Anvita Choudhury

No Substantive Difference Between Section 82(1) and 82(4) For Proclamation Under Crpc: Madhya Pradesh High Court

Excerpt The Madhya Pradesh High Court held that in the case of anticipatory bail, the proclamation proceedings under Section 82 (1) and Section 82(4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 are similar and have no particular difference.  Facts According to the...

Section 143 A of Negotiable Instruments Act Not Discretionary but Directory: Chhattisgarh High Court

Excerpt The Chhattisgarh High Court has held that Section 143A of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 for compensation is a directory and not discretionary.  Facts According to the facts of the case, the petitioner was charged with the alleged dishonoring of a check...

Madhya Pradesh HC Sets Aside National Security Act Detention Order for Two

The Madhya Pradesh high court's Indore bench on Thursday overturned two people's detention under the National Security Act for black marketing Remdesivir injections.

Bombay High Court Holds Deccan Chargers Owner Liable For Breach of Contract

The Bombay High Court has held that the Deccan Chronicle Holdings Ltd., owners of the IPL team Deccan Chargers were rewarded even though they were clearly in breach of their contractual obligations towards the Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI).

Bombay HC: FIR Not Quashed Against Couple Accused of Trafficking a 10-year-old Girl

The Bombay High Court on Thursday refused to quash an FIR issued against a couple accused of trafficking a 10-year-old girl, even though the victim's family and the accused had reached an amicable settlement.

Split Verdict on Constitutionality of Section 13(8)(B) Igst Act Delivered by Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court Division Bench has delivered a split verdict on the constitutionality of Section 13(8)(b) of the IGST Act, which imposes GST on services provided by the intermediaries to people situated outside India. 

Bombay High Court Refuses to Postpone MUHS Exams Any Further

Bombay High Court on Saturday refused to halt the examinations of the Maharashtra University of Health Science (MUHS) which will be conducted from June 10, 2021, but were scheduled to be conducted in the winter of 2020.

Bombay High Court Calls For Free Treatment of Mucormycosis for the Poor

The Aurangabad Bench of the BOMBAY HIGH COURT has called for free treatment of Mucormycosis, i.e., Black Fungus among the poor people. This decision of the Bench has been hailed by the BOMBAY HIGH COURT who called for the maximum possible publicity of the same. 

Bombay High Court Addresses Oxygen Shortage in Goa

The Bombay High Court said that if the door-to-door vaccination can be carried out by the BMC, then the Court will permit them to do so even though there is no policy by the Centre for such drives

Bombay High Court Issues Further COVID-19 Protocols for Goa Travelers

Bombay High court Bench at Goa, on Thursday, directed the Goa Administrative department of the State to make sure that “no persons are permitted entry into the State without a negativity certificate issued within 72 hours from the time the travellers seek entry into the State without a negativity certificate issued within 72 hours from the time the travellers seek entry into the State.”

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