UCO Bank & Anr. V. Dipak Debbarma & Ors.

This judgement delivered on November 25, 2016, deals with the dominance of Union Legislation over the State Legislation in accordance with the two preconditions being satisfied. The ratio laid down by comparing Article 246 and Article 31B of the Indian Constitution suggests that if the state legislation encroaches the parliamentary legislation then it can be […]

Mukkarab, ETC. V/s. State of Uttar Pradesh

The judgment delivered by the Honourable Supreme Court of India deals with the question of acceptance of medical report vis-a-vis the main purpose behind the legislation of Juvenile Justice Act. It is noteworthy how the Supreme Court has given importance to the purpose of the legislation as against the dictionary meaning of the words used in it. […]

Ramesh & others v. state of Haryana

The Supreme Court in the present judgement decides the admissibility of the Dying Declaration made by the deceased in the present facts and circumstances of the case. The Supreme Court also elaborates on the reasons which lead the witness to turn hostile. ` Ramesh & others v. State of Haryana Criminal appeal nos. 2526 of 2014 […]

K V Prabhu v. State of Karnataka

This judgement lays down the true interpretation to the word ‘cruelty’ mentioned under section 498A and explains the two limbs of the said section. Along with it, the judgement also lays down that the prosecution should explain beyond doubt that the ingredients of section 306 are satisfied. K.V. Prabhu v/s. State of Karnataka Criminal Appeal […]