UncategorizedImportant Decisions of Supreme Court

August 9, 20150

        Supreme  Court Decisions 

SC to Government: No Right to Liberty If No Privacy

Supreme Court has raised a question mark on the Government’s stand that right to privacy is not a fundamental right.

Criminal Case Against Samsung India Electronics Dismissed

SC has set aside a criminal case registered against Samsung India Electronics on a complaint alleging cheating and criminal conspiracy by marketing a 29-inch television set with an actual viewer screen of 27.2 inches

SC Asks CBI to Take Over all 185 Cases of Vyapam in Three Weeks

Supreme Court has talked tough for the first time since ordering CBI probe into all 185 Vyapam cases and 40 deaths allegedly related to it, and brushing aside the central agency’s request to allow Madhya Pradesh police to probe 73 cases of cheating in examinations.

SC: Winding Up Proceedings in 3 months in Gujarat Riots Case

Supreme Court has granted an extension of another three months to an Ahmedabad trial court to wind up the proceedings in 2002 Gulberg Society massacre .

SC Upholds Jail Term of Om Prakash Chautala, Son Ajay in Teachers’ Recruitment Scam

Supreme Court has upheld the 10 years’ jail terms of former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay Chautala in the Teachers’ Recruitment Scam case stating that the Delhi High Court verdict was a “reasoned one” and there was no ground to interfere in it.

Bail Granted in BMW Hit-and-Run Case by SC

Supreme Court has granted bail to Vismay Shah, who was recently awarded a five-year jail term by an Ahmedabad Court for running over two persons with his BMW car. The Court took note of the fact that Vismay was young and had already spent more than 13 months in jail.

 SC Clears Justice Markandey Katju Over Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Remarks

Supreme Court has observed that prima facie condemnation of Justice Markandey Katju by Parliament for describing Mahatma Gandhi as a British agent and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as a Japanese agent did not violate his right to free speech and expression or in any way dent his reputation.

by Anand Mishra, Founder Advocate, AMLEGALS

( The author is a leading advocate and handling cases in Tribunals & High Courts of India. He can be contacted on anand@amlegals.com .For more please refer www.amlegals.com .)

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