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1. Amudha v. State represented by the Inspector of Police (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 482 - Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 306 - Abetment to suicide - Appellant accused of being involved in a dispute relate

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2. C.C.E and S.T. Surat-I v. Arkay Logistics Ltd, (SC) 22.03.2024.


3. Punjab National Bank (International Limited) v. Perfect Day Inc, (SC) 22.3.2024.

- Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, Section 62 .

4. Dr. Jaya Thakur v. Union of India (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Constitution of India, 1950 Article 324 (2) Appointment of Election Commissioners - Supreme Court can not issue directions to legislate - Judgment in Anoop Baranwal records that there was a

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5. Thirumoorthy v. State Represented By The Inspector of Police (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 Section 9 (1) Scope - When a Magistrate not empowered to exercise the power of the Board under the Act is of the opinion that the

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6. M/s ACME Papers Ltd. v. M/s. Chintaman Developers Pvt. Ltd. (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Civil Procedure Code, 1908 Sections 16 , 15 to 20 Jurisdiction - Where suit can be filed - Property in Sehron MP - MOU regarding property

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7. Sabita Paul v. State of West Bengal (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 Section 438 Anticipatory bail - While granting anticipatory bail to the prime accused, the learned District Judge had observed that it was not a fit case for c

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8. Awungshi Chirmayo v. Government of NCT of Delhi (SC) 22.03.2024.

- A. Constitution of India, Articles 32 and 226 - Investigation by CBI - Circumstances under which the Constitutional Courts would be empowered to issue directions for CBI enquiry to be made - Powers of Supreme Court for d

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9. Ram Murti Sharma v. State of Uttar Pradesh (SC) 22.03.2024.

- Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 439 (2) - Cancellation of bail - Respondent involved in heinous crime where murder of the son of the complainant - Respondent not named in the FIR - Durin

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10. Siba Shankar Das @ Pintu v. State of Odisha (SC) 22.03.2024.

- Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 439 - Conditions of bail - Condition breaching fundamental right - Can not be imposed - Condition that "The appellant shall not create any untoward situa

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