S.M. Subramaniam, J. has directed to ensure that the practice of orderly system stands eradicated in entirety
Madras High Court: Abdul Quddhose, J. permitted the termination of pregnancy of 27+ week of a minor child victim of offence under
Delhi High Court: Jyoti Singh, J. in a case where patent was granted without delving and dealing with the grounds raised in
Karnataka High Court: S G Pandit, J. declared the present writ petition filed by XIAOMI India under Article 226 of
Karnataka High Court (Dharwad Bench): Suraj Govindaraj, J. while deciding a matter regarding handcuffing of an accused during arrest, held that “handcuffing
Himachal Pradesh High Court: Vivek Singh Thakur, J. dismissed the petition filed under Sec 482 Criminal Procedure Code (‘CrPC') for
Telangana High Court: Lalitha Kanneganti, J., disposed of the petition with liberty to the petitioner to avail appropriate remedy. The instant writ
Chhattisgarh High Court: A Division Bench of Arup Kumar Goswami CJ and N K Chandravanshi J. dismissed the petition and declined to
Delhi High Court: Chandra Dhari Singh, J., expressed that it is settled law that the power to issue writ has its own
Rajasthan High Court: Mahendar Kumar Goyal J. dismissed the petition being not maintainable against a private entity. The instant petition was filed
Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Ravi Malimath, CJ. and Dinesh Kumar Paliwal, J.dismissed a petition which was filed in
Uttaranchal High Court: The Division Bench of S.K, Mishra ACJ. & N.S. Dhanik J., dismissed a petition filed against Claim Petition No.