Moreover, the prohibition contained in Section 362 Code of criminal Procedure. is absolute; after the judgment is signed, even the High Court in exercise of its inherent power under Section 482 Code of criminal Procedure.
Inaction in every case does not lead to an inference of implied consent or acquiescence
The fundamental principles of criminal jurisprudence that an accused is presumed to be innocent till he is proved to be guilty.
Every accused is presumed to be innocent unless his guilt is proved. The Presumption of innocence is human right.
SC /ST / OBC certificates (caste certificates) are issued by SDOs in all Sub- Divisions. In Kolkata, such certificates are issued by DWO, Kolkata. Caste certificates for SC & ST are issued in terms of The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Act, 1994. OBC certificates are issued in terms of Govt. Notification No. 347-TW / EC dated 13-07-1994.
What can fairly be regarded as a sufficiently elastic or flexible working principle for this purpose has been discussed in a number of decisions of this Court of which we may refer […]
the medical reimbursement of a retired Chief Justice and/or a retired judge of a High Court should be reimbursement of all medical expenses including hospital charges which a retired Chief Justice and/or a retired Judge of a High Court may have had to incur in connection with the medical treatment of himself and/or his/her dependent family members. Except for certain inadmissible items of expenditure, on which there can be no dispute, such reimbursement should extend to all items of expenditure including hospital charges.
The Reserve Bank acts in close co-ordination with other regulators, such as, Registrar of Co-operative Societies and Central Registrar of Co-operative Societies. The Reserve Bank enters into Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with […]
A permanent committee shall deal with all matters pertain to the designation of Senior Advocate
In this regard, reference can be made to the observations made by this Court in the case of Shyamdeo Pd. Singh v. Nawal Kishore Yadav (2000) 8 SCC 46. The Court has […]
We must emphasize the danger of believing at its face value oral evidence in an election case without the backing of sure circumstances or indubitable documents.
It is well-settled legal position that a charge of corrupt practice is in the nature of a quasi-criminal charge, as its consequence is not only to render the election of the returned […]
what would constitute ‘material facts’ and ‘material particulars’ and ultimately it is the facts of each case which will be relevant for determination as to whether the election petition was fit to be rejected on the plea of lack of material facts and material particulars or it was fit to be entertained if the same disclosed a cause of action for consideration by the Court.