“It is a settled law that any error, omission or irregularity in the grant of sanction will not affect any finding, sentence or order passed by a competent court unless in the opinion of the court a failure of justice has been occasioned”.
Because the new National Judicial Appointment Commission is not up and running yet, these new judges will be added based on the collegiums system. According to the official, the work on issuing a notification was already initiated.
Kamini Lau, the Additional Sessions Judge, made clear that the police need to follow the checklist/ guidelines which have been laid down by the Supreme Court against casual arrests in cases under Section 498A of the IPC as also under cases where punishment is for seven years or less.
As per the RTI Act, a fee can only be charged during the filing of the RTI application. The law does not permit any authority to levy fee at the stage of the first appeal within a department or during the second appeal before the Commission.
The matter is to be heard on August 22, 2014. The new plea filed by the auto union asks for permission to advert social messages with political content on their vehicles urging that the guidelines were issued on behest of major political parties.
While passing the judgment, the court also made clear that this was not the case with only a daughter-in-law but also the same holds in case of an adult son or daughter as they too have no right to dwell in the self-acquired property of their parents against their wishes, reported The Times of India.
Even thought hospitals have the constitutional right to issue legitimate bills, they must treat the disputes raised by patients and their family in a more compassionate manner, said the HC division bench comprising Justice P D Kode and V M Kanade.
“In the present case, the temple proposed to be built is meant for a religious community and their interests and the same cannot be allowed to supersede the interests of the public at large…Protection of forests and environment is essentially important in view of increasing emission of greenhouse gases,” read the High Court ruling.
“Complaints under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013 shall be addressed to D S Bhandari, officer on special duty (general administration), high court, in writing,” the notice reads.
The reports also reveal that the number of pending cases in the Delhi High court have drastically declined as the total figure stood at 1,15,512 cases as on March 31, 2012. At the moment, there are a total of 64,652 pending cases in the Delhi High Court and the number is relatively small as compared to the other high courts in the metropolitan cities of the country.