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Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
LOK PRAHARI THR.ITS GNRL.SECY,S.N.SHUKLA Vs. STATE OF U.P.AND ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 11004 of 2016, Judgment Date: Nov 21, 2016

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Tags: Constitutional Validity Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Constitution Bench- Five Judge)
NABAM REBIA AND ETC. ETC. Vs. DEPUTY SPEAKER AND ORS.- Power of Governor

Appeal (Civil), 6203-6204 of 2016, Judgment Date: Jul 13, 2016

137. As is evident from our constitutional history, there are three areas in which a Governor might function: Areas in which he can act only on the aid and advice of the Council of Ministers. This is in all areas of the executive functions of the State Government [Article 166]. Areas in which he can act in his discretion by or under the Constitution and in which he Full Judgment

Tags: Constitutional Validity Power Of Governor, Legislative And Executive

Allahabad High Court (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
C/M Abhay Nandan Inter College And Anr. Vs State Of U.P. And 3 Others

SPECIAL APPEAL, 638 of 2015, Judgment Date: Sep 10, 2015

Full Judgment

Tags: Constitutional Validity

Madhya Pradesh High Court (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
Pooja Dwivedi Vs M.P. Public Service Commissioner Indor

WRIT PETITION, 7084 of 2015, Judgment Date: Jun 26, 2015

Full Judgment

Tags: Education Constitutional Validity

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
WIPRO LTD. Vs. ASST. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 9766-9775 of 2003, Judgment Date: Apr 16, 2015

2) The subject matter of those writ petitions/writ appeals was the constitutional validity of proviso (II-i) of Rule 9(2) of the Customs Valuation (Determination of Price of Imported Goods) Rules, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as the "Valuation Rules"). 36) We are, therefore, of the opinion that impugned amendment, namely, proviso Full Judgment

Tags: Constitutional Validity Ultra Virus

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
SHREYA SINGHAL VERSUS UNION OF INDIA

Writ Petition (Crl.), 167 of 2012, Judgment Date: Mar 24, 2015

This batch of writ petitions filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India raises very important and far-reaching questions relatable primarily to the fundamental right of free speech and expression guaranteed by Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India. The immediate cause for concern in these petitions is Section 66A of the Information Technology Act of 2000. 119. Full Judgment

Tags: Constitutional Validity Interpretation PIL Ultra Virus

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
VIVEK RAI & ANR. Vs. HIGH COURT OF JHARKHAND THR.REG.GEN & OR

Writ Petition (Crl.), WRIT PETITION (CRIMINAL) NO.61 OF 2012 Judgment Date: Feb 04, 2015

This writ petition has been filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India seeking to declare Rule 159 of the High Court of Jharkhand Rules, 2001 as violative of Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution and provisions of Sections 397 and 401 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 ("Cr.P.C.").- It Full Judgment

Tags: Arbitration Constitutional Validity Cruelty Practice And Procedure