GRANTING BAIL-The issue of bail is one of liberty, justice, public safety and burden of the public treasury, all of which insist that a developed jurisprudence of bail is integral to a socially sensitised judicial process
MONEY SUIT-Ex Party Decree-Execution-Notice- when a notice is sent by registered post and is returned with a postal endorsement "refused" or "not available in the house" or "house locked" or "shop closed" or "addressee not in station", due service has to be presumed.
CONTEMPT OF COURT- Court has held that an apology cannot be a defence, a justification can be accepted if it can be ignored without compromising the dignity of the Court
SERVICE LAW-Appointments to public posts should be strictly in accordance with Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution. Eligibility criteria should be uniform and there cannot be scope of arbitrary selections
Apex Court does not interfere with Bail order of HC. But, where the discretion of HC to grant bail has been exercised without due application of mind or in contravention of directions of apex Court, granting bail is liable to be set aside.
It is made clear that person is entitled to claim benefit of reservation in either of the successor State of Bihar or State of Jharkhand, but will not be entitled to claim benefit simultaneously
It happens at times that the real culprit lodges the first information against known or unknown persons, to misdirect the investigation of an offence
The doctors, both under AYUSH and CHS, render service to patients and on this core aspect, there is nothing to distinguish them.
Petition REJECTED under Article 32 of the Constitution and since a remedy under Article 226 of the Constitution was available to him for getting remedy
Expunging certain observations made against the LAWYER by the learned Judge of the High Court while deciding four cases
CJM declining to grant permission to the Public Prosecutor to withdraw the prosecution. An application for withdrawal of prosecution under Section 321 of the CrPC. It is not the duty of this Court, in an application under Section 321 of the CrPC, to adjudicate upon evidentiary issues and examine the admissibility or sufficiency of evidence.
Production of an injury report for the offence under Section 323 IPC is not a sine qua non for establishing the case for the offence under Section 323 IPC. Section 323 IPC is a punishable section for voluntarily causing hurt. "Hurt" is defined under Section 319 IPC.