KEYWORD:- Default judgment AIR 1999 SC 3381 : (1999) 2 Suppl. SCR 258 : (1999) 8 SCC 396 : JT 1999 (6) SC 473 :
KEYWORDS:- SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT AIR 1999 SC 2958 : (1999) 1 Suppl. SCR 75 : (1999) 7 SCC 114 : JT 1999 (5) SC
KEYWORDS:-natural guardian- DATE:-17-02-1999. The father by reason of a dominant personality cannot be ascribed to have a preferential right over the mother in the matter
KEYWORDS: -DYING DECLARATION – DATE:-17-08-1999- There is DISTINCTION between the evaluation of dying declaration under the English law and that under the Indian law. Under
Can a trial Court permit lacuna in prosecution evidence filled up ? The conventional concept is that the Court should not do so. But then, what is meant by lacuna in a prosecution case, has to be understood before deciding the said question one way or the other.
KEYWORDS:- Rajib Gandhi Murder Case-disrupting the sovereignty of India-Murder- Date :- 11-05-1999 Offence under Section 302 read with Section 120-B of IPC it would be advantageous to
An Act to provide for restricting the transfer of lands by members of Scheduled Tribes in the State of Kerala and for the Restoration of Possession of lands alienated by such members and for matters connected therewith.
Providing 100% reservation for Scheduled Tribes in scheduled areas offends the spirit of Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution of India. The Governor is not conferred power to make any law in derogation to Part III or other provisions of the Constitution of India in the exercise of his power under Clause I, Para 5 of Schedule V. It was also held that G.O.Ms. No.3 is discriminatory as the same adversely affects not only the open category candidates but also other Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and backward classes. It also opined that the reservation under Article 16(4) should not exceed 50%.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan & Ors. Vs Speaker-13/04/2020- Trust Vote- Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly & Ors-Whether the Governor is entrusted with the authority to call for a trust vote in the course of a ―running assembly‖, and Second whether the Governor exercised this authority correctly. If the Governor does not possess the authority, the action of calling for an immediate floor test is ultra vires and unconstitutional. Alternatively, if the Governor does possess the authority to call for a floor test, this Court must determine the contours of such power and answer the question of whether the Governor acted within those contours.
Gangula Ashok and another Vs State of ANDHRA PRADESH-28/01/2000.-we have no doubt that a Special Court under this Act is essentially a Court of Session and it can take cognizance of the offence when the case is committed to it by the magistrate in accordance with the provisions of the Code. In other words, a complaint or a charge-sheet cannot straightway be laid before the Special Court under the Act.