Category Archives: Constitutional Law

It is not the task of the criminal law to punish individuals merely for expressing unpopular views. [Khushboo vs Kanniammal & Another]

Khushboo vs Kanniammal & Another, 2010 5 SCC 600 Before the Supreme Court of India. Decided on: 28 April 2010 Bench: K.G. Balakrishnan, Deepak Verma, B.S. Chauhan Author of the judgement: B.S. Chauhan Advocate for the appellant: Ms. Pinki Anand Advocate for the respondent: Sh. Kanagaraj, Sr. Adv., Sh. S. Gowthaman, Adv. and Sh. B. Balaji, Adv. Brief […]

Article 14 does not envisage equal treatment of unequal. [Ashok Kumar Tripathi vs The Union Of India And Others]

Ashok Kumar Tripathi vs The Union Of India And Others, 2000 (2) MPHT 193 Before Madhya Pradesh High Court Bench: D Dharmadhikari, S Kulshrestha Author of the Judgement: D Dharmadhikari Decided on: 17 December 1999 SR. No Titles Relevant Section/s. 1 Constitution of India Article 243M (b)(4), Article 14 2 Provisions of the Panchayats (Extension to the Scheduled […]

F.A. Picture International vs Central Board Of Film, AIR 2005 Bom 145

F.A. Picture International vs Central Board Of Film, AIR 2005 Bom 145 Before Bombay High Court Decided on: 5th November 2004 Bench: B Dalveer, Chandrachud D.Y. Author of the judgement: Chandrachud D.Y. Sr. NO Title Section 1 Constitution of India Article 226, Article 19(1)(a), Article 19(2) 2 Cinematograph Act, 1952.   Section 5B

Article 316 of the Indian Constitution is directory in nature. [ Jai Shankar Prasad v State of Bihar ]

Jai Shankar Prasad v State of Bihar, 1993 AIR 1906, 1993 SCR (2) 517 Before the Supreme Court of India Decided on: – 19 March 1993 Bench: – PB Sawant, Venkatachala N. Author: – PB Sawant Counsel for the Appellants: – K.N. Chaubey, K. Pandeya and Mohan Pandey Counsel for the respondents: –  Gobinda Mukhoty, […]