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Notifications & Circulars issued by RBI are of statutory nature: BHC

The Bombay High Court recently held that notifications and circulars issued by the Reserve Bank of India are of statutory nature and therefore binding on all concerned parties. The Court said that the banking companies cannot act as per their … Continue reading

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Confessional statements in one case are not an admissible evidence through the statements of the persons to whom the confessions were made in another case: SC

The Supreme Court of India ruled that the confessional statements made by the accused in a case related to all the bomb blasts in Mumbai since 2005 (case 1) is not an admissible evidence through the statements of the persons … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of India clarifies its earlier decision & states principles relating to admissions to MBBS & BDS

The Supreme Court of India clarifies its earlier decision and states the principles relating to admissions to the medical courses (MBBS and BDS) so as to ensure elimination of colourable abuse and arbitrary exercise of power in the process of … Continue reading

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