Case Analysis

The Union of India v. Mangaldas N. Varma

After reading this case analysis, you will learn about a very different approach adopted by the High Court when arbitration was just beginning to gain popularity. This is a must-read case for those interested in the subject.

Teamco Pvt. Ltd. v. T.M.S. Mani

After reading this Calcutta High Court judgement, the readers will learn how the Court held that an arbitration agreement must be construed in the light of surrounding circumstances and intention of the parties.

T. Devadasan v. The Union of India & Anr.

After reading this judgement, you will learn that the Apex Court considered Article 14(6) in relation to the “carry forward rule” during appointment of backward persons in government services.

Sushil Kumar Sharma v. Union of India & Ors

In this case, the two-judge bench of the Supreme Court was to decide upon the constitutional validity of Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code in view of the misuse of the provision. Read the analysis to find out the bench’s judgement.

Suresh Kumar Kousahl & Anr. v. Naz Foundation & Ors.

Read this judgement to find out the Supreme Court’s stance on Section 377 in the year 2013 and how the same was in stark contrast to its recent judgement in the Navtej Singh Johar case.

Suresh Chand v. Gulam Chisti

Read this case analysis to learn how the Supreme Court of India interpreted an impugned Section by determining the Legislature’s intention and object behind formulating the concerned provision.

Surat Citizens Council Trust v. State of Gujarat

As we know environmental protection is a burning issue. A Writ Petition to prevent the harmful effects of immersion of idols in Tapi River helped to preserve the river water. Directions were issued by the Municipal Corporation and the solution of artificial ponds was sought to be implemented.

Suraj Lamp Industries v. State of Haryana & Anr

After reading this judgement you will learn what the Apex Court has held as good law in relation to transfers via Sale Agreement, General Power of Attorney and Will.