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Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
State by Lokayuktha Police Versus H. Srinivas

Appeal (Crl.), 775 of 2018, Judgment Date: May 18, 2018

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act Disproportionate Assets

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
ASIAN RESURFACING OF ROAD AGENCY PVT. LTD. & ANR. VERSUS CENTRAL BURUEAU OF INVESTIVATION

Appeal (Crl.), 1375-1376 of 2013, Judgment Date: Mar 28, 2018

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption Forgery And Cheating PC Act Conspiracy

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
MANJU SURANA Versus SUNIL ARORA & ORS

Appeal (Crl.), 457 of 2018, Judgment Date: Mar 27, 2018

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption Forgery And Cheating PC Act

Allahabad High Court (Single Judge)
Radhey Shyam Yadav Vs. State Of U.P.

CRIMINAL MISC. BAIL APPLICATION, 37688 of 2017, Judgment Date: Dec 01, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Bail Corruption PC Act Disproportionate Assets

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
NARESH CHAUBEY Versus CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION THROUGH GYANENDRA PD SINGH

Appeal (Crl.), 1963 of 2017, Judgment Date: Nov 16, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption Forgery And Cheating PC Act

Bombay High Court (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
MR. SACHIN GANPATI DAVANDE Vs THE CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR, MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LIMITED AND ORS

WRIT PETITION, 9204 of 2017, Judgment Date: Nov 13, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Appointment Corruption

Delhi High Court (Single Judge)
JAGDISH TYTLER Vs. CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

CRL.M.C., 1229 of 2016, Judgment Date: Oct 17, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption Forgery And Cheating PC Act

Delhi High Court (Single Judge)
ABHISHEK VERMA THR. PEROKAR/FRIEND AARON SINDHU Vs. C.B.I.

W.P.(CRL), 575 of 2016, Judgment Date: Oct 17, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption Forgery And Cheating PC Act

Delhi High Court (Single Judge)
JAGBIR SINGH Vs. CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

CRL.A., 977 of 2015, Judgment Date: Oct 10, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Gauhati High Court (Single Judge)
SARBANANDA MALI VS THE STATE OF ASSAM

Crl. Pet., 82 of 2017, Judgment Date: Sep 19, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Gauhati High Court (Single Judge)
DEBAJIT BORAH VS THE STATE OF ASSAM AND ANR

Criminal Rev. Pet., 378 of 2015, Judgment Date: Aug 28, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act Quashing Of Complaint/ Orders

Bombay High Court (Single Judge)
DATTATRAYA LAXMAN BAGDI Vs STATE OF MAHARASHTRA

CRIMINAL APPEAL, 576 of 2001, Judgment Date: Aug 28, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
GIRISH SHARMA & ORS. VERSUS THE STATE OF CHHATTISGARH & ORS

Appeal (Crl.), 939-940 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 23, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Bombay High Court (Single Judge)
JAGDISH DHANURDHAR KALBAGE Vs STATE OF MAHARASHTRA

CRIMINAL APPEAL, 263 of 2002, Judgment Date: Aug 18, 2017

Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
Vasant Rao Guhe VERSUS State of Madhya Pradesh

Appeal (Crl.), 1279 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 09, 2017

Trial Court on the two major heads of income i.e. pay and agricultural earnings, the learned Trial Court not only of its own embarked on an inquiry to ascertain and compute the figures, it wholly resorted to inferences in calculating the pay for the periods omitted by the prosecution as well as in fixing 60% expenditure from pay towards household needs. Its assessment of agricultural income of the appellant to say the least is also wholly presumptive in absence of Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Madhya Pradesh High Court (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
Smt. Shobha Jain Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

CRR, 928 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 08, 2017

 It is not in dispute that merely giving help will not make the abetment of offence if the person who gave the help did not know that an offence was being committed or contemplated. The intention should be to help an offence or to facilitate the commission of crime. There is prima facie evidence on record for offence under Section 120-B of IPC of the meeting of minds for acceptance of money between Mahavir Prasad/husband and his wife/petitioner.  In the present Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
State through Central Bureau of Investigation Versus Dr. Anup Kumar Srivastava

Appeal (Crl.), 1336 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 04, 2017

Framing of charge is the first major step in a criminal trial where the court is expected to apply its mind to the entire record and documents placed therewith before the court. Taking cognizance of an offence has been stated to necessitate an application of mind by the court but framing of charge is a major event where the court considers the possibility of discharging the accused of the offence with which he is charged or requiring the accused to face trial. There are different categories Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act

Delhi High Court (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
SHRI D.N. KADIAN Vs. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI AND ORS.

W.P.(C), 1133 of 2010, Judgment Date: Aug 04, 2017

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Tags: Corruption PC Act

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
NEERA YADAV Versus CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATON

Appeal (Crl.), 253 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 02, 2017

A perusal of the above provision makes it clear that if the elements of any of the three sub-clauses are met, the same would be sufficient to constitute an offence of ‘criminal misconduct’ under Section 13(1)(d). Undoubtedly, all the three wings of clause (d) of Section 13(1) are independent, alternative and disjunctive. Thus, under Section 13(1)(d)(i) obtaining any valuable thing or pecuniary advantage by corrupt or illegal means by a public servant in itself would amount to criminal misconduct. On Full Judgment

Tags: Corruption PC Act Punishment

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
RAJIV KUMAR Versus STATE OF U.P. AND ANR.

Appeal (Crl.), 251 of 2017, Judgment Date: Aug 02, 2017

The essential ingredients of the offence of criminal conspiracy are: (i) an agreement between two or more persons; (ii) the agreement must relate to doing or causing to be done either (a) an illegal act; or (b) an act which is not illegal in itself but is done by illegal means. It is, therefore, plain that meeting of minds of two or more persons for doing or causing to be done an illegal act or an act by illegal means Full Judgment

Tags: Conspiracy Corruption PC Act