whether the conviction under Section 498A is impermissible after he was acquitted for the offence under Section 306 IPC and on the non availability of any evidence pertaining to demand of dowry?

The Trial Court convicted the Appellant under Section 498A and 306 IPC. Sentence of three years’ simple imprisonment for the offence under Section 498A IPC and four years simple imprisonment for the offence under Section 306 IPC was imposed on the Appellant. The appeal filed by the Appellant was partly allowed by the High Court.… Read More whether the conviction under Section 498A is impermissible after he was acquitted for the offence under Section 306 IPC and on the non availability of any evidence pertaining to demand of dowry?

whether the order – directed the grant of compassionate appointment to the respondents on a regular scale of pay in the services of the State Government and not on the post of Nagar Shikshaks to which they were appointed. is correct?

In Mukesh’s case, this Court held: 8 “By the impugned judgment, a Division Bench of the High Court correctly held that the Appellants have no legal right to seek appointment on compassionate grounds. Compassionate appointments are not a source of recruitment and they are made to provide succour to the family of an employee who… Read More whether the order – directed the grant of compassionate appointment to the respondents on a regular scale of pay in the services of the State Government and not on the post of Nagar Shikshaks to which they were appointed. is correct?

quashing the detention orders passed against the detenues. is correct ?

In the present case, huge volume of gold had been smuggled into the country unabatedly for the last three years and about 3396 kgs of the gold has been brought into India during the period from July 2018 to March, 2019 camouflaging it with brass metal scrap. The detaining authority recorded finding that this has… Read More quashing the detention orders passed against the detenues. is correct ?

what is the effect of not filing the copy of the decree along with the execution application filed by the appellant.

what is the effect of not filing the copy of the decree along with the execution application filed by the appellant. In our view, even though the appellant did not file the certified copy of the decree along with the execution application for the reason that the same was not passed by the Court, yet… Read More what is the effect of not filing the copy of the decree along with the execution application filed by the appellant.

Land Acquistion cases – Small chunk Land/Large Chunk Land for granting compensation – appreciation of evidence

Land Acquistion cases – Small chunk Land/Large Chunk Land for granting compensation – appreciation of evidence. On the other hand, learned counsel for the respondent (State) placed reliance on the sale deed 9 dated 14.02.1994 (EX­141) and contended that if the price mentioned in this sale deed is relied on then it is amply clear… Read More Land Acquistion cases – Small chunk Land/Large Chunk Land for granting compensation – appreciation of evidence

Or. 9 rule 13 of CPC – set aside exparte decree -Litigation should not be terminated by default – adjudication be done on merits.

Or. 9 rule 13 of CPC – set aside exparte decree -Litigation should not be terminated by default –  adjudication be done on merits. 8. Ordinarily, a litigation is based on adjudication on the merits of the contentions of the parties. Litigation should not be terminated by default, either of the plaintiff or the defendant. The… Read More Or. 9 rule 13 of CPC – set aside exparte decree -Litigation should not be terminated by default – adjudication be done on merits.