Parnika Sharma

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 parents, evoked a petition under Ar 226/227 for the protection of her life and liberty...

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 husband was kept in illegal custody and could be framed in some cases. Brief Facts of...

Himachal Pradesh High Court Supports Promotion Based on Seniority of Post Rather Based on the Eligibility Test

In the case of Ramesh Chand Versus State of Himachal Pradesh & Others, the petitioner, reached the court as he was aggrieved by the Respondents’ act of purportedly not promoting him to the post of Junior Basic Teacher (J.B.T.)...

Himachal Pradesh High Court Disposes Suit for Possession and Permanent Prohibitory Injunction Due To Mutual Consent

In the case of Parveen Kumar vs Smt. Vijay Laxmi and Ors, the Petitioner, Parveen had filed a suit for declaration, possession and a permanent prohibitory injunction against Respondents, which was originally allowed. The Respondents filed a petition against that Original...

Approach the State in Case of Questions Related To Laws Made Unless Law Is Being Perceived as Unconstitutional: Himachal Pradesh High Court

Excerpt In the case of  Roshan Lal versus State of Himachal Pradesh & others, the Petitioner, Roshan Lal, reached the Court and acclaimed that he was superannuated at 58 while according to the retirement policy the age is 60 years....

Even When Proven Guilty of Illegally Holding Land, Indicted Has To Be Removed Through Process Laid by Law: Himachal Pradesh High Court

In the case of Bal Mukund Sharma v Divisional Forest Officer and Anr., the Petitioner accused the Respondent of acquiring Petitioner’s ancestral property. The Petitioner alleged that the Respondent then tried to throw him out illegally. However, the Respondent...

Himachal Pradesh High Court Upholds Transfer Order Made by Vice-Chancellor, Reiterates Law on Malafide Intent

Through the present Writ Petition, the Petitioner challenged his transfer order from one campus of the University to another. The Petitioner claimed that it has been issued with malafide intent. The Court rejected his appeal, deeming it to be...

Himachal Pradesh High Court Passes Order To File Affidavit Against Wrongful Grant of Low-Income Certificate

A petition was filed before the Court accusing the Petitioner and the concerned authority of wrongfully procuring a low-income certificate. It was alleged that the certificate was procured to get a job in an Anganwari centre reserved for economically...

Himachal Pradesh High Court Dismissed an Alleged Ex Parte Order

  Case: Prem Singh versus Narender Nath Attri  Coram: Mr Justice Sandeep Sharma In the case, a petition was filed to challenge an order where the petitioner was preceded against ex parte in the execution proceedings. He prayed to the Court to...

In Case of Purely Professional Engagement in the Public Sector, the Court Cannot Interfere in the Orders Unless It Is Unconstitutional: Himachal Pradesh High...

Excerpt A petition was filed in the Court challenging the action of the State in relation to an order passed by the government. The order passed, related to the increase in age of retirement of employees with disabilities working in...

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“Consensual Affair” Cannot Be Defence Against the Charge of Kidnapping of the Minor, Sentence Reduced in View of Age Difference: Supreme Court

This Case concerns the appeal against the conviction under the charges of kidnapping and discussed whether the punishment was...
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Delhi HC to Municipal Corp: Paucity of Funds Not an Excuse for Non-Payment of Salaries and Pensions

The Delhi High Court ruled that the paucity of funds cannot be an excuse and pulled up municipal corporations for not paying salaries and pensions to their employees as the right to receive payment is a fundamental right guaranteed in our constitution.

US Supreme Court Reinstates Restriction on Abortion Pills

The Supreme Court of the United States granted the Trump administration’s request to reinstate federal rules requiring women to make in-person visits to hospitals...

Supreme Court Upheld “Environmental Rule of Law” in NGT Decision to Demolish Illegal Hotel on Forest Land

This case concerns the dispute relating to the additional construction of hotel-cum-restaurant structure in the Bus Stand Complex along with a bus stand and...

Call for Papers by TNNLU Law Review Vol 4 Issue 1 [Tamil Nadu NLU]: Submit by Mar 31,2021

Tamil Nadu National Law University Law review or TNNLU law Review is inviting submissions through call for papers for its 4th Volume, 1st Issue. Call...