Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (MSME Act) Vs. The Sanctity of A Contract (Arbitration Agreement)

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (MSME Act)   Vs.  The Sanctity of A Contract (Arbitration Agreement)
    In a Civil Petition filed by Mr. Navkiran Singh, Advocate and Mr. Navratan Singh, Advocate, CWP 15528/2016 for quashing of the order of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Facilitation Council Of Haryana dated 06.07.2016 Justice R.S. Malik passed order dated 03.08.2016:-   “Learned counsel for the petitioner places reliance on the Arbitration clause 10...
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COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT EXTENDS TO EVEN THE CHILD ADOPTED BY THE SPOUSE AFTER THE DEATH OF THE EMPLOYEE

COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT EXTENDS TO EVEN THE CHILD ADOPTED BY THE SPOUSE AFTER THE DEATH OF THE EMPLOYEE
  Facts of the case:  - The petitioner is a widow of her husband Late Gurcharan Singh, retired who from BSF and her minor son Karanvir Singh along with three other persons were killed by the CRPF on account of their mistaken identity. Civil Administration as well as the then Governor of Punjab assured the petitioner at the time of cremation of her husband and son that the Government would ...
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CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUGS ABUSE IN PUNJAB

Mr. Navkiran Singh, Advocate and General-Secretary of self-funded NGO Lawyers for Human Rights International (LFHRI) has been spearheading a campaign against drugs abuse in the state of Punjab. September 7, 2016 On September 7, 2016 in a Public Interest Litigation which is pending in Hon’ble High Court of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh (CWP- 20359/2013), an order was passed by Division Bench...
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Bail (Suspension of Sentence) During Pendency of Appeal – Punjab And Haryana High Court

Bail (Suspension of Sentence) During Pendency of Appeal – Punjab And Haryana High Court
  In a recent judgment dated May 10, 2016 in a case filed by Singh Lawyers titled as Jugla Ram v. State of Haryana (CRM No. 8023 of 2016). The applicant-appellant was convicted under Section 15 of the NDPS Act, 1985, and was sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment of ten years and to pay a fine of Rs. 1,00,000/-, in default thereof, to further undergo rigorous imprisonment for one y...
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HIGH COURT TRANSFERS INVESTIGATION FROM POLICE TO CBI

HIGH COURT TRANSFERS INVESTIGATION FROM POLICE TO CBI In a recent case argued by Singh Lawyers titled as Neetu Kapoor v. State of Punjab, Justice Kuldip Singh of Punjab and Haryana High Court via order dated 31.05.2016 transferred the investigation of the case to CBI. Manoj Kapoor, brother of the Petitioner was working as contractor of SIS Company Banking, which used to load cash in the ATM m...
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TRANSFER OF CRIMINAL CASE: POWER OF THE HIGH COURT

TRANSFER OF CRIMINAL CASE: POWER OF THE HIGH COURT
  The purpose of the criminal trial is to dispense fair and impartial justice uninfluenced by extraneous considerations. When it is shown that public confidence in the fairness of a trial would be seriously undermined, any party can seek the transfer of a criminal case within the State by the High Court under Section 407 Cr.P.C.and anywhere in the country under Section 406 Cr.PC by...
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LEADING DEFENCE EVIDENCE AT THE STAGE OF FRAMING OF CHARGES

LEADING DEFENCE EVIDENCE AT THE STAGE OF FRAMING OF CHARGES
Whether the Court can look into the defence material or whether the record can be summoned at the instance of the defence at the stage of framing of charge? Singh Lawyers for the Complainant Facts: An FIR was registered on the statement made by the victim of a rape case. Police had filed the challan. During the trial an application was filed by the accused  seeking to summon the attendance reg...
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Mandatory Bail u/s 167 Cr.P.C. Punjab & Haryana High Court

Mandatory Bail u/s 167 Cr.P.C. Punjab & Haryana High Court
WHETHER MAXIMUM TERM OF IMPRISONMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED OR MINIMUM? Singh Lawyers for the Respondent in the Punjab and Haryana High Court Facts: A revision was filed against the order dated 21.07.2015 passed by Additional Sessions Judge, Bathinda who had set aside the order of the Magistrate in which bail was given to the accused under Section 167(2) Cr.P.C. A complaint was lodged by  the ...
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Sikh’s Can’t be Restrained From Carrying Kirpan in Court

Sikh’s Can’t be Restrained From Carrying Kirpan in Court
The petitioner was a prosecution witness in a case, the trial of which is being conducted before the learned Sessions Judge, Ambala. On 18.04.2015, the petitioner went to the Court to give his statement as prosecution witness. He being an Amritdhari Sikh was wearing a Kirpan on his person. Ld. Sessions Judge, Ambala objected to the same and directed him to remove the Kirpan, in case he wanted to...
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Himank Parikh – Petitioner

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH CRM-M-42311-2015 Date of Decision: December 18, 2015 Himank Parikh                       .....                                 Petitioner                                                Versus State of Haryana                   .....                             Respondent CORAM: HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE NARESH KUMAR SANGHI Present:    Mr. Navk...
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