Police must register FIR in cognizable offence, says Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday ruled that it’s mandatory for police to register FIR whenever a complainant approaches it to report a cognizable offence.
In a bid to encourage young officers work without fear or favor, the Supreme Court of India has asked the High Courts to ensure that all judicial officers, particularly lady officers are provided adequate shield against a hostile working environment.
In what could be termed as a key verdict aimed to shield the bureaucracy from excessive political interference and unwarranted pressure from external elements, the Supreme Court has asked the government to take all necessary measures in due time.
A US-based NRI doctor has been awarded a record compensation of just under six crores by the Supreme Court of India for a case medical negligence that caused his wife’s death.
Supreme Court:School certificate to be used as age proof. This was Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan and Justice A.K. Sikri remarks regarding the appeal by Ranjeet Goswami, who was challenging the Madhya Pradesh High Court verdict.
The Facts are discussed here: Supreme Court has recently declared two judgments which has been favored by the Bench presided by […]
The Supreme Court of India wants Hate Speeches to be curbed and have sent a Notice to the Central Government. […]