Category: Case Notes

ARJUN PANDITRAO KHOTKAR V. KAILASH KUSHANRAO GORANTYAL AND OTHERS

By- Tanya Gupta Case name: ARJUN PANDITRAO KHOTKAR V. KAILASH KUSHANRAO GORANTYAL AND OTHERS[1] Background and Facts of the Case Section 3 of the Evidence Act characterizes the expression “Proof”. Furthermore, it orders the proof into 2 classes, for example, Oral and Documentary Evidence. The expression “Narrative Evidence”, according to the definition, would incorporate all…

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JOSEPH SHINE V.UNION OF INDIA

By- Tanya Gupta Case name: JOSEPH SHINE V. UNION OF INDIA[1] In October 2017, Joseph Shine, a non-inhabitant Keralite, documented public intrigue suit under Article 32 of the Constitution. The appeal tested the legality of the offense of infidelity under Section 497 of the IPC read with Section 198(2) of the CrPC. Section 497 IPC…

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RIZWAN KHAN V. STATE OF CHATTISGARH

By: Ishita Pancholi JUDGES: Justices Ashok Bhushan, MR Shah, and R. Subhash Reddy JUDGEMENT DATE: 10/09/2020 FACTS: The Accused no.1 and each other – Pukhraj were charged for the offense under Section 20(b) (ii) (B) of the NDPS Act, possessing 20 kg each precluded Narcotic Substance Ganja. According to the instance of the arraignment, 20…

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SHREYAS SINHA V. THE WEST BENGAL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES & ORS.

By-Ishita Pancholi JUDGES: J. L. Nageshwara Rao, Hemant Gupta and S. Ravindra Bhat. JUDGEMENT DATE: 09/09/2020 FACTS: The Appellant had looked for admission to the five-year law course offered by the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences1 based on the change in the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences Act, 19992 vide the…

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University Of London Press Ltd. V. University Tutorial Press, Ltd.

By- Anjanee Goel[1] UNIVERSITY OF LONDON PRESS LTD. V. UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL PRESS, LTD.[2] There were two examiners who were appointed for the University of London’s matriculation examination but on the condition that all or any copyright in the examination papers would belong to the University of London. The same was entered into via a copyright…

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