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  • Ragging in colleges: Educational institutions yet to implement SC guidelines
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal33|M\s Southern Motors vs. State of Karnataka and others'|
    18-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    AMITAVA ROY, J.
                 The instant adjudicative pursuit is to disinter the statutory intendment lodged in Rule 3(2)(c) in particu
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal32|Common Cause (A Registered Society) and Others vs. Union of India and Others.'|
    11-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    1.         We have heard learned counsel for the parties at length, as to Interlocutory Application Nos. 3 and 4 of 2017 filed in Writ Petition(Civil) No.505 of Read more...
  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal25|Saloni Arora vs. State of NCT of Delhi'|
    10-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Abhay Manohar Sapre, J.
    1)         S.L.P.(Crl.) No. 8184 of 2015 is filed against the order dated 06.07.2015 passed b
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal26|Sri Ganesh vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Anr.'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Uday Umesh Lalit, J.
    1.            Leave granted.
    2.           
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal27|The State of Telangna vs. Haba Abdullah Jeelani and Ors.'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Dipak Misra, J.
           The seminal issue that arises for consideration in this appeal, by special leave, is whether the High Court while refusing to
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal24|Md. Sajjad @ Raju @ Salim vs. State of West Bengal'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Uday Umesh Lalit, J.
     1.           This appeal by special leave challenges the Judgment and Order dated 20.04.2010 passe
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal20|Ajay Singh and Anr and Etc. vs. State of Chhattisgarh and Anr.'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Dipak Misra, J.
                Performance of judicial duty in the manner prescribed by law is fundamental to the concept of rule of law in a
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal21|Behram Tejani & Ors. vs. Azeem Jagani'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Uday Umesh Lalit, J.
    1.         Leave granted. 
    2.         This appeal challenges the jud
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal31|Keshav Arjun Charania vs. Indira Arjun Charania'|
    06-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    KURIAN, J.
    1.         Leave granted.
    2.         The appellant is before this Court, aggrieved
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  • |Judgement|2017(1)BLegal22|Government of NCT through Secretary, Land and Building Department and Anr. vs. Gautam Chopra and Ors.'|
    05-01-2017|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    KURIAN, J.
    1.         Delay condoned. Leave granted.
    2.         The issue, in principle, is co
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