DHC Dismissed Juhi Chawla’s Suit against 5G testing for wasting time, imposed cost-04/06/2021

Since the 5G roll-out has not actually happened, though - equally damaging - trials involving the human population have started (which is not the same as doing trials on pigs and/or rats, and/or in an empty Thar Desert, or on the employees of the private defendants) - so that not even one single human life is lost by these trials, the plaintiffs are agreeable if this Court, while waiving the requirement of Section 80(1) of the CPC, grants fair opportunity to the State Defendants to show cause as to why no interim relief be granted which, in any case, is sought against the private defendants, and not against the State defendants.

How to write plaint for a suit

For filing a Suit in Civil Court or the Original side of the High Court or to the Supreme Court under Original Jurisdiction, it is required to file a plaint to the filing section of the court.


Where admissions of fact have been made either in the pleading or otherwise, whether orally or in writing, the Court may at any stage of the suit, either on the application of any party or of its own motion and without waiting for the determination of any other question between the parties, make such order or give such judgment as it may think fit, having regard to such admissions.

Whether an interlocutory order in a suit or proceeding amounts to a ‘case decided’ for the purpose of Section 115, C.P.C

RAMESH LAL HANTUKA Vs. SURESH LAL SHANTUKA - the meaning of the term 'case decided' has been widened after the amendment introducing the explanation to Sub-section (2) of Section 115, C.P.C. But in spite of this extended meaning the Courts have held that any and every order passed in the course of a suit does not amount to a 'case decided' and the order must relate to adjudication of some right or obligation of the parties in controversy for this purpose - ORISSA HIGH COURT [ 10-08-1984 ]

If appellate Court allowed adducing additional evidence, the trial Court cannot deny such a party from adducing evidence

SHRI RANJIT KUMAR SARKAR AND OTHERS Vs. SHRI HIRALAL SARKAR AND OTHERS - The appellate Court allowed the parties to adduce evidence on the additional issue, no further application either by the plaintiff or by the defendant is required for recalling a witness. Trial Court would accept the evidence in examination-in-chief as additional evidence, particularly, to depose on the additional issue framed. - GAUHATI HIGH COURT [ 04-04-2012 ]

Pleading before Civil Courts

Every pleading shall contain, and contain only a statement in a concise form of the material facts on which the party pleading relies for his claim or defnece as the case may be, but not the evidence by which they are to be proved.(2) Every pleading shall, when necessary, be devided into paragraphs, numbered consecutively, each allegation being, so far as is convenient, contained in a separate paragraph.(3) Dates, sums and numbers shall be expressed in a pleading in figures as well as in words.