Recent Important Judgment

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Ss.482, 154 — FIR – Quashing – FIR on the basis of the same matter which was involved in a civil suit – FIR registered on the basis of the sole opinion of a handwriting expert in the civil suit that receipts […]

PREM SAGAR MANOCHA Vs. STATE (NCT OF DELHI)

Acquittal & Bail Cases Citation: ABC 2016(I) 211 (SC) It is the duty of the Court to see whether the basis of the opinion of the Expert witness is correct and proper and then form its own conclusion. But, that is not the case in respect of a witness of […]

Landmark Cases of Criminal Law

1. Lalita Kumari v. State of UP FIR mandatory in cognizable cases. 2. Mohd. Ahmad Khan vs Shah Bano Begum Section 125 of CrPC Secular. 3. D.K. Basu v. State of Bengal SC guidelines relating to the rights of the arrested person. 4. Nilabati Bahera v. State of Orissa Compensation […]

Ayodhya- Babri Mazjid Dispute Case

M. Siddiq (a) through Ors. v/s Mahant Suresh das After 40 days hearing Supreme Court unanimously held that the entire disputed land 12.77 acres in Ayodhya must be handed over for the contraction of ram mandir Using its power if article 142 of the constitution – the court held that […]

Triple Talaq Case

Sayara Bano V. Union of India Triple talaq is a form of divorce that was practiced in Islam, whereby a Muslim man could legally divorce his wife by pronouncing talaq (the Arabic word for divorce) three times. The pronouncement could be oral or written, or, in recent times, delivered by […]

CJI- Sexual Harassment Conspiracy Case

In this case, an ex-supreme court staff put allegation in front of media and 22 justice of the Supreme Court that Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi sexually harass her. The Supreme Court bench of justice Arun Mishra, R.F Nariman, and Deepak Gupta Suo-Moto held that former Supreme Court justice […]

Sabarimala Temple case

In the year 1990- A petition was filed in the Kerala High Court seeking a ban on entry of women inside the  Sabarimala temple. In the year 1991- The Kerala High Court had upheld the restriction of women of certain age entries inside the holy shrine of Lord Ayyappa. .In […]