A trial Judge should remember that he has immense responsibility as he has a lawful duty to record the evidence in the prescribed manner keeping in mind the command postulated in Section 309 of the CrPC and pronounce the judgment as provided under the Code.
Evidence – Identification for the first time in court is not going to ruin its reliability in the background of the fact that the evidence before the court happens to be the substantive evidence which guides the ultimate fate of the trial. Advocates Act, 1961 – Advocates, who are to be identified in terms […]
Service Law – Evidence – Departmental Proceeding – Procedural Infirmity – Violation of Principles of Natural Justice in conducting of the enquiry – Discussed.
Service Law – Distance Education – Lab. Technician (MLT) – terms and conditions of the appointment would depend upon the conditions set […]
ContentsProfessional ExaminationChelameswar, J.The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board Act, 2007Section 3. Incorporation of the BoardKu. Pratibha Singh (Minor) v. The State of Madhya Pradesh & Others, 2014 (III) MPJR 178THE PROCESSThe Bihar School Examination Board v. Subhas Chandra Sinha & Others, (1970) 1 SCC 648DISCUSSIONSRai Sahib Ram Jawaya Kapur & Others v. The State of […]
In the case of Mohinder Singh Gill v. Chief Election Commissioner, (1978) 1 SCC 405 Apex Court held as under: “3. The moral may be stated with telling terseness in the words of William Pitt: ‘Where laws end, tyranny begins’. Embracing both these mandates and emphasizing their combined effect is the elemental law and politics […]
Discipline; T.O. Aleyas Vs. Institute of Chartered Accounts of India [Kerala High Court, 21-05-2012]
ContentsSections 21A and 21B of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949Institute of Chartered Accountants of India V. L.K. Ratna & others, (1986) 4 SCC 537Union of India & others V. E.G. Nambudiri, (1991) 3 SCC 38State of Bihar & another V. P.P. Sharma, IAS & another 1992 Supp (1) SCC 222,State Bank of Patiala & others […]