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Amicable Settlement Between Parties Can Be a Factor for a Reduction in Quantum of Sentence Even in Non-Compoundable Cases: Supreme Court

A Full Bench of the Supreme Court released the convicts of a criminal case owing to a mutual settlement between the parties. Brief facts of the case The Appellants Rajavelu and Murali, along with others, cornered and assaulted the victim. Murali...

Estranged Wife Cannot Be Evicted by Transferring Home to Husband the PWDV Act, 2005: Supreme Court

Excerpt A Full Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice D.Y Chandrachud held that a shared household under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 has to be interpreted to include the residence where the Appellant had...

Dowry Death Case Transferred to CBI Due to Fallacies in Investigation: Supreme Court

Excerpt A Full Bench of the Supreme Court transferred a case involving the wife's death within 7 years of marriage, allegedly owing to harassment for dowry, to the CBI. The Bench observed the flaws in the investigation and misplacement of...

Consequence Cannot Precede the Cause of an Act, “Date” to Be Interpreted According to the Facts of Each Case: Supreme Court

Excerpt A Full Bench headed by Chief Justice S.A Bobde held that the interpretation of ‘date’ under Section 8(3) of the Representation of People’s Act, 1951 must align with the principle of innocent until proven guilty. The Bench held...

Section 7(c) of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 Does Not Bar Anticipatory Bail: Supreme Court

Excerpt A Full Bench headed by Justice D.Y Chandrachud held that under Section 438 of Cr.P.C and Section 7(c) of the Act, there is no bar on granting anticipatory bail for an offence committed under Muslim Women Act.  However, the Court...

Fair Investigation Is Part of Art. 14 and 21 and Courts Must Ensure It: Supreme Court

Excerpt: A Full Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice R. F Nariman held that if the Court gives any directions for that purpose of a fair investigation within the contours of the law, it cannot amount to...

SC: ‘Acceptance’ in TOPA to Be Decided Based on the Conduct of Parties

The Court held here that ‘Acceptance’ under the Transfer of Property Act is to be determined according to the Conduct of the Parties.

SC Agrees to Re-Consider Case Challenging Constitutionality of the National Emergency of 1975

Supreme Court re-considered its decision to admit a petition that challenges the constitutional validity of the notification for National Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975. The Petitioner, filed a petition under Article 32 of the Constitution seeking compensation for trauma and harassment faced by her husband and her family due to the declaration of Emergency.

Supreme Court Changes Stance, Agrees to Consider the Constitutionality of the National Emergency of 1975

EXCERPT: A Full Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul re-considered its decision to admit a petition that challenges the constitutional validity of the notification for National Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975. The...

SC Affirms Conviction of Accused in Sexual Assault for Exploiting a Victim Suffering From Mental Sickness

A Full Bench of the Supreme Court upheld the High Court's decision in reversing the acquittal of the Accused by the Trial Court. It held that a High Court exerting appellate jurisdiction could re-appreciate the entire evidence if it...

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Benefit of Probation Not Excluded by the Provisions of Mandatory Minimum Sentence Under Section 397 of Ipc

This case concerns the dispute regarding the granting of probation on good conduct to the accused under the age...
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Supreme Court Asks for the Centre’s Response on PIL Filed Seeking the Formation of a Media Tribunal

The Supreme Court sought responses from the Press Council of India (PCI), News Broadcasters Association (NBA) on a PIL which sought to set up a media tribunal to tackle issues concerning the media like complaints against media, channels, and networks. Media has become like an unruly horse that has to be tamed to express the plea.

Law Student Asked the Supreme Court To Take Suo Moto Cognizance of the Violent Farmer Protests

A law student of Mumbai University, Ashish Rai has asked the Supreme Court to take Suo Moto Cognizance of the insult to the national flag done by the farmer protests at the Red Fort. In the course of the farmer's tractor rally on Tuesday, some of the protesters unfurled their own flags by entering the premises of the Red Fort.

Farmers Meeting With the Supreme Court Committee Postponed To Jan 29 Due To the Traffic Restrictions

Due to the traffic restrictions after the violent protests broke out on Republic Day, the meeting of farmers with the Supreme Court Committee that was supposed to take place today was postponed to 29th January.

Explained: The Right to be Forgotten in India

Right to Privacy is an essential fundamental right which has been enshrined in the Indian Constitution under Article 21 after the Justice K.S. Puttaswamy...