Category: Apex Courts Judgements

When there is no cross appeal, HC cannot go beyond Decree of Trial Court.

When there is no cross-appeal/objection, HC cannot go beyond the Judgment & Decree of Trial Court while dismissing an appeal against It.   Author: Sudhanshu Paliwal, Btech LLB 5th yr, UPES Dehradun. In the case of AkhilBharatvarshiya Marwari Agarwal JatiyaKosh& Others v. BrijlalTibrewal& Others (civil appeal nos. 12088­12089 of 2018), the apex court has put

Lok Sabha Passes Consumer Protection Bill, 2018

Lok Sabha Passes Consumer Protection Bill, 2018 Author: Rajnish Kumar, ICFAI Law School. Dehradun.   The Lok Sabha passes the consumer protection bill 2018 which wants totally to replace Consumer Protection Act, 1986. The bill seeks a national level regulator-Central Consumer Protection Authority – to deal with consumer complaints on a Proactive measure. The present

Notice Against Ratan Tata & others in Nusli Wadia defamation suit.

A local court has issued notices against Tata Sons former chairman Ratan Tata, present chairman N Chandrasekaran and eight directors of the group along with the group chief operating officer in a defamation complaint filed by Wadia group chairman Nusli Wadia. The notices were issued by the Esplanade court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate MI

India should have been declared a Hindu country : Meghalaya High Court.

While considering a petition relating to refusal of Domicile Certificate to an army recruit, the Meghalaya High Court, on Monday, traced the events leading up to India’s partition and observed, “Therefore, I request our beloved Prime Minister, Home Minister, Law Minister and Hon’ble Members of the Parliament to bring a law to allow the Hindus,

Consumer Court directs refund for student who quit FITJEE even after no exit clause in contract.

District Consumer Court in Delhi recently directed leading IIT/JEE entrance coaching institute, FITJEE to refund the fees paid by a student who chose to discontinue attending classes. After paying his fee Rs 87,000, the student had attended only about 17 days of classes and found the coaching unsatisfactory, moving further he chose to withdraw his

Student cannot be denied from class XI admission in same school who clears Class X exams from same school : Calcutta HC

Recently, calcutta high court came to case where a student has been denied from promotion in class 11th after clearing class 10th exam from same school where he was studying. Echoing the views in two Supreme Court judgments – Principal, Cambridge School v Payal Gupta and Principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya v Sourabh Chaudhary, Justice Shekhar B Saraf emphasised, “… a school cannot abandon

The Silence Of The Lawmen Does More Harm To The Society Than The Violence Of The Laymen…

“That the Constitution is meant for everyone- the young and the old, the rich and the poor, women and children, and the marginalised- and that the compassion of the court is not charity but the bounden duty of a constitutional judge”,  Attending his farewell ceremony on Thursday, Supreme Court Justice Kurian Joseph added these words. “The

Bar Council of Delhi sends legal notice to news channel Aaj Tak for showing lawyers in bad light.

TheBar Council of Delhi has sent a legal notice to news channel ‘Aaj Tak’ for depicting lawyers in the bad light in one of its programs. The notice asserts that the telecast is defamatory and shows serious derogatory aspersions on the legal profession. “The contents of the advertisement/promo of your TV program in toto is against

Update on Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case.

Shocked that former Cabinet Minister cannot be traced for a month. The Supreme Court pulled up the Bihar Police today for its failure to arrest the ex-cabinet minister Manju Verma in relation to the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case. The Bench of Justice Madan Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta has summoned the Director General of Police(DGP), Bihar seeking an explanation on the

Antim Darshan’ Of Ganga Campaigner Late Swami Sanand In AIIMS Hospital allowed by SC.

“We, therefore, permit the aforesaid arrangement, namely, darshan by 10 (ten) followers in a group subject to a limit of 50 (fifty) followers within the hospital premises for a period of one hour every Sunday for the next 10 consecutive Sundays meaning thereby a total of 500 (five hundred) followers.” The Supreme Court on Friday, allowed