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Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
M/S PALAM GAS SERVICE Vs. COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX

Appeal (Civil), 5512 of 2017, Judgment Date: May 03, 2017

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
SRI GANESH Vs. STATE OF TAMIL NADU AND ANR.

Appeal (Crl.), 39 of 2017, Judgment Date: Jan 06, 2017

“Age determination inquiry” contemplated under Section 7-A of the Act read with Rule 12 of the 2007 Rules enables the court to seek evidence and in that process, the court can obtain the matriculation or equivalent certificates, if available. Only in the absence of any matriculation or equivalent certificates, the court needs to obtain the date of birth certificate from the Full Judgment

Tags: Interpretation Rape Sexual Offences

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
AJAY SINGH AND ANR AND ETC. Vs. STATE OF CHHATTISGARH AND ANR

Appeal (Crl.), 32-33 of 2017, Judgment Date: Jan 06, 2017

Performance of judicial duty in the manner prescribed by law is fundamental to the concept of rule of law in a democratic State. It has been quite often said and, rightly so, that the judiciary is the protector and preserver of rule of law. Effective functioning of the said sacrosanct duty has been entrusted to the judiciary and that entrustment expects the courts to conduct Full Judgment

Tags: Acquittal Dowry Death Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
THE STATE OF TELANGANA Vs. HABIB ABDULLAH JEELANI & ORS.

Appeal (Crl.), 1144 of 2016, Judgment Date: Jan 06, 2017

The seminal issue that arises for consideration in this appeal, by special leave, is whether the High Court while refusing to exercise inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) to interfere in an application for quashment of the investigation, can restrain the investigating agency not to arrest the accused persons during the course of investigation. There Full Judgment

Tags: Interpretation Quashing Of Criminal Proceedings

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
GOPAL AND SONS (HUF) Vs. CIT KOLKATA-XI

Appeal (Civil), 12274 of 2016, Judgment Date: Jan 04, 2017

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Tags: Interpretation Income Tax

Supreme Court of India (Constitution Bench- Seven Judge)
ABHIRAM SINGH Vs. C.D. COMMACHEN (DEAD) BY LRS.& ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 37 of 1992, Judgment Date: Jan 02, 2017

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Constitution Bench- Seven Judge)
KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH & ANR Vs. STATE OF BIHAR & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 5875 of 1994, Judgment Date: Jan 02, 2017

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
STATE BANK OF INDIA Vs. SANTOSH GUPTA AND ANR. ETC.

Appeal (Civil), 12237-12238 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 16, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation Debt

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
VIVEK NARAYAN SHARMA Vs. UNION OF INDIA

Writ Petition (Civil), 906 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 16, 2016

Whether the notification dated 8th November 2016 is ultra vires Section 26(2) and Sections 7,17,23,24,29 and 42 of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934; Does the notification contravene the provisions of Article 300(A) of the Constitution; Assuming that the notification has been validly issued under the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 whether it is ultra vires Articles 14 and 19 of the Constitution; Whether the limit on withdrawal of Full Judgment

Tags: Interpretation Ultra Virus

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
C.I.T & ANR Vs. M/S YOKOGAWA INDIA LTD.

Appeal (Civil), 8498 of 2013, Judgment Date: Dec 16, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation Income Tax

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
MOHAMMED ZUBAIR CORPORAL NO.781467-G Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 8643 of 2009, Judgment Date: Dec 15, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
JUSTICE (RETD.) MARKANDEY KATJU Vs. THE LOK SABHA & ANR.

Writ Petition (Civil), 504 of 2015, Judgment Date: Dec 15, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
THE STATE OF TAMIL NADU REP. BY SEC.&ORS Vs. K. BALU & ANR.

Appeal (Civil), 12164-12166 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 15, 2016

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Tags: Condonation Of Delay Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ON D.H. RIGHTS & ORS. Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 140 of 2006, Judgment Date: Dec 15, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
J.ASHOKA Vs. UNIV.OF AGR.SC.& ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 12182 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 15, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation Appointment Reservation

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
KARMA DORJEE & ORS Vs. U.O.I & ORS

Writ Petition (Civil), 103 of 2014, Judgment Date: Dec 14, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation PIL

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
HDFC SECURITIES LTD.& ORS. Vs. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA & ANR

Appeal (Crl.), 1213 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 09, 2016

However, it appears to us that this order under Section 156(3) of Cr.P.C. requiring investigation by the police, cannot be said to have caused an injury of irreparable nature which, at this stage, requires quashing of the investigation. We must keep in our mind that the stage of cognizance would arise only after the investigation report is filed before the Magistrate. Full Judgment

Tags: Interpretation Quashing Of Criminal Proceedings

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
REENA BANERJEE & ANR. Vs. GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 11938 of 2016, Judgment Date: Dec 08, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
STATE OF U.P. AND ORS Vs. SUBHASH CHANDRA JAISWAL AND ORS

Appeal (Civil), 11381 of 2016, Judgment Date: Nov 29, 2016

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Tags: Interpretation

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
AMARSANG NATHAJI AS HIMSELF AND AS KARTA AND MANAGER Vs. HARDIK HARSHADBHAI PATEL AND ORS

Appeal (Civil), 11120 of 2016, Judgment Date: Nov 23, 2016

The mere fact that a person has made a contradictory statement in a judicial proceeding is not by itself always sufficient to justify a prosecution under Sections 199 and 200 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860) (hereinafter referred to as “the IPC”); but it must be shown that the defendant has intentionally given a false statement Full Judgment

Tags: Complaint Case Interpretation