Category Archives: Landmark Judgements

“The law is what is read, not what is written.”- Donald Kingsbury

The landmark judgements allow us to understand the correct interpretation of the laws. We at Legal Bites provide you with the latest judgements on various issues to keep you up to date with the latest issues, views and opinions affecting the legal world.

Joshi Abhyankar Case 1976: Facts and Judgement of the Court

This article titled ‘Joshi Abhyankar Case 1976: Facts and Judgement of the Court.’ is written by Antariksh Anant and discusses the case in detail. I. Introduction This article throws light on the story of four ordinary college-going students who went on a mysterious killing spree. Rajendra Jakkal, Munawar Harun Shah, Dilip Sutar and Shantaram Kanhoji Jagtap were pursuing commercial……...

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Bawla Murder Case 1925: An Analysis

This article titled ‘Bawla Murder Case 1925: An Analysis’ is written by Antariksh Anant and discusses the Bawla murder case. I. Introduction In this specific case, the Hindu Maratha Maharaja of Indore was accused of the killing of his Muslim concubine’s alleged lover. The following trial enlightens two significant advancements in British Indian law. To begin with, it uncovered……...

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Case Analysis on KM Nanavati v State of Maharashtra (1962)

This Case Analysis on ‘KM Nanavati v State of Maharashtra’ is written by Antariksh Anant and provides an analysis of the KM Nanavati judgement. Case Analysis on KM Nanavati v State of Maharashtra A milestone case in the criminal history of India, K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra[1] has been a case talked about like since the time now….…...

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Case Analysis of Chacko v Mahadevan (2007)

This case analysis of Chacko v Mahadevan [AIR 2007 SC 2967] is written by Siya Jindal and presents a critical analysis of the said case law. I. Law Points 1. Section 12(b) of the Indian contract act which says:[1] Contract with a drunkard is void. Partial or ordinary drunkenness is not sufficient ground to treat the contract as void….…...

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Case comment on Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain and Anr. (1975)

This case comment on Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain and Anr. (1975 AIR 865, 1975 SCR (3) 333) is written by Md. Tauhid Karim and Navtej Singh. I. Facts of the case Indira Gandhi of the Congress Party ran against Raj Narain of the Janta Party for the seat of Rae Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh during the 1971……...

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Case Comment on Mohori Bibee v Dharmodas Ghose (1903)

This case comment on Mohori Bibee v Dharmodas Ghose (1903 ILR 30 CAL 539 (PC)’ is written by Md. Tauhid Karim and Aman Kumar and analysis the judgement of Mohori Bibee v Dharmodas Ghose. I. Introduction The case of Mohori Bibee v. Dharmodas Ghose is considered as a case of significant importance in the sphere of studying contract……...

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Lalit Kumar Jain v Union of India & Ors: Case Analysis

The Lalit Kumar Jain v Union of India & Ors case turned out to be a landmark judgement that finally put to rest a longstanding legal storm and battle between a consolidation of corporates and the Union Government which began in the month of November in 2019. The Apex Court through its judgement in this case has laid……...

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Shreya Singhal v Union of India: Case Comment

This case comment on “Shreya Singhal v Union of India[1]“ prepared by Eshanee Bhattacharya is one of the landmark cases where the Supreme Court of India laid down emphasis on the freedom of speech and expression[2]. The judgement struck down Section 66-A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 as violative of free speech and expression in a democratic setup….…...

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Bennett Coleman v. Union of India: Case Analysis

The case of Bennett Coleman v. Union of India signifies the incumbent role of the press for mustering the Indian democracy and its vibrant Constitution. The Supreme Court of India in this case held that the freedom of the press is an important facet of the fundamental right of the freedom of speech and expression guaranteed under Article 19(1)(a)……...

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Case Analysis: Shakti Vahini v Union of India

In the case of Shakti Vahini v Union of India, the court laid down guidelines that need to be implemented by the government for the eradication of Honour killing in India. An honour killing is the homicide of a member of a family by other members, due to the perpetrators having the belief that the victim violated the……...

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