Meera Bharathi

Allahabad High Court Reiterates Permissible Instances of Interference Under Section 482 of CrPC

On 30th September 2020, Allahabad High Court refused to interfere in a matter on the quashing of the case, Dayaram Yadav (Vakil) vs State Of U.P. And Another. The Court stated that there was no prima facie case made out by...

Allahabad HC Disposes Writ Petition at Request of Petitioner

The High Court of Allahabad, on an order, had disposed of the writ petition after a period of about five-years at the request of the Petitioner’s alternate suggestion. Background of the Case On 24th March 2015, the State level Committee had...

Allahabad HC Disposes Writ Petition in the Name of Section CrPc 41A

The High Court of Judicature, Allahabad had disposed of the writ petition seeking quashing of the FIR on an order under the reason that a police officer is not required to always take compliance of Section 41-A of CrPC...

A Police Officer May Not Always Be Restricted by Section 41-A of CrPC: Allahabad High Court

In the order dated 24th September 2020, the High Court of Allahabad disposed of a writ petition seeking the quashing of FIR stating that a police officer is not always required to take compliance of Section 41-A of CrPC...

Allahabad HC Refuses To Quash Charges and Proceedings, Dismisses Application Due To Lack of Merit

The High Court of Allahabad refused to quash the entire proceedings of the case, Naresh Giri v Ayyub and others, and had dismissed the application as it lacked enough merit. Background of the Case On 1st February 2020, around 10 am...

Allahabad HC Dismisses Mandamus Seeking Justification of the State’s Actions

High Court of Allahabad, on the order dated, 17th September 2020, had dismissed a mandamus writ petition that was filed by an ex-army man who had applied for a post in the Civil Police and Constable PAC Direct Recruitment...

Allahabad HC Disproves Allegation of Minority Made by Girl’s Father; Sets Her Free To Make Her Own Decisions

The High Court of Judicature, Allahabad, on an order dated 17th September 2020, set Neha Verma free and gave her the liberty to choose who she wanted to live with as she was legally 18 years old and an...

Allahabad HC Allows a Couple from Prayagraj to Live Together

The Allahabad High Court, in its order dated 10 September 2020, allowed a young couple to live together. The said couple are waiting for their marriage certificates. The couple sought the help of the court to protect their lives...

Allahabad HC Dismisses Writ Petition Challenging the State Public Services Tribunal’s Order

On an order dated, 4th September 2020, the writ petition filed by Rajesh Kumar Singh was dismissed by the High Court of Allahabad stating that the learned Tribunal had given a just, fair, and reasonable order regarding the dismissal...

Allahabad HC Exercises Power Under Section 482 of CrPC in the Case of Grevious Hurt

The High Court of Allahabad, vide its order dated 9th September 2020, quashed the entire proceeding in State vs Shakeel and Ors., and other orders regarding the matter. The proceeding was quashed, as the parties came into a compromise amongst...

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Punjab Woman Evokes Petition for Protection Fearing Honour Killing

In the case of Divya Mattu and another vs State of Punjab and others, the petitioner, Divya, fearing honour killing against her by her...

Punjab Woman Accuses Punjab Police of Keeping Husband in Illegal Custody and Framing Him in a False Case

In the case of Geeta v the State of Punjab, the petitioner evoked a writ petition of habeas corpus as she claimed that her...

Addition of Words as Prefixes or Suffixes Is an Infringement of a Registered Trademark: Delhi High Court

Justice Jayanth Nath allowed the Times Group to use its registered trademark “Newshour”, in the case of Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd v. ARG Outlier...

Just Because the Deceased Did Not Have License, Does Not Imply He Was Negligent: Chhattisgarh High Court

In the case of Hemlal & Others v. Dayaram & Others, a Single Bench of Chhattisgarh High Court consisting of Justice Sanjay S. Agrawal annunciated various...