Cases

State of UP vs Sudhir Kumar Singh

State of UP vs Sudhir Kumar Singh

Citation: 2020 SCC OnLine 847

5 tests of the principle of natural justice.

Make My Trip vs Union of India

Make My Trip vs Union of India

Citation: 2016 (44) STR 481 (Del)

The power of arrest cannot be invoked in a mechanical and casual manner. (Arrest under GST Act)

Tags: [Police] [Arrest] [GST] [Tax]

Nipun Saxena vs Union of India

Nipun Saxena vs Union of India (2018)

Citation: (2019) 3 SCC 715 & (2019) 13 SCC 719

Direction regarding the offences under POCSO Act.

Niraj Kumar Singh vs Union of India

Niraj Kumar Singh vs Union of India

Citation: WP(C) 13129 of 2019 - Delhi HC

Tanaka Ram vs Union of India

Citation: WP(C) 6680 of 2017 & WP(C) 10189 of 2016 of Delhi HC

Those who participated in the examination of 2003 would be covered by the old pension scheme.

Tanaka Ram vs Union of India

Tanaka Ram vs Union of India

Citation: WP(C) 6680 of 2017 & WP(C) 10189 of 2016 of Delhi HC

Niraj Kumar Singh vs Union of India

Citation: WP(C) 13129 of 2019 - Delhi HC

Those who participated in the examination of 2003 would be covered by the old pension scheme.

State of Punjab vs Rafiq Masih

State of Punjab vs Rafiq Masih

Citations:

  1. (2014) 8 SCC 883
  2. (2015) 1 SCT 195
  3. SLP(C) 11684 of 2012 - Supreme Court

Recovery of amount paid in excess without fault of recipient party is not allowed.

Food Corporation of India vs State of Andhra Pradesh

Food Corporation of India vs State of Andhra Pradesh

Citation: 997 SCC OnLine AP 1143

When terms between the parties are under an agreement, those terms are sacrosanct and cannot be explained otherwise by adducing oral evidence. 

 

Tags: Contract, Terms, Agreement, Party, Parties, T&C.

Amish Devgan vs. Union of India

Amish Devgan vs. Union of India

Citation: (2021) 1 SCC 1

Impact of speech of a person of influence - hate speech

Sulakhan Singh vs Smt. Pal Kaur

A person who pleads fraud must prove it by cogent evidence, and the finding of fraud cannot be left to canaries of preponderance of probabilities and conjectures.

Even in civil cases, fraud has to be proved in a same manner as in a criminal case.

Case Law: Sulakhan Singh vs Smt. Pal Kaur

Citation: 2011 (2) CCC 495 (P&H)

 

Tags: Fraud