No court passes any Interim order which would be contrary to or inconsistent with another interim order which has been passed by a court of competent jurisdiction

CALCUTTA HIGH COURT DIVISION BENCH ( Before : Satyabrata Sinha, J; Basudeva Panigrahi, J ) MAHANANDA BANERJEE — Appellant Vs. HASIM ABDUL HALIM, WEST BENGAL LEGISTATIVE ASSEMBLY, CONTEMNER — Respondent Contempt Application C.R. No. 2031 of 1996 with F.MA. No.…

If any ground which was argued but not considered aggrieved party can file an application for review or clarification.

04-04-1985-It is not unusual for parties and counsel to raise innumerable grounds in the petitions and memoranda of appeal etc., but, later, confine themselves, in the course of argument to a few only of those grounds, obviously because the rest of the grounds are considered even by them to be unteaable. No party or counsel is thereafter entitled to make a grievance that the grounds not argued were not considered. If indeed any ground which was argued was not considered it should be open to the party aggrieved to draw the attention of the court making the order to it by filing a proper application fur review or clarification. The time of the superior courts is not to be wasted in enquiring into the question whether a certain ground which no reference is found in the judgment of the subordinate court was argued before that court or not ?…

Picturization of movie which involves the actress with a wink is not blasphemous-SC

section 295A does not penalise any and every act of insult to or attempt to insult the religion or the religious beliefs of a class of citizens but it penalises only those acts of insults to or those varieties of attempts to insult the religion or the religious beliefs of a class of citizens which are perpetrated with the deliberate and malicious intention of outraging the religious feelings of that class. Insults to religion offered unwittingly or carelessly or without any deliberate or malicious intention to outrage the religious feelings of that class do not come within the sanction.…

Inherent powers are to be exercised by Court in very exceptional circumstances, for which the Code lays down no procedure

The civil courts are authorised to pass such orders as may be necessary for the ends of justice, or to prevent abuse of the process of court, but where an express provision is made to meet a particular situation the Code must be observed, and departure therefrom is not permissible.…