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Supreme Court Weekly Round-Up

Ashok K.M
26 Jun 2017 5:57 AM GMT
Supreme Court Weekly Round-Up
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Regulatory Commissions, Not Courts To Determine Electricity TariffThe Supreme Court, in Waryam Steel Castings Pvt Ltd vs Punjab State Power Corporation, reiterated its stand that it would not be proper for the court to examine the fixation of electricity tariff rates or its revision, while dismissing appeals preferred by arc furnace industries in Punjab.SC Directs Delhi Metro To Pay Rs. 60...

Regulatory Commissions, Not Courts To Determine Electricity Tariff

The Supreme Court, in Waryam Steel Castings Pvt Ltd vs Punjab State Power Corporation, reiterated its stand that it would not be proper for the court to examine the fixation of electricity tariff rates or its revision, while dismissing appeals preferred by arc furnace industries in Punjab.

SC Directs Delhi Metro To Pay Rs. 60 Crore As Interest To Reliance Infra Unit DAMEPL

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to interfere with the Delhi High Court order directing the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to pay Rs. 60 crore as interim payment to Delhi Airport Metro Express Private Limited (DAMEPL), a Reliance Infrastructure Subsidiary.

Justice CS Karnan’s Bail Plea Rejected

 A two Judge Bench of Supreme Court of India on Wednesday rejected the former Calcutta High Court Judge Justice CS Karnan’s application for bail and suspension of sentence.

SC Directs Listing Of Death-Row Convicts’ Challenge To In Limine Dismissal Of Appeals After The Vacation

The Supreme Court’s Vacation Bench of Justices D.Y.Chandrachud and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, on Thursday directed the listing of writ petitions filed by two death-row convicts, Babu @ Ketan and Sanni, challenging the Supreme Court Rules, which facilitate in limine dismissals of appeals against death sentence by the Supreme Court, before a three-Judge Bench, during the first week after the summer vacation.

Suicide by Lover threatened with Honour killing

Supreme court observed that suicide as an option is not unusual for lovers, threatened with honour crimes from families

Medical Board Constituted To Examine Woman Pleading Abortion Of 25-Week Old Fetus

The Supreme Court on Friday constituted a Medical Board to examine a 33-year old pregnant lady from Kolkata, Ms. Sarmishtha Chakraborty, who has approached the Court with a plea to allow abortion of her 25-week old fetus on the ground that it suffers from abnormalities. The examination will be conducted at the Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (SSKM Hospital), Kolkata.

Patent Battle Over Lung Cancer Drug: SC Disposes Of Cipla’s Appeal Against Roche As Withdrawn

The Supreme Court’s Vacation Bench of Justices R.K.Agrawal and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, on Friday allowed the withdrawal of the Special Leave Petitions against the Delhi High Court’s November 27, 2015 judgment holding that Cipla had infringed Roche’s patent over the lung cancer drug, erlotinib hydrochloride.

SC Endorses HP HC’s Ruling That Complaints Under NI Act Cannot Be Re-Filed After Amendments Without Authorisation

The Supreme Court’s Vacation Bench of Justices Prafulla C. Pant and Deepak Gupta on Tuesday declined to interfere with the decision of the Himachal Pradesh High Court, which held the re-filing of a complaint filed at Delhi’s Saket district court under Section 138 of the NI Act as void, since it did not have its authorisation.

SC Notice To Centre On Plea Challenging Ban On Sale Of Cattle For Slaughter

The Supreme Court on Thursday issued notice to the Centre on a petition challenging its May 25 notification, banning sale and purchase of cows and buffaloes at animal markets for slaughter.
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