Article 226 of Constitution of India

Orissa HC Dismissed Writ Petition of Certiorari As It Being Devoid of Merits

The Writ of Certiorari was filed before The High Court of Orissa under Article 226 of The Constitution of India, 1949, praying to quash the compensation roll under Annexure-3 and the impugned order passed by Claim Commission, Bhubaneswar. The...

Karnataka HC Allows Writ Against Disciplinary Proceedings initiated by Sahitya Akademi

The writ petition was filed by Agrahara Krishnamurthy under Article 226 of Constitution of India praying to Call for the Records relating to the disciplinary proceedings against the petitioner conducted by the respondent, “Sahitya Akademi” and its appointees, and...

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Parents of Road Accident Victim Entitled To Compensation: Delhi High Court

Justice JR Midha said, “Even if parents are not dependent on their children at the time of an accident, they will certainly be dependent, both financially and emotionally, upon them at the later stage of their life, as the children were dependent upon their parents in their initial years.”