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Anika Sharma

Anika Sharma

The Appointment of the Warden in College Affiliated To or Constituted of University of Delhi Is an Administrative Affair and University Has No Role To Play in This Regard: Supreme Court

This case concerns the question of whether the appointment of the warden of the College Hostel can be made by the Principal of the College and discussed the procedure to be adopted for making the appointment of the Warden.  Brief Facts of the Case This appeal was filed by the

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“Statutory Remedy to Be Pursued Before Approaching Courts Under Article 226 or 227 for Challenging Arbitral Award: Supreme Court”

Excerpt: This case concerns the question of whether the arbitral process could be interfered with under Article 226 or 227 of the Constitution and what circumstances.  Brief Facts of the Case:  On 13.02.1991, Respondent No.1 – Executive Engineer Sardar Sarovar Nigam Ltd. entered into a contract with the Appellant –

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“Judicial Review Cannot Extend to Deciding Disciplinary Proceedings on Merits as Speaking Order Provided for All Charges Except One: Supreme Court”

Excerpt: This case discussed the procedure to be followed by the disciplinary authority while conducting a departmental inquiry against any public servant and how it is to be conducted.  Brief Facts of the Case: This appeal was filed by the Appellant Bank, which is a statutory body incorporated and constituted

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Disputes Governed by Special Statutes Are Non-Arbitral: Supreme Court

This case concerned the appointment of Sole Arbitrator for the resolution of disputes concerning the lease or tenancy agreement under the Property Act.  Brief Facts of the Case: This petition had been filed under Sec. 11(5) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996(‘Act, 1996), seeking appointment of a sole arbitrator

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