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Statutes must always be interpreted prospectively. [ The State Of Maharashtra vs Vishnu Ramchandra ]

The State Of Maharashtra vs Vishnu Ramchandra, 1961 AIR 307 Before the Supreme Court of India Decided on: 18 October 1960 Author of the judgement: Hidayatullah M. Bench: Hidayatullah, M. and Shah, J.C. Counsel for the appellant: H. Dhebar. The respondent did not appear. Sr. No. Title Sections 1 Bombay Police Act, (22 of 1951) Section 142 and 57(a) […]

The modern state is expected to engage in all the activities necessary for the promotion of the social and economic welfare of the community: SC [Case Brief]

The modern state is expected to engage in all the activities necessary for the promotion of the social and economic welfare of the community: Supreme Court The federal structure of the largest democracy of the world functions through three organs: Legislative, Executive and Judiciary. The doctrine of separation of powers lays down that all the […]

(DR.) N.B. Khare V/s. State of Delhi

Article 19 (1) (d) guarantees to all citizens of India the right “to move freely throughout the territory of India”. This right is, however, subject to reasonable restrictions mentioned in clause (5) of Article 19. The Supreme Court in the instant case deals with the restriction when it comes to procedure. N.B. Khare (DR.) V/s. […]