The Bombay High Court refusing to grant relief to an unemployed man, has ruled that a husband has to work and earn in order to maintain his wife and child and cannot escape from it on the ground that he does not have a job.
The Bombay High Court has held that the manager of a co-operative bank appointed by liquidator is a 'public servant' as defined under the Prevention of Corruption Act and hence, can be prosecuted for taking bribe.
By saying the apex court had already dealt with the matter, the Delhi High Court refused to ban Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches. A division bench of Chief Justice D. Murugesan and Justice Jayant Nath also refused to hear the issue related to monitoring the probe into the IPL spot fixing case.
The Delhi High Court issued notice to the centre, the Safdarjung Hospital and its doctors over a plea seeking a code of conduct and grievance redressal platform for the hospital staff to prevent inconvenience to patients.
The Delhi High Court is likely to pronounce its verdict whether to prosecute Bollywood actor Shyan Munshi and 18 others on charges of perjury for turning hostile during their deposition in model Jessica Lall's murder trial.
For not following its April 16 directive to review the two-year extension given to director of the Nainital-based Aryabhata Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES) Ram Sagar, a contempt notice was served by Uttarakhand High Court on the former ISRO chief, K. Kasturirangan, and Secretary to Government of India (Department of Science and Technology) Thirumalachari Ramasami.
Strict action is taken by police against the arrested players and bookies in the IPL spot-fixing scandal as investigators added Section 409 (criminal breach of trust) to the case against the arrested players after IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals filed a formal complaint with Delhi Police. This could land the tainted players in jail for life. Earlier a case of cheating and criminal conspiracy has been registered against them by the police.