CIVIL, Criminal

Kishan Tripathi @ Kishan Painter vs The State[Delhi HC 2016 February ]

KEYWORDS:-Electronic Evidence CCTV- DATE :12th February, 2016 Electronic Evidence CCTV footage was used as direct evidence though there was no eyewitness -Section 65-B of the Evidence Act ACT : Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 108/2013 Date of Decision: 12th February,… Continue reading Kishan Tripathi @ Kishan Painter vs The State[Delhi HC 2016 February ]

CIVIL, Criminal

Dharambir Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation [Delhi HC 2008 MARCH]

Keywords: Electronic evidence-computer systems DATE : 11 March 2008 ACTS :­ Sections 173(5) and 207 Cr.p.c ­ Sections 3 and 65B of the Indian Evidence Act 1872 ­ Sections 2(o) r/w section 2(t) IT Act Hard Disk is storage device is as well as document Electronic Evidence : Hard Disc is storage devise if written then electronic record:… Continue reading Dharambir Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation [Delhi HC 2008 MARCH]

CIVIL

Management of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Vs. M. Mani[SC 2017]

November 09, 2017 •Keywords:-Departmental Inquiry- Held: Once the Labour Court upheld the departmental enquiry as being legal and proper then the only question that survived for consideration before the Labour Court was whether the punishment of "dismissal" imposed by the appellant to the respondents was legal and proper or it requires any interference in its… Continue reading Management of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Vs. M. Mani[SC 2017]

CIVIL, labour

Kerala Private Hospital Association Vs. State of Kerala & Ors[SC 2017]

November 09, 2017 •KEYWORDS:- Nominated Person-fixing minimum wages- •A person, who is nominated to represent the interest of his employer, in our considered opinion, need not necessarily be the employer himself. If on the other hand, his employee is nominated to represent his employer's interest, such nomination is in accordance with the requirement of Section… Continue reading Kerala Private Hospital Association Vs. State of Kerala & Ors[SC 2017]

CIVIL

National Institute of Medical Science, University Rajasthan & ANR. Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors.[SC 2017]

November 9, 2017 • Keywords:- Remedial action-Public Interest Litigation-Compounding the unauthorized construction or regularizing it • Judicial discretion cannot be guided by expediency. Courts are not free from statutory fetters. Justice is to be rendered in accordance with law. Judges are not entitled to exercise discretion wearing the robes of judicial discretion and pass orders based solely on… Continue reading National Institute of Medical Science, University Rajasthan & ANR. Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors.[SC 2017]