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1. Vedanta Limited v. State of Tamil Nadu (SC) 29.02.2024.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 226 .

2. Basavaraj v. Indira (SC) 29.02.2024.

- Civil Procedure Code, Order 6 Rule 17 - Limitation Act, 1963.

3. Savitri Bai v. Savitri Bai (SC) 29.02.2024.

- A. Evidence Act, 1872, Section 68 - Indian Succession Act, 1925, Section 63 - Will - Independent evidence adduced to prove the said Will - Scribe of the Will was an A

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4. High Court Bar Association, Allahabad v. State of U.P. (SC)(Constitution Bench) 29.02.2024.

- A. Constitution of India, 1950 Article 142 There cannot be automatic vacation of stay granted by the High Court - Blanket directions cannot be issued in the exercise of the jurisdiction under

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5. Bharti Cellular Limited (Now Bharti Airtel Limited) v. Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax, Circle 57, Kolkata (SC) 28.02.2024.

- Contract Act, 1872 Section 182 Income Tax Act, 1961 Section 194H .

6. Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) v. Wind Four Renergy Private Limited (SC) 27.02.2024.

- Electricity Act, 2003.

7. Brahmaputra Concrete Pipe Industries v. Assam State Electricity Board (SC) 26.02.2024.

- A. Constitution of India, 1950, Articles 129 and 142 - Supreme Court Rules, 2013, Rule 3 of Order 48 - Limitation for filing Curative Petition - Curative jurisdicti

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8. Cdr Seema Chaudhary v. Union of India (SC) 26.02.2024.

- Constitution of India, 1950 Article 142 Navy Act, 1957, Section 9 (2) - Grant of Permanent Commission "PC" to Short Service Commission "SSC" Officers in Indian Navy -

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9. Shailesh Kumar v. State of U.P. (Now State of Uttarakhand) (SC) 26.02.2024.

- A. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 172 (3) - Evidence Act, 1872, Sections 145 and 161 - Case Diary - A case diary is maintained by

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10. K. Balasubramani v. Tamil Nadu Government Represented By The Additional Chief Secretary To Government (SC) 23.02.2024.

- Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959, Section 78 - Landlord and Tenant - Lease and Licence - Post-termination of their original lease/licence period, the tenants stand declared a

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