It is most unfortunate that Section 498-A IPC has become a weapon in breaking the families rather than in uniting them.

Excerpt: Due to ill-advice or under a wrong impression that if a complaint is lodged under section 498-A IPC, the husband may come to terms, complaints are being lodged with the police. It is most unfortunate that Section 498-A IPC has become a weapon in breaking the families rather than in uniting them. Andhra High Court Tahmeena Kaleem And … Continue reading It is most unfortunate that Section 498-A IPC has become a weapon in breaking the families rather than in uniting them.

M.C. Mehta vs Kamal Nath & Ors

Supreme Court of India M.C. Mehta vs Kamal Nath & Ors on 13 December, 1996 Author: K Singh Bench: Kuldip Singh, S. Saghnr Ahmad PETITIONER: M.C. MEHTA Vs. RESPONDENT: KAMAL NATH & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 13/12/1996 BENCH: KULDIP SINGH, S. SAGHNR AHMAD ACT: HEADNOTE: JUDGMENT: THE 13TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1996 Present: Hon'ble Mr. … Continue reading M.C. Mehta vs Kamal Nath & Ors

Ms. Aruna Roy And Others vs Union Of India And Others

Supreme Court of India Ms. Aruna Roy And Others vs Union Of India And Others on 12 September, 2002 Author: Shah Bench: M.B. Shah CASE NO.: Writ Petition (civil) 98 of 2002 PETITIONER: Ms. Aruna Roy and others Vs. RESPONDENT: Union of India and others DATE OF JUDGMENT: 12/09/2002BENCH: M.B. SHAH JUDGMENT: J U D … Continue reading Ms. Aruna Roy And Others vs Union Of India And Others

Abdul Waheed Khan vs Bhawani And Ors

Excerpt : Supreme Court of India Abdul Waheed Khan vs Bhawani And Ors on 21 February, 1966 Equivalent citations: 1966 AIR 1718, 1966 SCR (3) 617 Author: K Subbarao Bench: Subbarao, K. PETITIONER: ABDUL WAHEED KHAN Vs. RESPONDENT: BHAWANI AND ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 21/02/1966 BENCH: SUBBARAO, K. BENCH: SUBBARAO, K. RAMASWAMI, V. CITATION: 1966 … Continue reading Abdul Waheed Khan vs Bhawani And Ors

India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a true sense, universalism and freedom, which are the essential characteristics of secularism

Excerpt: The State is secular in the sense that the Government will not associate itself directly with any religion; but at the same time, every religion and faith are equally honoured and every citizen is free to practice his own religious belief. India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a … Continue reading India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a true sense, universalism and freedom, which are the essential characteristics of secularism

Ichhu Devi Choraria vs Union Of India & Ors

Supreme Court of India Ichhu Devi Choraria vs Union Of India & Ors on 9 September, 1980 Equivalent citations: 1980 AIR 1983, 1981 SCR (1) 640 Author: P Bhagwati Bench: Bhagwati, P.N. PETITIONER: ICHHU DEVI CHORARIA Vs. RESPONDENT: UNION OF INDIA & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT09/09/1980 BENCH: BHAGWATI, P.N. BENCH: BHAGWATI, P.N. VENKATARAMIAH, E.S. (J) … Continue reading Ichhu Devi Choraria vs Union Of India & Ors

Kanu Sanyal vs District Magistrate, Darjeeijng

Supreme Court of India Kanu Sanyal vs District Magistrate, Darjeeijng ... on 11 September, 1973 Equivalent citations: 1973 AIR 2684, 1974 SCR (1) 621 Author: P Bhagwati Bench: Bhagwati, P.N., Sikri, S.M. (Cj), Palekar, D.G., Chandrachud, Y.V., Krishnaiyer, V.R. PETITIONER: KANU SANYAL Vs. RESPONDENT: DISTRICT MAGISTRATE, DARJEEIJNG & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT11/09/1973 BENCH: BHAGWATI, P.N. … Continue reading Kanu Sanyal vs District Magistrate, Darjeeijng

Sunil Batra Etc vs Delhi Administration And Ors. Etc

Supreme Court of India Sunil Batra Etc vs Delhi Administration And Ors. Etc on 30 August, 1978 Equivalent citations: 1978 AIR 1675, 1979 SCR (1) 392 Author: V KrishnaiyerBench: Chandrachud, Y.V. (Cj), Krishnaiyer, V.R., Fazalali, Syed Murtaza, Shingal, P.N., Desai, D.A. PETITIONER: SUNIL BATRA ETC. Vs. RESPONDENT: DELHI ADMINISTRATION AND ORS. ETC. DATE OF JUDGMENT30/08/1978 … Continue reading Sunil Batra Etc vs Delhi Administration And Ors. Etc

R. Nagarathinam Ammal vs M. Raja @ Govindaraj And S

Excerpt: It is a settled law that if exclusive possession by the sub-tenant, as spoken to by P.W.2, which has been mentioned in Ex.P-1, the earliest document/notice, is established, it is permissible for the Court to draw an inference that there is a sub-lease through the agreement entered into between the tenant and the sub-tenant … Continue reading R. Nagarathinam Ammal vs M. Raja @ Govindaraj And S

S.P. Deshmukh vs Shah Nihal Chand Waghajibai

Excerpt: Normally, a monthly tenant is under an obligation to pay the rent from month to month but this obligation is subject to a contract to the contrary. Such a contract need not be reflected in a formal document and can be spelt out from the conduct of the parties, spread over a fairly long … Continue reading S.P. Deshmukh vs Shah Nihal Chand Waghajibai

Regional Director, E.S.I. … vs L. Ranga Rao And Or

Excerpt: Having regard to these well accepted principles and the wider concept of the definition of "employment injury" under S. 2(8) of the Act, it may be sufficient if it is proved that the employee having regard to his employment has to be at a particular place and by reason of his being in that particular place … Continue reading Regional Director, E.S.I. … vs L. Ranga Rao And Or