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Why A magistrate must record evidence of the complainant and his witnesses in session triable complaint case?

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA FULL BENCH Crl. M.C. Nos. 974 of 1984 and 17 of 1985 Decided On: 20.03.1987 Moideenkutty Haji Vs Kunhikoya and Ors. Hon’ble Judges/Coram: S. Padmanabhan, K.T. Thomas and K.G. Balakrishnan, JJ. Citations: AIR 1987 Ker 184,MANU/KE/0045/1987 S. Padmanabhan, J….

Whether person concealing material facts can seek assistance of Court?

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Civil Appeal No. 7231 of 2001 (Arising out of SLP (Civil) No. 4247 of 2001) Decided On: 16.10.2001 Kishan Chand Vs. Jagdish Pershad and Ors. Hon’ble Judges/Coram:U.C. Banerjee and K.G. Balakrishnan, JJ. Citation: (2003) 9 SCC 151 1. Leave…

Cruelty and Divorce

Supreme Court of India Bench: D Mohapatra, K Balakrishnan CASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 140 of 2002 PETITIONER:G.V.N. KAMESWARA RAO Vs. RESPONDENT: G. JABILLI DATE OF JUDGMENT: 10/01/2002 BENCH:D.P. Mohapatra & K.G. Balakrishnan JUDGMENT:K.G. Balakrishnan, J. Leave granted. The husband who had been unsuccessfully fighting litigation for…

Acquitted in dowry Death and 498A IPC

ARVIND SINGH Vs. STATE OF BIHAR [2001] RD-SC 247 (26 April 2001) Umesh C. Banerjee & K.G. Balakrishnan BANERJEE,J. The appeal in question tell the tale of a young girl dying out of burn injuries. Whereas the learned Sessions Judge convicted each of the accused…

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