Orders Refusing Discharge or Framing Charges Are neither Interlocutory nor Final In Nature: Supreme Court
This petition was filed against the judgment dated 28.11.2018 passed by the High Court of Allahabad whereby the Chief Judicial Magistrate refused to discharge the appellant in N.C.R. No.120/2012 under Sections 504 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.
The petition was filed pointing out the serious situation in Haryana as its quota of oxygen had been reduced by 20MT from the Panipat Plant.
The proceedings arose from two orders of the Division Bench of the High Court of Delhi dated 01.05.21 and 04.05.21.
Delhi High Court Directs Chief Secretary to Frame Scheme Incorporating Structured Response for ‘Home-Based,’ ‘Self-Employed’ & ‘Unorganised’ Workers
The present writ petition had been filed seeking directions to the Respondents to register all migrant workers of Delhi under Section 10 of The Unorganised Workers' Social Security Act, 2008 and to also provide free medicines and medical facilities to the migrant workers.
If Effect of Error Results in “Failure of Justice” Finding, Sentence or Order May Be Reversed or Altered: Uttarakhand High Court
The petition was filed against the order and judgement dated 04.10.2013 passed in Criminal Case No. 42 of 2013, State of Uttarakhand v. Babu by which the revisionist had been convicted under Section 51 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.
The present petition was filed by the petitioner challenging the order of his compulsory retirement dated 17.01.2020.
The Promotion Not Only Depends Upon Eligibility, but It Also Depends Upon Availability of Vacancy: Delhi High Court
EXCERPT This petitioner had filed the petition seeking his promotion to the post of Judicial Assistant with effect from July 05, 2008. FACTS The petitioner was appointed as LDC or Lower Division Clerk in the Office of the District and Sessions Judge...
Allahabad HC Issues Notice to U.P Election Commission to Explain Non-Compliance of COVID-19 Guidelines during Panchayat Elections
EXCERPT Public Interest Litigation no. 574 of 2020 was filed by the petitioner in the Allahabad High Court for providing better treatment to corona-positive patients and better conditions at the Quarantine Centres. FACTS A large number of people were getting affected by...
It Is the Moral Duty and Constitutional Mandate of the State To Save Its People From the Pandemic: Uttarakhand High Court
Facts The District Magistrate, Dehradun on 26.04.2021 had issued a list of oxygen suppliers. However, a further inquiry had disclosed that out of the ten oxygen suppliers, only three of them had oxygen gas available with them. The learned counsel...
Facts A Perpetual Lease Agreement was entered into between M/s. Jayna Plastic Works through its proprietor Mr Vir Anil Jain and the Hon’ble President of India acting through the respondent for leasing of the industrial plot. On 30.09.1977, through its...