The main question presented before the Court was whether proportionate disallowance of interest paid by banks was called for under Section 14A of the Income Tax Act for the investment made in tax-free bonds which yielded tax-free dividends.
Delhi HC Clarifies Position On Essence of Personal Appearance Before the Registrar for Registration of Marriage
The present case revolves around the mandate of law that necessitated a couple to be physically present before the Registrar to register their marriage, while they being located in the United States, amidst the raging pandemic.
In this case the court was confronted with criminal appeals emanating from decisions of Karnataka High Court and Madhya Pradesh High Court, both of which raised an identical question of law. The Court clubbed these appeals to attend to the identical question.
Delhi HC was confronted with a writ petition to quash a preventive detention order passed in 2021 for alleged offences committed in 2018.
Supreme Court Rules on Disaster Management Act and Directs the Issue of Grant of Ex Gratia Compensation to Families of Ones Who Succumbed to...
Excerpt This case dealt with the issue of grant of ex gratia monetary compensation of Rs 4 lakhs to the families of individuals who succumbed to Covid -19. Facts in Brief A PIL was filed before the Supreme Court under Article 32...
The Supreme Court reiterated the principles governing both the Sections and how to balance them with other principles to ensure a free and fair trial.
This case revolves around the applicability of Sections 227 and 228 of the CrPC. The Respondents, in this case, alleged that the Trial Court had conducted a mini-trial at the stage of framing of charges which was not permissible.
Petitioner's application for the recognition of its integrated BA/B.ED /B.SC. B.ED program was rejected.
Brief Overview The present case involved a Habeas Corpus petition filed by a person through his father to free himself from Preventive Detention Facts in Brief The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir (Detaining Authority) had issued an Order that authorized Preventive Detention of the...
Delhi High Court Directs Admission of a Student in Delhi University Whose Admission Was Rejected Due to a Typographical Error
Excerpt The case revolves around a student seeking admission to Delhi University, which was rejected due to a typographical error. Brief Facts The Petitioner cleared the CAT entrance test and was provisionally admitted to MBA (International business) in Delhi School of Economics,...
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