Dying Declaration – Section-32(1) of Indian Evidence Act

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to identify the principle of “Leterm Mortem” which means “words said before death” & in a legal term it is called Dying Declaration. The word “Dying Declaration” itself tells the meaning But this project highlights those questions, which have a great value in legal field relating to dying … Continue reading Dying Declaration – Section-32(1) of Indian Evidence Act

Calcutta HC ‘Hopes’ That Parliament Will Introduce Minimum Educational Criteria For Contesting Elections

Voters do not want cheer brigades or persons who stall proceedings in Parliament or in the Assembly due to the lack of education and vision, the bench said. The Calcutta High Court has expressed the ‘hope’ that parliamentarians would consider amending the Representation of People Act to ensure that individuals contesting elections to state Assemblies … Continue reading Calcutta HC ‘Hopes’ That Parliament Will Introduce Minimum Educational Criteria For Contesting Elections

67 years of The Supreme Court of India

67 years ago, on day of January 26, the Supreme Court of India started functioning from the Chamber of Princes in the Parliament House, the seat of the erstwhile Federal Court. Inaugurated two days after India’s Constitution was adopted and the nation became a sovereign, democratic republic, the Supreme Court shifted to its present building … Continue reading 67 years of The Supreme Court of India

Maintenance; Amit Kumar Vs. Navjot Dubey [Punjab & Haryana High Court, 12-12-2016]

​Wife is entitled to enjoy the same amenities of life as she would have been had she been staying in the matrimonial home. IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH CORAM: HON’BLE MRS JUSTICE REKHA MITTAL Decided on: 12.12.2016 CR No.6198 of 2013 Amit Kumar ….Petitioner  Versus  Navjot Dubey ….Respondent Present : … Continue reading Maintenance; Amit Kumar Vs. Navjot Dubey [Punjab & Haryana High Court, 12-12-2016]