ive
Latest Cases

(1) RAJIV KANT AND OTHERS Vs. GOVIND SINGH PATHANIA [HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT] 20-04-2021
A civil suit bearing No. 100/2004 was filed by the respondent for declaration to the effect that he was owner of the suit land. Various other reliefs were also prayed including permanent injunction for restraining the defendants from proclaiming any right, title or interest over the suit land. Further relief of possession by way of demolition of structure of petrol pump over the suit land was also prayed. Another prayer for recovery of rent and damages was also made. The cause title of the plain

(2) K.T. JALEEL Vs. V.K. MUHAMMED SHAFI [KERALA HIGH COURT] 20-04-2021
The relevant facts are the following; The petitioner was elected to the Kerala Legislative Assembly in the election held on 16.05.2016 and has been a member of the Council of Ministers of the State since 25.05.2016. The case of the first respondent in the complaint is that the petitioner has violated the oath of office by abusing his position as a Minister and indulging in favouritism and nepotism in appointing the fifth respondent as the General Manager of the Kerala State Minorities Developmen

(3) RATNAM SUDESH IYER Vs. JACKIE KAKUBHAI SHROFF [BOMBAY HIGH COURT] 20-04-2021
The claimant thereafter founded Sony Entertainment Television Private Limited (now known as Multi Screen Media Private Limited) along with the world renowned Sony Pictures Entertainment, USA a part of the Sony Group of Japan. The said Sony Entertainment Television Private Limited was created as joint venture company between companies owned by the claimant and the companies owned by the Sony Pictures.

(4) VANISHA VINCENT RODRIGUES Vs. JYOTI VINCENT RODRIGUES [BOMBAY HIGH COURT] 20-04-2021
A daughter is before this Court seeking quashing of proceedings initiated by her mother under the provisions of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (hereinafter referred to as "DV Act"), claiming that she is facing the ire of her mother due to matrimonial discord between her mother and her father. According to the Petitioner, she has been unnecessarily dragged into the said proceedings pending before the Court of Magistrate and that this is having a detrimental effect on her

(5) ARNAV ENTERPRISES Vs. IOSIS SPA & WELLNESS PRIVATE LIMITED [BOMBAY HIGH COURT] 20-04-2021
By this appeal filed under section 37 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (for short "the Arbitration Act") the appellant (original respondent) has impugned the order dated 30th July, 2020 and 26th October, 2020 passed by the learned Single Judge thereby granting ad-interim measures in favour of the respondent (original petitioner) under section 9 of the Arbitration Act. Some of the relevant facts for the purpose of deciding this appeal are as under.

(6) JAI BHAGWAN & ORS Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS [DELHI HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Present petition has been filed seeking a number of prayers. However, learned counsel for the petitioners prays that a similar order as passed by a Division Bench in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 dated 30th May, 2019 be passed in the present writ petition. He clarifies that neither the judgment and order dated 30th May, 2019 in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 nor the judgments referred to in the said order have been challenged before the Supreme Court by the respondents.

(7) ARUN ATTRI Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ANR [DELHI HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
The petitioner had applied to the post of Airmen in Group X & Y category in the month of July, 2019 pursuant to the Notification issued by the Central Airmen Selection Board, IAF. He cleared the Written Test (Phase-I) as well as the Physical and Efficiency Test (PhaseII) of the recruitment process. However, when he was asked to appear in the Medical Test (Phase-III) on 25th January, 2020, he was declared medically unfit.

(8) BOBBY COLLIN Vs. NARCOTIC CONTROL BUREAU [DELHI HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
The allegations against the petitioner, as spelt out in the complaint filed by Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB), are that on 29.03.2015, upon receipt of secret and reliable information that a South African national, namely, Bobby Collins Anagor, having passport No.A02601093, is coming to Delhi from Sao Paolo via Dubai by Emirates Airway Flight No. EK 510 and is suspected to carry narcotic drug and psychotropic substance inside his body and might carry some drug in his baggage. Accordingly, a raidin

(9) KUSUM LATA Vs. STATE OF NCT OF DELHI & ORS [DELHI HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
The present petition has been preferred under section 227 of the Constitution of India read with section 482 Cr.P.C. seeking setting aside of the order dated 28.02.2020 passed by learned Special Judge, NDPS Act, Patiala House Court (ND), Delhi in CR No.159/2019 titled as Kusum Lata vs. Shikha & Ors. dismissing the revision petition of the petitioner and upholding the order dated 03.01.2019 passed by learned MM rejecting the application of the petitioner filed under section 156(3) Cr.P.C. Pet

(10) SUBHASH SINGH Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS [DELHI HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Present petition has been filed seeking a number of prayers. However, learned counsel for the petitioner prays that a similar order as passed by a Division Bench in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 dated 30th May, 2019 be passed in the present writ petition. He clarifies that neither the judgment and order dated 30th May, 2019 in W.P.(C) No.6437/2019 nor the judgments referred to in the said order have been challenged before the Supreme Court by the respondents.

(11) MOHAN RAGHU BHOYA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
It is the case of the petitioner that on registration of the FIR being C.R. No.11200050210192 of 2021 registered with Nanapondha Police Station, Dist.: Valsad, for the offences under the provision of the Gujarat Prohibition Act, the vehicle of the petitioner has been seized as muddamal in connection with the aforesaid offence, however, the said vehicle is duly registered with the transport department of the Government and in support of it, RC Book is placed on record at Page No.18 of the compila

(12) RAJESHBHAI MOHANBHAI PATEL Vs. KALPESHKUMAR CHANDRAVAN BHATT & OTHER(S) [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
These eight appeals have been preferred assailing the correctness of the judgment and order dated 06.11.2020 passed by the learned Single Judge in four Special Civil Applications bearing Nos.11319, 11176, 11256 and 11266 of 2020 whereby the learned Single Judge allowed all the four petitions and quashed the order of the Designated Authority dated 02.09.2020 whereby the original writ petitioners had been disqualified as members of the Dakor Nagarpalika.

(13) MANSUKH ALIAS RAVJI GORASIYA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Letters Patent Appeal No.882 of 2020 has been filed assailing the correctness of the CAV order dated 14.10.2020 passed in Special Civil Application No.1628 of 2020 which is interim in nature whereby the writ petitioner-appellant was permitted to get the vehicle in question released after furnishing necessary continuing bank guarantee as shown in notice Form-J and on fulfillment of other requirements.

(14) TRIVEDI JAGDISHCHANDRA JAYANTILAL Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
This application has been preferred under section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure seeking anticipatory bail in connection with the first information report being I-C.R. No. 11188007210116 registered with Meghraj Police Station for the offences punishable under sections 465, 468, 471 and 473 of IPC.

(15) XXX Vs. UNION OF INDIA [KERALA HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Pursuant to registration of a crime, during investigation, it was suspected that the offence was committed by the 14 year old sibling of the victim and a report in that regard was filed before the Juvenile Justice Board. Ext.P2 is the birth certificate which shows the date of birth of the victim as July, 2007. The scan report dated 1.4.2021, produced as Ext.P3, shows the foetus as 24 weeks and 4 days old. Contending that the petitioner's daughter is a victim of a rape by her own brother, the fat

(16) MAHARASHTRA STATE ROAD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED Vs. PLUS BKSP TOLL LTD [BOMBAY HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Before I examine these grounds of challenge, it would be necessary to encapsulate the brief facts of the matter. The present dispute arises out of a Concession Agreement dated 25th August, 2006 (for short "the Concession Agreement") which was entered into between the petitioner and the respondent for the purpose of four-laning, improvement and maintenance of the Bhiwandi-Kalyan Shil-Phata Highway (for short "the Project Highway" and/or the "Project Road"). The Project Highway is a road in the Mu

(17) BHARTIYA RASHTRIYA RAJMARG PRADHIKARAN Vs. MANJU DIXIT AND ANOTHER [ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
The declaration under Section 3-D of the 'Act, 1956' in respect of the land in question was issued on 08.10.2010. The competent authority while disposing of the objection of respondent held that since land in question is recorded as agriculture land, therefore, compensation be calculated and paid as per circle rates applicable to agriculture land. Accordingly, it calculated compensation based on circle rates applicable to agriculture land and declared the award on 05.10.2012 under Section 3-G of

(18) SATYAVRAT RAI Vs. STATE OF U.P. AND OTHERS [ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT] 19-04-2021
Admittedly the petitioner is in custody since 18.3.1998 in connection with Case Crime No. 1311/1997 under Sections 302/34/504/506 IPC, P.S. Cantt., Gorakhpur. He in above case was put on trial in S.T. No. 142/1988. During trial, he was bailed out by this Court on 9.7.2003 and released on 26.7.2003. Further, he was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment on 16.6.2007. He preferred an appeal before this Court and was released on bail on 1.10.2012. His appeal finally came to be dismissed on 23

(19) MUJEEBUDDIN AND ANOTHER Vs. STATE & ANR [DELHI HIGH COURT] 16-04-2021
Vide the present petition, petitioners seek direction thereby for quashing of FIR No.172/2020, for the offences punishable under Sections 306/34 IPC, registered at PS Kamla Market, Delhi and all other proceedings arising therefrom. The present petition is filed on the ground that parties have amicably settled their disputes in terms of Memorandum of Settlement dated 22.01.2021 and respondent No.2, who is the complainant of FIR in question, has no objection if the present petition is allowed.

(20) ROHIT @ MATHARO RAJUBHAI MAKWANA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 16-04-2021
This application is filed by the applicant under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 for regular bail in connection with FIR registered as CR-I/11208056201425 /2020 with Thorala Police Station, Rajkot for the offence punishable under Sections 302 and 504 of the Indian Penal Code.