Atchutuni Saibaba And Ors. vs State

Excerpt: The learned Counsel also would submit that except the vague evidence of P.W. 7, there is no other evidence relating to the demand of money and even otherwise, this demand of money had been only for the purpose of having some more accommodation and nothing more and nothing beyond, and it may not amount … Continue reading Atchutuni Saibaba And Ors. vs State

Baldev Raj vs Chander Prakash And Ors.

Delhi High Court Baldev Raj vs Chander Prakash And Ors. on 2 July, 2007 Equivalent citations: 142 (2007) DLT 259, II (2007) DMC 289 Author: B D Ahmed Bench: B D Ahmed JUDGMENT Badar Durrez Ahmed, J. 1. This criminal revision petition has been filed by Mr Baldev Raj against an order of acquittal passed … Continue reading Baldev Raj vs Chander Prakash And Ors.

cause of suicide need not be cruelty

Excerpt:Causes of suicide is a matter of study for the psychologists. Experience shows that the people who suffer severe and great miseries and sorrows do not end their lives, but people, who are required to undergo comparatively minor sufferings do, at times, commit suicide. The level of tolerance of various persons differs and further, the … Continue reading cause of suicide need not be cruelty

Prem Dass And Anr. vs State Of H.P

Exceprt:Recording of the FIR on 10-6-1987, whereas the occurrence took place on 6-6-1987 and that too when the police called P. W. 1 to the police station where P. W. 1 was alleged to have made the statement Ex. PA on 10-6-1987. No explanation for this delay has been made. This aspect of the matter … Continue reading Prem Dass And Anr. vs State Of H.P

Satvir Singh And Ors vs State Of Punjab And Anr

Excerpt: Supreme Court of India Satvir Singh And Ors vs State Of Punjab And Anr on 27 September, 2001 Author: Thomas Bench: K.T. Thomas, S.N. Variava CASE NO.: Appeal (crl.) 1319 of 1998 Appeal (crl.) 123 of 1999 PETITIONER: SATVIR SINGH AND ORS. Vs. RESPONDENT: STATE OF PUNJAB AND ANR. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 27/09/2001 BENCH: … Continue reading Satvir Singh And Ors vs State Of Punjab And Anr