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Magistrate not to examine merits of case while taking cognizance: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently reiterated that while taking cognizance of an offence based upon a police report, it is not necessary for the Magistrate to examine the merits and demerits of the case and whether the materials collected … Continue reading

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English Court’s interlocutory order maintainable: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently ruled that the execution of an order of an English Court related to a dismissal of challenge to its jurisdiction is ‘maintainable’ in Indian courts. Dismissing a number of arguments from the appellant, the … 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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