Case Analysis

Zee Telefilms & Anr. v. Union of India & Ors.

After BCCI cancelled telecasting rights of Zee Telefilms and the latter filed a writ petition, a question arose regarding maintainability of the petition. On reading this case analysis you will learn that it was held that the petition was not maintainable since BCCI was not covered by Article 12.

Youth Bar Association of India v. Union of India

In this landmark judgement, the Apex Court laid down a set of guidelines when presented with a writ to direct uploading of FIRs online within 24 hours of their registration. Read the analysis to find out more!

Yeswant Deorao Deshmukh v. Walchand Ramchand Kothari

In this case, the main point of focus was the Limitation Act and how a party to the case was prevented from filing a suit by fraud. Allegedly however, as the fraud was not proved, the plea could not be availed.

Vishaka & Ors. v. State of Rajasthan & Ors.

As everyone knows, sexual harassment of women at workplace is not a new issue, in the landmark judgement the Apex Court, in an attempt to protect women from the evil, issued the ‘Vishaka guidelines’.

Vashu Deo v. Bal Kishan

After reading this case, the readers will learn how the Apex Court saw the facts of the case in light of the legislation on the matter. The Court placed heavy reliance on Section 108(q) of the Transfer of Property Act.

V.L.S Finance Ltd. v. Union of India

Read this case analysis to learn how the Supreme Court interpreted the old provision of Companies Act 1956 and how the same stand in relation to the latest Companies Act 2013.

U. Suvetha v. State by Inspector of Police & Anr.

After reading this judgement, the readers will learn how the Supreme Court did not involve girlfriends or concubines of husband under Section 498A and the reasons given by the Court for the same.

Tolaram Relumal & Ors. v. The State of Bombay

The court discusses the rule of construction of penal statutes that: if two possible and reasonable constructions can be put upon a penal provision, the Court must lean towards that construction which exempts the subject from penalty rather than the one which imposes penalty.