107 judgements found. Displaying from 1 to 10.

1. National Lawyers' Campaign for Judicial Transparency And Reforms v. Hon'ble Shri Justice J.S. Khehar (SC) 30.12.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950, Article 32 - Writ petition seeking to challenge the appointment of Hon'ble Justice J. S. Kehar as next Chief Justice of India dismissed :-

2. National Lawyers' Campaign for Judicial Transparency and Reforms Rep. by its Himansu Luthra v. Union of India (SC) 23.12.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950, Articles 124 and 32 - Appointment of Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India - Notification appointing the Chief Justice of India has already been issued - Prayer to issue direction to conside

3. Delhi Development Authority v. Lajinder Singh, (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation ad Resettlement Act Section 24 (2) Land Acquisition - Issue covered against appellant by judgments in Civil Appea

4. Sarvani v. Municipal Board, Navalgarh (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Labour matters.

5. C.I.T. v. M/s Yokogawa India Ltd. (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Income Tax Act, 1961, Section 10A - Finance Act, 2000 (Amendment effective from 1.4.2001.) - Deduction of profits and gains derived by an eligible unit from the total income of the assessee -

6. Vivek Narayan Sharma v. Union of India (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, Section 26(2) and Sections 7,17,23,24,29 and 42 - Banking Regulation Act, 1949.

7. Lalita Ramesh Lase v. Jairaj Kantilal Sonawala (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Constitution of India, Article 136 - Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Land Act, 1948.

8. Common Cause v. Union of India (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 32 Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946, Section 4C - Curtailment of tenure - Sustainability of - Counter affidavit on behalf of Government of Indi

9. Delhi Development Authority v. Ajay Singh (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation ad Resettlement Act Section 24 (2) Acquisition proceedings - Lapse of - Appellant given period of one year to ex

10. Sarvani v. Municipal Board, Navalgarh (SC) 16.12.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 133 Civil appeal - Service benefits after death of husband - Husband of Appellant/wife died while in service thus, interest of justice would be met if one