INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY V. MANOHARLAL

JUDGES  1. S Ravindra Bhat  2. M.R. Shah  3. Vineet Saran  4. Indira Banerjee  5. Arun Mishra  CASE-NUMBER – SLP (C) 9036-9038/2016 [Diary No. 8700/2016]  CITATION – [2020] 8 SCC 129  ISSUES  1. Can a Supreme Court decision on a question of law be overruled by a subsequent Supreme Court bench of the same strength? Or does … More INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY V. MANOHARLAL

INTERNET AND MOBILE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA V. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA 

CITATION – [2020] 10 SCC 274  JUDGES  1) Rohinton Fali Nariman,  2) Aniruddha Bose  3) V. Ramasubramanian  BACKGROUND  Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued a circular dated 6th april,2018. The circular do prohibits the bank and other entities too from trading in virtual currencies. Moreover the circular do barred the banks to provide any kind of services … More INTERNET AND MOBILE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA V. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA 

COMPETITION COMMISSION OF INDIA v. BHARTI AIRTEL 

INTRODUCTION  A two-judge bench of The Supreme Court of India (‘SC’), on 5th December, 2018 res olved the conflict of jurisdiction between Competition Commission of India (‘CCI’) a ndTRAI and the interplay of roles of the two regulators. CCI is a sector-agnostic regul ator authorised to “promote and sustain competition in markets of India”. Whereas, T RAI is sector … More COMPETITION COMMISSION OF INDIA v. BHARTI AIRTEL 

MADRAS BAR ASSOCIATION V. UNION OF INDIA & ANR

CITATION – 2020 (13) SCALE 443  JUDGES  1. Justices L Nageswara Rao,  2. S Ravindra Bhat, and  3. Hemant Gupta  INTRODUCTION  The President of India on 4th April 2021 promulgated an Ordinance, on the recommendations of the Central Government, while exercising its powers under Article 123 of the Indian Constitution because, even though the bill was tabled in the Lok Sabha … More MADRAS BAR ASSOCIATION V. UNION OF INDIA & ANR

Ssangyong Engineering And Construction Company Ltd vs National Highways Authority Of India 

CITATION – [2019] 7 SCR 522  FACTS  The dispute arose out of a contract between the parties for construction of a four-lane bypass on a National Highway in the State of Madhya Pradesh. The appellant, Ssangyong Engineering, was to be compensated under the contract for inflation in prices of components to be used in construction of the highway. … More Ssangyong Engineering And Construction Company Ltd vs National Highways Authority Of India 

COMMITTEE OF CREDITORS OF ESSAR STEEL INDIA LIMITED THROUGH AUTHORISED SIGNATORY V. SATISH KUMAR GUPTA AND ORS

CITATION – (2020) 8 SCC 531  INTRODUCTION  The Essar Steel Case is a landmark judgment in the arena of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Law, which decided the supremacy of the financial creditors in the Committee of Creditors in cases of distribution of claims. It is one of the oldest cases going under the IBC process which lasted for approximately … More COMMITTEE OF CREDITORS OF ESSAR STEEL INDIA LIMITED THROUGH AUTHORISED SIGNATORY V. SATISH KUMAR GUPTA AND ORS

CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER SUPREME COURT OF INDIA V. SUBHASH CHANDRA AGRAWAL

CITATION – (2020) 5 SCC 481 FACTS  In this case, three appeals were filed which arose from three applications filed by the respondent, Subhash Chandra Agarwal before the Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) of the Supreme Court of India Subhash Chandra Agarwal himself filed a Right to Information Application to CPIO of the Supreme Court of India to … More CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER SUPREME COURT OF INDIA V. SUBHASH CHANDRA AGRAWAL

JARNAIL SINGH V. LACHHMI NARAIN GUPTA 

JUDGES  1. Former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra,  2. Justice Kurian Joseph,  3. Justice RF Nariman,  4. Justice SK Kaul and  5. Justice Indu Malhotra.  ISSUES   Whether the Nagraj Judgement needed reconsideration by a seven-judge bench?   The second issue questioned whether the States had to collect quantifiable data to prove the backwardness and inadequacy of … More JARNAIL SINGH V. LACHHMI NARAIN GUPTA 

ROJER MATHEW V. SOUTH INDIAN BANK LTD. AND ORS.

FACTS  1. This case was a combined hearing by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. The constitutionality of Part XIV of the Finance Act, 2017, and of the rules framed in consonance of section 184 of the Finance Act was constitutionally challenged before the court. Part XIV of the Finance Act 2017 gave sweeping powers to the Union Government to … More ROJER MATHEW V. SOUTH INDIAN BANK LTD. AND ORS.

Swiss Ribbons Pvt. Ltd. V. Union of India 

CITATION – [2019] 3 SCR 535  Swiss Ribbons Pvt Ltd. vs Union of India deals with the constitutional validity of the various existing provisions in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (hereinafter IBC Code). The case has been finally decided by the Supreme Court on 25 January 2019. Since the enactment of the IBC Code, it is continuously … More Swiss Ribbons Pvt. Ltd. V. Union of India 

DEFINITION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNDER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT

Domestic violence against women is not commonplace in Indian society. Many women encounter it throughout their lives, and the majority of them are so used to it that they don’t even report it. However, it is impossible to deny that many people continue to endure domestic abuse. This regulation is nicely positioned in the Indian … More DEFINITION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNDER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT

LAWS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE

Child abuse and neglect endanger the security and well-being of sure youngsters across the country daily. Effective intervention within the lives of those youngsters and their families may be a shared communal concern, not the distinctive duty of any single organization or skilled cluster.Every year, up to at least one billion youngsters area unit victims of physical, … More LAWS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE

EUTHANASIA:: STILL A LONG JOURNEY FOR INDIA

INTRODUCTION Euthanasia is described as the intentional termination of a person’s life in order to alleviate his or her suffering. It is sometimes referred to as ‘Mercy Killing.’ According to this approach, the person who is terminally ill or injured, or any other person acting on his behalf, chooses death for himself. Physicians use euthanasia … More EUTHANASIA:: STILL A LONG JOURNEY FOR INDIA

INVESTIGATION

“Investigation” means “to systematically examine, study, or inquire into; search or examine into the particulars of; examine in detail, or, to search out and examine the particulars of in an attempt to learn the facts about something hidden, unique, or complex, especially in an attempt to find a motive, cause, or to find things.” According … More INVESTIGATION

SHOULD WE HAVE RESERVATIONS FOR WOMEN

INTRODUCTION The idea of reservation policies is not a new one. It has been raised from time to time by numerous specialised organisations that believe that by obtaining a reservation, they would be able to get representation for their class; nonetheless, it must be remembered that reservation and representation are two distinct phenomena. Many people … More SHOULD WE HAVE RESERVATIONS FOR WOMEN

CONCEPT OF REMAND IN INDIA

REMAND Remand, also known as pre-trial detention, preventive detention, or provisional detention, is the process of detaining a person until their trial after they have been arrested and charged with an offence. A person who is on remand is held in a prison or detention centre or held under house arrest. Varying terminology is used, but “remand” is generally used in common … More CONCEPT OF REMAND IN INDIA