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Since regulation of admissions being totally different from regulation of fee, it would be appropriate to have two separate committees for fees and admission --2017 (5) KHC 919 view details...
EPF Establishment covered under the Act and subsequently getting partitioned When each of sharers allotted separate parcels of land, its functional integrity would cease --2017 (5) KHC 892 view details...
Article reproduced in College magazine Offence alleged under Section 153A(1)(a) Held, not maintainable when original author of the article is not arrayed as an accused --2017 (5) KHC 882 view details...
Medical Education Control of Admission Act - There cannot be any provisional fixation of fee --2017 (5) KHC 919 view details...
NI Act S.138 Conviction under Petitioner undergoing substantive sentence Case subsequently settled in Lok Adalath In such a case, award of the Lok Adalath would wipe off the conviction and sentence --2017 (5) KHC 962 view details...
Freedom Fighters Pension What is paramount is the genuineness of claim and not nature of evidence --2017 (5) KHC 884 view details...
Ministers giving letter to Chief Minister stating that their party had decided to abstain from the meeting of Cabinet Not a reason to issue writ of quo warranto against them --2017 (5) KHC 875 view details...
It is not the chemical compound or mixture of substances contained in explosives alone that should be taken into consideration to determine the weight of the explosives --2017 (5) KHC 869 view details...
An instrument or deed cancelling a registered document "relating to the deposit of title-deeds" falls under Article 15 and not under Article 6 of Stamp Act --2017 (5) KHC 888 view details...
NI Act S.138 Accused suffering sentence of imprisonment Subsequently, matter settled in Lok Adalat Still accused has a right to file appeal against conviction and sentence already suffered --2017 (5) KHC 962 view details...
 
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