Rajasthan High Court Gurcharan Singh vs State Of Rajasthan on 24 August, 2001 Equivalent citations: 2001 (3) WLC 575, 2002 (1) WLN 338 Author: A Lakshmanan Bench: A Lakshmanan, B Prasad JUDGMENT AR. Lakshmanan, C.J. 1. In view of the conflicting judgment of this Court in Bhimsen v. State of Rajasthan reported in 1991 RCC 421 and … Continue reading

498a/304b discharge on suspicion vs grave suspicion…

Delhi High Court Sarbans Singh And Ors. vs State Of Nct Of Delhi on 18 January, 2005 Equivalent citations: 2005 CriLJ 2625, 116 (2005) DLT 698, I (2005) DMC 305, 2005 (79) DRJ 542 Author: M Goel Bench: M Goel JUDGMENT Manju Goel, J. 1. The petitioners have been charged for offences under Sections 498A/304B of the … Continue reading 498a/304b discharge on suspicion vs grave suspicion…

Divorce granted on grounds of desertion…

Excerpt:as per the observations made by the learned court below she had stated in the open court that she is not ready to go back to her marital house and not ready to live with her husband and she had also refused or rejected the date of bidai , therefore, even along with this evidence, … Continue reading Divorce granted on grounds of desertion…

doctrine of immunity

EXCERPT:  it is time that the Legislatures in India seriously consider whether they should not pass legislative enactments to regulate and control their claim of immunity in cases like this on the same lines as has been done in England by the Crown Proceedings Act, 1947. It will be recalled that this doctrine of immunity … Continue reading doctrine of immunity

Divorce granted on false 498a

Excerpt: When a complaint is filed, necessarily the accused will be in a disadvantageous position and he will have to suffer the trauma and consequences of defending the complaint. If such a complaint is found to be false, definitely it gives the accused a right even to proceed against the complainant for malicious prosecution. Kerala … Continue reading Divorce granted on false 498a