Tag Archives: Constitution of India

[Case Brief] Yogesh v/s State of Maharashtra, 2008

Brief Facts and Procedural History: The present case revolves around the concept of the criminal conspiracy alleged against the family member of the appellant, Sachin Joshi, for the murder of the deceased, Kunal.  According to the prosecution case, Kunal had organised an entertainment show in March 1999 after getting the sponsorship from the appellant’s father. […]

R.C. Cooper v Union of India(1970): Nationalisation of banks impaired the right to compensation under Article 31(2) of the Constitution of India and consequently was struck down.

Gaurav Gupta v. State Of U.P. (March 30, 2017)

Gaurav Gupta v. State Of U.P. Thru.Secy.Ministry Home & Ors. Bench: Hon’ble Amreshwar Pratap Sahi,J., Hon’ble Sanjay Harkauli,J. Counsel for Petitioner : – Gaurav Gupta (In-person) Counsel for Respondent: – Learned Chief Standing Counsel Shri Mohd. Mansoor Sr.No Title Sections 1 Indian Penal Code, 1960 Sections 294, 354A, B, C, & D as well as Section […]