Clarify the administrative authority of the Chief Justice of India as the Master of Roster and for laying down the procedure and principles to be followed in preparing the Roster for allocation of cases.

Shanti Bhushan Vs. Supreme Court of India through its Registrar and Another [DECIDED ON JULY 06, 2018] “the power of framing roster which inheres in the Chief Justice has constitutional and statutory backing and by convention it is treated as…

No detention in police custody after expiry of first 15 days even in a case where some more serious offences, committed by an accused in same transaction come to light at a later stage

Where the Magistrate thinks fit that further detention beyond the period of fifteen days in necessary and it lays down that the Magistrate may authorise the detention of the accused person otherwise than in the custody of the police beyond the period of fifteen days. The words “otherwise than in the custody of the police beyond the period of fifteen days” are again very significant. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (CrPC) – Section 167(2) – Remand – Police custody – Limitation of fifteen days – It during investigation his compicity in more serious offences disclosed during same occurrence, it does not athorise the police to ask for further custody after expiry of fifteen days – This limitation does not apply to different occurrence in which complicity of arrested accused disclosed.…

Bir Singh Vs. Delhi Jal Board & Ors.

RESERVATION – Whether a person belonging to a Scheduled Caste in relation to a particular State would be entitled or not, to the benefits or concessions allowed to Scheduled Caste candidate in the matter of employment, in any other State?…

Code of Canon Law [Holy See]

BOOK I. GENERAL NORMS Chapter I. GENERAL NORMS Can. 1 The canons of this Code regard only the Latin Church. Can. 2 For the most part the Code does not define the rites which must be observed in celebrating liturgical…