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  • |Judgement|2016(12)BLegal1|Gurpal Singh vs. State of Punjab'|
    02-12-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    AMITAVA ROY, J.
                The subject matter of scrutiny is the judgment and order dated 01.10.2008 passed by the High Court of Punjab and
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  • |Judgement|2016(12)BLegal2|Gurcharan Singh vs. State of Punjab'|
    02-12-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    AMITAVA ROY, J.
    1.         In assailment is the judgement and order dated 17.12.2014 passed by the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at
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  • |Judgement|2016(12)BLegal3|Securities and Exchange Board of India vs. Burren Energy India Ltd. and Ors.'|
    02-12-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    RANJAN GOGOI, J.
    1.         The challenge in this appeal is to an order of the learned Securities Appellate Tribunal, Mumbai (hereinaft
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal59|Mukarrab Ect. vs. State of U.P'|
    30-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    R. BANUMATHI, J.
    The present appeals by special leave impugn the judgment dated 27.05.2014 passed by the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad, whereby the appeal filed b
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal58|Ravindra Ramchandra Waghmare vs. Indore Municipal Corporation and Ors.'|
    29-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    ARUN MISHRA, J.
    1.         Leave granted.
    2.         The appeals arise out of judgment and ord
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal49|Dokiseela Ramulu vs. Sri Sangameswara Swamy Varu and others'|
    29-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Jagdish Singh Khehar, J.
    1.         Leave granted.
    2.         The present controversy admitted
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal50|Bindeshwari Chaudhary vs. State of Bihar and Ors.'|
    29-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    Prafulla C. Pant, J.
              This appeal is directed against judgment and order dated 20.05.2008, passed by High Court of Judicature at Patna,
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal51|Dilbagh Singh vs. State of Punjab'|
    28-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    AMITAVA ROY, J.
    (1)        Heard Ms. Aparna Jha, learned counsel for the appellant and Mr. V. Madhukar, learned counse
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal52|Ram Autar and Ors. vs. State of U.P.'|
    28-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    AMITAVA ROY, J.
    (1)        Leave granted.
    (2)        The appellants hereby assail the affirmation of the
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  • |Judgement|2016(11)BLegal48|UCO Bank and Anr. vs. Dipak Debbarma and Anr.'|
    25-11-2016|DOUBLE|IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA|

    RANJAN GOGOI, J.
               Leave granted.
    2.         The writ petition out of whi
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