Tekan Alias Tekram v. State of Madhya Pradesh Date of Judgment: 11.02.2016 Bench: Justice M.Y. Iqbal, Arun Mishra This case has come up before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India by way of criminal appeal preferred by the Accused/ appellant against the judgment and order passed
The law is a jealous mistress, and requires a long and constant courtship. It is not to be won by trifling favors, but by lavish homage In 1829, Justice Joseph Story, the titanic American lawyer and jurist, stated, ‘The law is a jealous mistress, and requires a long and constant courtship.
The ban on lawyers to advertise for their services has been subject matter of extensive discussion. The debate has been further spruced up recently with the entire issue of GATS coming into force and the possibility of foreign lawyers setting afoot the Indian soil. Lawyers
Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest, 2002 ( SARFAESI Act, 2002) has been created a new legal frame work, new concepts about security and new procedures for recovery of dues by banks and financial institutions. This Act extends to whole of India including the State of
No one leaves home unless Home is the mouth of a shark You only run for the border When you see the whole city running as well ~ Warsan Shire Donald Trump, 45th President of United States, recently ordered a four month suspension of America’s refugee program which has shaken the
Professionally speaking, a lawyer’s life is as stressed as that of a surgeon’s. The need to save someone requires total dedication and terrific stamina even when the odds are stacked against you. The chances of finding a lawyer or a surgeon who is not exhausted and remains perennially so, are remote
The greatness of nation is judged by the way its animals are treated Mahatma Gandhi In the recent past, the Supreme Court upheld rights of animals and birds to lead a life of ‘’intrinsic worth, honour and dignity”, even at the cost of traditional faith and practices of human beings.
Nowadays, it is well established fact that corporations cannot escape lia-bility for offences on the ground that they have neither body nor soul and cannot possess any mental state. The statutes in India do not make cor-porations criminally liable and even if they do so,
we’s got the whole world in his hand, To do with it, what he does please. His will extends over all our lands, To look at what he made, at ease He made the world out of dust, But we’ve let his vision catch rust.
Coming straight to the nub of the matter, let me begin by first and foremost pointing out that the freedom to speech and expression as envisaged by the founding fathers of the Constitution certainly did not mean that the citizens had the unfettered right to