154 judgements found. Displaying from 51 to 60.

51. Govt. of NCT of Delhi v. Mahender Singh, (SC) 22.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 133 Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation ad Resettlement Act Section 24 (2) Land Acqui

52. State of Madhya Pradesh v. Jainarayan Chouksey, (SC)(Constitution Bench) 22.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 16 Admission to Medical Colleges - Admission to all medical seats shall be conducted by centralised counselling only by the State Government and none else :

53. Edward Thomas Booth v. Queen, (SC) 22.9.2016.

- Criminal Procedure Code (2 of 1974), Section 428(4) - Parole Act, 2002, Section 91 - Pre-sentence detention - Exclusion from period of sentence - Not restricted to offence for which he was detained - For any of the offen

54. Electricity Department, Rep. By Its Superintending Engineer, Port Blair v. M/s Suryachakra Power Corporation Limited. (SC) 22.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 133 Delay in execution of project - Increase of Interest during construction, financing charges and incidental expenses incurred - Allowed by Appellate Trib

55. Suryachakra Power Corpn. Ltd. v. Electricity Department, Rep. By Its Superintending Engineer, (SC) 22.9.2016.

- Electricity Act, 2003 Section 125 Limitation Act, 1963 Sections 5 and 14 Condonation of delay - Limitation Act is not applicable where per

56. Mohanlal Kojmal Jain v. Rameshwari Prints Pvt. Ltd. (SC) 21.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 133 Appeal - Held, issues regard to limitation as well as res judicata not property considered by High Court - Therefore, judgment set aside and matter rem

57. Abdul Sharif v. State of Haryana (SC) 21.9.2016.

- Indian Penal Code, 1860 Section 304A Vehicular accidents - Death by Negligence - Punishment - As per Attorney General provision is not sufficient for adequate handelling of situation - Court

58. Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association (Ahar) v. State of Maharashtra (SC) 21.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 32 Writ Petition - Persons, already granted licenses are allowed to continue under the old terms and conditions.

59. Kamlesh @ Ghanti v. State of M.P., (SC) 21.9.2016.

- A. Indian Penal Code, 1860 Sections 376A , 302 , 201 , 363 and 366A DNA report re

60. M/s. Novo Nordisk Pharma India Ltd. v. Commissioner of Income Tax (SC) 21.9.2016.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 133 Appeal - Assessee was not heard when the impugned judgement was delivered - Even the review petition filed by appellant was rejected - Impugned judgemen