Banks cannot impose unilateral and unfair terms on the consumers while operating bank lockers, the honourable Supreme Court ruled while cautioning banks against breaking open lockers without adhering to laws and regulations.
The high court of Kerala held that mere act of gold smuggling, covered under Customs Act, will not amount to a “terrorist act” under the unlawful activities prevention act unless the same is done to threaten the economic security of the country.
A special court at Mumbai which dealt with POCSO Cases, placed reliance on the testimony of the 5 year old victim to reject the bail plea of the accused alleged to have committed aggravated sexual assault.
In connection with the char dham Highway project, the honourable Supreme Court of India on Thursday granted 2 weeks time to the centre to file its response to the report of the court appointed high powered committee, in wake of Uttarakhand floods. Where the centre held no connection between Uttarakhand disaster and char dham highway project.