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.

Case Analysis: Secretary Ministry of Defence v Babita Puniya & Ors (2020)

In one of the Landmark Judgements of the Supreme Court namely The Secretary, Ministry of Defence v. Babita Puniya & Ors.[1] provided equal opportunity to women in Army post and equal treatment with men counterparts commenting on the stereotype mentally and blanket ban restrictions on army women services. Indian Constitution enumerated provisions for women upliftment to bring gender……...

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Case Analysis on Re: The Berubari Union, AIR 1960 SC 845

The case of Berubari Union was the Presidential Reference Under Article 143(1) of the Constitution of India, C.J. Justice Gajendragadkar delivered the unanimous opinion of the Court on the enforcement of the Indo-Pak agreement relating to the Berubari union and the exchange of enclaves submitted for consideration by a Bench consisting of eight judges headed by B.P.Sinha. This……...

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Case Comment: Baglekar Akash Kumar v. Google LLC and Another (2021)

The pandemic of 2020 posed a crisis for some and an opportunity to develop and upgrade for many. Google LLC belonged to the latter category. The virtual platforms gained the commanding position for communication. Video conferencing became more popular and was widely used by people. Thus, Google came up with an innovative design wherein it integrated Gmail with……...

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Landmark Judgments by the High Court of Kerala

The article discusses a few of the Landmark Judgments by the High Court of Kerala. Jaison V. George v. State of Kerala (2019)[1] Facts:  The petitioner was accused of commission of an offence under section Sec 20.b(ii)B of the NDPS act. He contents to be a child in conflict with the law. He moved an application before the……...

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Case Analysis: Anuradha Bhasin v Union of India (2020)

The Case Analysis of Anuradha Bhasin v Union of India has enumerated the role of the internet in a person’s life and government rights in case of internet curtailment. This case is extremely significant as the Court has held that the freedom of speech and expression and the freedom to practice any profession or carry on any trade,……...

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Case Summary: Vishaka & Ors. v State of Rajasthan & Ors (1997)

Introduction Vishaka & Ors. v State of Rajasthan is a milestone judgement given by the honourable Supreme Court of India that deals with aspects of sexual harassment of women in the workplace. The supreme court formulated the very famous Vishaka guidelines and made it mandatory for both private and public sectors to establish mechanisms to redress sexual harassment……...

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Case Analysis: I.C Golaknath v State of Punjab (1971)

Introduction The case of Golaknath v State of Punjab is one of the landmark cases in Indian legitimate history. The judgment of this case came at an urgent time. It came when the majority rules system was experiencing the beginning of what later turned into the “most obscure decade” of India. The judgement overruled the Majority Judgement of……...

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Case Analysis: Sunil Batra v Delhi Administration (1978)

Introduction The case of Sunil Batra v Delhi Administration is one of the Landmark Judgement in relation to Prisoners’ rights in India. India has witnessed prisoner’s brutality during colonial times. But after Independence prisoners were given rights through Constitution and other legislation. The Court in this case while upholding the rights of prisoners under different articles under Part……...

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Case Analysis: Bandhua Mukti Morcha v Union of India & Ors. (1984)

Introduction The case of Bandhua Mukti Morcha v Union of India & Ors., is a historic judgement in the field of bonded labour in India. In 1976, Bonded Labour (Abolition) Act was passed. The unembellished requirement of Article 21 is that the bonded labourers must be identified and released and suitably rehabilitated. The Act has been enacted pursuant……...

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Case Analysis: TMA Pai Foundation v State Of Karnataka (2003)

Introduction The Case of TMA Pai Foundation was a landmark 11-judge order which laid down the contours of governmental regulations on private institutions and still occupies the education field in so far as the constitutionality of statutes and regulations is concerned. Out of the many provided fundamental rights under Part III of the Constitution, it also specifically provides……...

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