Taran Kapoor

Citizens Not to Be Forced To Take Vaccine as It Is Violative of Their Fundamental Right to Privacy and Livelihood: Meghalaya HC

The court took suo moto cognizance of the various orders passed by the Deputy Commissioners, mandating the vaccination for all shopkeepers, businessmen, local taxi drivers, and others to start their businesses.

Mother Can Send the Child Abroad Only With the Prior Permission of the Court, if the Couple Is Separated: Telangana High Court   

The appeal was filed under the umbrella of “family civil appeal” by the appellant. Aggrieved by the order passed by the learned Family Court Judge, dated 05.10.2020, the appellant approached the Hon’ble High Court. 

The Magistrate Is Bound to Record the Guilty Plea of the Accused, Failing Which, the Conviction Stands Nugatory: Kerala High Court

The petitioners knocked on the doors of the Hon’ble High court of Telangana, by way of a criminal revision petition, seeking the admission of the petition by the court. 

Sessions Judge Incompetent To Try Offense Under Section 16(1)(A) Of Drugs and Cosmetics Act: Telangana High Court

Case: (M/S. Gaba Pharmaceutical Pvt. Ltd v/s Union of India) Overview The petitioners approached the Hon’ble High Court, by way of filing a criminal petition under Section 482 of CrPC, seeking to set aside the order passed by the 1st Additional...

Telangana HC: Orders Passed by Trial Court u/s 239 CrPC Not to be Interfered, Unless Party Suffers

The petitioners (accused) approached the Hon’ble High Court, by way of criminal review case under sections 397 and 401 of the CrPC.

Wife Disentitled To Receive Pensionary Benefits of Deceased If Marriage Was Void: Telangana High Court

An appeal was filed by the respondents against the judgment passed by the family court on the 6th day of February 2013. 

Telangana High Court Liberally Interprets Sentence of Imprisonment Under the NDPS Act

The appellants approached the Hon’ble court via an appeal against the judgment of the learned Special sessions judge for trial of cases under Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. Facts On the 23rd of April 2010, when the Sub-Inspector of...

Police Officials Not Authorized to Arrest Any Person Under the Guise of Look Out Circular: Telangana High Court

A criminal petition was filed by the Petitioners, seeking to quash the proceedings initiated against them, on the file of Station House Officer, Women Police Station, CCS, DD, Hyderabad.

‘Sale of Noxious Food or Drink’ Implies That Noxious Item Must Be Sold as Food or Drink Without Warning Label: Telangana High Court

A criminal petition was filed under Section 482 of CrPC by the petitioners, seeking to quash the proceedings on the file of Ramachandrapuram Police Station, Cyberabad, against the petitioners. Facts The petitioners were accused in the case and were charged with...

Telangana High Court: Essential Ingredients of Sections Are the Foremost Factor to Consider Whilst Deciding the Judgement

Overview  A criminal petition was filed under sec 482 of CrPC by the petitioners, seeking to quash the proceedings on the file of Ramachandrapuram Police Station, Cyberabad, against the petitioners.  Facts  The petitioners were accused in the case and were charged with...

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