ASHOK KUMAR VS THE STATE OF BIHAR AND ORS Author : Akash Krishnan Citation: Civil Writ Jurisdiction Case No.15808 of 2017 Bench: Honourable Mr. Justice Chakradhari Sharan Singh INTRODUCTION The following case revolves around a Police officer of the Bihar State Police Force, who got promoted to the IPS Cadre instead of his promotions at
Author : Kajal Mathur of BHARTI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY, PUNE INTRODUCTION: Humans by their virtue of being human possess certain basic and inalienable rights, which no one can be deprived off. These rights are associated with natural laws. These rights provide suitable conditions for human beings increase their standard of living and also morally uplift the
Ali Ahmed & Ors v State of U.P. Author : Shruti Kumari CITATIONS: 1995 Cri L.J. 3474 BENCH: S. Jain, I. Mathur INTRODUCTION: This Case is at when criminal appeal in the hon’ble Supreme Court by the Accused against their conviction under sections 302 read with 149, u/s 307/149. Present Case is very complex and
Anuradha Kshirsagar & Anr. vs State of Maharashtra & Ors. Author : Neha Singh Citation: 1991 CriLJ 410 Bench: Justice M Ratnaparkhi INTRODUCTION In this case the court held that the respondent liable for offence under section 506 instead of 509 of IPC but also in lieu of the sentence it was directed that the
Amjad Khan vs Sate Author : Ishita Arora Citation: 1952 AIR 165 Bench: Justice Vivian Bose and Justice Saiyid Fazal Ali. Introduction In the present case of Amjad Khan vs Sate, a Special Leave Petition under Article 136 of the Indian Constitution was filed by the appellant against the order of High Court of Nagpur.
The Hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan today issued a notice against mentioning of caste of any person, including the accused or convict, in any judicial or administrative matter.The direction was issued after controversy arose over the mention of a bail applicant’s caste in the cause title of the same High Court order passed last week.