TRIAL FINISHED IN 22 DAYS – DEATH SENTENCE FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE & MURDER OF 15 YEAR OLD BY KARNATAKA SESSIONS COURT

A Sessions Court at Kolar District in Karnataka completed the trial of attempted Rape & Murder case in 22 days and pronounced death penalty to a 25-year old coolie for attempted rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl. The Additional District and Sessions Judge Smt. B.S. Rekha, convicted the accused TN Suresh Babu alias BabuRead more about TRIAL FINISHED IN 22 DAYS – DEATH SENTENCE FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE & MURDER OF 15 YEAR OLD BY KARNATAKA SESSIONS COURT[…]

HUSBAND ASKED TO VACATE HIS OWN HOME DURING PENDENCY OF DIVORCE CASE BY SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has upheld an interim order by a family court in Maharashtra, which directed a husband to remove himself from his own home and not to visit there until the divorce petition under challenge is finally decided. The Bombay High Court had dismissed the challenge against the family court order. It was contendedRead more about HUSBAND ASKED TO VACATE HIS OWN HOME DURING PENDENCY OF DIVORCE CASE BY SUPREME COURT[…]

POLICE MACHINERY CAN’T BE UTILISED TO HOLD HUSBAND AT RANSOM – GUJARAT HIGH COURT

Honourable Mr.Justice J.B.Pardiwala in his judgment said that for the simple reason that if the wife, on account of disputes with her husband, decides to not only harass her husband, but all other close relatives of the husband, then she would ensure that proper allegations are leveled against each and every such relative, although knowingRead more about POLICE MACHINERY CAN’T BE UTILISED TO HOLD HUSBAND AT RANSOM – GUJARAT HIGH COURT[…]

PARENTS SHOULD NOT CREATE ANY PROTEST OR STAGE ANY ‘DHARNA’ IN THE SCHOOL PREMISES IN PROTEST OF FEE HIKE BY SCHOOLS – KERALA HIGH COURT

In the case of fee hike in Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidhya Mandir, a privately owned School affiliated to CBSE in Ernakulam District of Kerala, few parents protested the fee hike, resorting to strike and “dharna”. The protest assumed rancorous proportions, resulting in expulsion of the children of protesting parents. The school withheld the CertificatesRead more about PARENTS SHOULD NOT CREATE ANY PROTEST OR STAGE ANY ‘DHARNA’ IN THE SCHOOL PREMISES IN PROTEST OF FEE HIKE BY SCHOOLS – KERALA HIGH COURT[…]

All Live-in Relationships Are Not Covered Under Provisions Of Domestic Violence Act: An Interpretation of Section 2(f) of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 By Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court has held that in order to claim any relief under the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, relations between the woman and her partner must be in the nature of marriage. High Court Justice Mangesh S. Patil, Aurangabad bench dismissed a criminal revision application filed by a 30-year-old woman who soughtRead more about All Live-in Relationships Are Not Covered Under Provisions Of Domestic Violence Act: An Interpretation of Section 2(f) of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 By Bombay High Court[…]

Parents Should Consciously Refrain From Influencing The Matrimonial Life Of Their Children – Says Madras HC

The marriages are sacred ceremony intended to make a young couple to start a peaceful and lovable relationship. After the marriage, the responsibilities of their respective parents diminishes to the extent that all major decisions and issues needs to be addressed between themselves and that the parents should consciously refrained from influencing their matrimonial lifeRead more about Parents Should Consciously Refrain From Influencing The Matrimonial Life Of Their Children – Says Madras HC[…]

Salary Certificate Not The Only Basis For Assessing Income Of the Deceased For Calculating Compensation in Motor Accident Claims – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court in United India Insurance Co Ltd v Indiro Devi has held that salary certificate need not be the only basis to assess income of the deceased for arriving at a just and fair compensation to be paid to the claimants for the loss of life. There is nothing in the law whichRead more about Salary Certificate Not The Only Basis For Assessing Income Of the Deceased For Calculating Compensation in Motor Accident Claims – Supreme Court[…]

Live-streaming of Supreme Court Proceedings May Become a Reality Soon

Live-streaming of Supreme Court Proceedings May Become a Reality Soon. Central Government agrees to help set up a channel. Live streaming of court proceedings will help litigant instantaneously know what happened to his case and how his lawyer performed his case before the Court. It will also check the tendency of advocates to seek adjournments…theRead more about Live-streaming of Supreme Court Proceedings May Become a Reality Soon[…]