Whether the office of the Pujari and Panda in a temple involves such duties as could not be discharged by a female in person and if so, whether she is also incompetent […]
The statute of Limitation was intended to provide a time limit for all suits conceivable. Section 3 of the Limitation Act provides that a suit, appeal or application instituted after the prescribed […]
The remedy under Article 226 is extraordinary and is of Anglo-Saxon vintage but it is not a carbon copy of English processes.
To appreciate the legal position we only wish to refer to two of the decisions of this Court reported in Dwarakanath v. Income Tax Officer 1965 (2) SCJ 296 and Gujarat Steel […]
following decisions wherein the case under section 302 IPC was converted into section 304 IPC. (1) Abdul Nawaz v. State of West Bengal reported in , 2012 (6) SCC 581 (2) Ankush […]
On scrutiny of the below decisions, we find that the Hon’ble Apex Court has specifically observed that presence of witness was doubtful and no reliance can be placed on such chance witness.
M.P. Act 37 of 1981 [Dated 16th September, 1981] Received the assent of the President on 16-9-1981; assent first published in the Madhya Pradesh Gazette (Extraordinary), dated 15-10-1981. An Act to make […]
तिपिटक (मूल) – Thre Baskets [Chambers] I. The Pairs ( 1-20) II. Heedfulness (21-32) III. The Mind (33-43) IV. Flowers (44-59) V. The Fool (60-75) VI. The Wise Man (76-89) VII. The […]
The term `employment’ used in Article 319 of the Constitution fell for consideration before the Hon’ble Full Bench of Rajasthan High Court in Har Govind Pant’s case (supra). The observations made in […]
(2014) AIR(SC) 2051 : (2014) 5 SCALE 587 : (2014) 11 SCC 415 : (2014) 6 SCJ 1 : (2015) 2 SLR 373 SUPREME COURT OF INDIA FULL BENCH ( Before : […]
Article 199 of the Constitution defines “Money Bills”, which reads as under: 199-Definition of “Money Bills” (1) For the purposes of this Chapter, a Bill shall be deemed to be a Money […]