[Case-brief] RAJENDRA KUMAR VERMA V/s. STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH

The subject of government contracts has accepted extraordinary significance in the today’s time. Today the state is a supplier of wealth. In the cutting edge period of a welfare state, government’s monetary exercises are extending and the government is increasingly assuming the role of the dispenser of a large number of benefits. This raises the […]

Sister Mina Lalita Baruwa v/s. State of Orissa

The Honourable Supreme Court in the instant judgement deals with the function of the criminal court by going on mentioning that “The law should not be seen to sit by limply, while those who defy it go free, and those who seek protection lose hope.” Sister Mina Lalita Baruwa v. the state of Orissa Criminal […]

Standard Chartered Bank and Ors, etc. Vs. Directorate of Enforcement and Ors, etc.

The Supreme Court deals with the question that whether a company can be prosecuted for offences for which the sentence of imprisonment is a mandatory punishment. Along with this, the Court also goes on further to deal with the concept of ‘Judicial heroism’. Standard Chartered Bank and Ors. etc. Vs. Directorate of Enforcement and Ors. etc. […]