Sejal and Yaatri
Excerpt Directorate-General of GST Intelligence, Mumbai, carried out a raid on the petitioner's premises against which the petitioner filed a writ petition. The Court held that the summons given to petitioners/petitioner No.2 on 12.10.2020 and 13.11.2020 is true in the...
The Madhya Pradesh High Court in a petition filed for no response on land disposal application directed the collector to decide it preferably within two months.
Excerpt- “There is prima facie evidence to suggest that the applicants had intended to outrage religious feelings “under the garb of standup comedy” while denying the bail application file by comedian Munnawar Faruqui, “Society’s coexistence must not be polluted by...
Application is filed to release a vehicle that was seized by police under Articles 14, 19, 21, 226, 227 of the Constitution of India and Section 451 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Madhya Pradesh HC: Inconsistency in FIR, Prosecutor’s Story Clubbed With No Evidence Causes the Alleged Rapist to Be Released on Bail.
Excerpt As the rape charge was levelled on a later stage and no injury to the body of the prosecutrix was found, the applicant was released on bail. Brief facts- The prosecution states that the prosecutrix- a widow was working in the...
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The Calcutta High Court on 24th February 2021 by entertaining the writ petition directed the Deputy Secretary (Technical) to the Government of West Bengal and the Registrar, West Bengal Commercial Taxes Appellate & Revisional Board to expeditiously ensure the pension entitlement of the Petitioner per the law.
Bombay High Court Allows Municipal Corporation To Evict Petitioners From Their Premises To Carry Out a Road Project
The Court directed that in light of the present circumstances, the Municipal Corporation may initiate proceedings against the petitioners to evict them from their premises to carry out the project of widening the road from Diva Railway Station to Diva Circle.
Calcutta High Court Directs Its Administrative Wing To Examine Issues Regarding the Maintenance of Uniformity and Consistency in the Quality & Size of Filing...
The Calcutta High Court on 22nd February 2021 had directed the Administrative wing to examine matters relating to the quality and size of papers that are used for filing the pleadings, vakalatnama, etc., in the Courts of West Bengal and the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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