Navkiran Singh and Associates- Lawyers and Consultants is a legal firm that stands out for Truth and Justice. With a panel of well reputed Lawyers, the law firm comes forward to provide legal services in various domains. In the firm we understand that the social and economic dynamics today are such that no one can stay away from legal issues for long. To make it as easy as possible, we have some of the best lawyers in Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi working for us who are able enough to help you in case of any kind of legal issue.
We are among the most well known Matrimonial Disputes Lawyers in Northern India, having our head office at Chandigarh, who have a string of successful cases to testify our expertise. For matrimonial disputes we have established ourselves as one of the most prominent Law Firms in Chandigarh and the neighboring states. Our endeavour is always to counsel you to avoid unwanted litigation, but in case there is no alternative, then we help you fight for your legal rights and provide you quality ensured, honest legal services.
We work in co-ordination with the best Law Firms, throughout the world.
We have special focus of Legal services for our Non Resident Indians (NRI) clientele, who are in search of reliable and un-compromising quality legal services of high order, to help them to sort out any legal issue, without wasting of their precious time by visiting India.
We, at Navkiran Singh and Associates- Lawyers and Consultants vow to be your trusted partner throughout and to show you the right path in the matters of law. Navkiran Singh, the Managing Partner has more than 25 years standing at the Bar has earned a reputation as an eminent Human Rights Lawyer and his family has been dedicated to Legal profession for more than 60 years and this is what has made us listed among the top firms in northern India.
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P- 786 OF 1986 (PUNJAB & HARYANA BAR COUNCIL CHANDIGARH)
BAR ASSOCIATION SUPREME COURT OF INDIA NEW DELHI INDIA.
BAR ASSOCIATION PUNJAB & HARYANA HIGH COURT BAR ASSOCIATION
For offence punishable with sentence exceeding 3 years no period of limitation prescribed - However if complaint is filed after a long period of commission of offence, it would violate right of speedy trial of accused - Complaint be quashed.
Indian Penal Code, 1860, Sections 328 and 498-A - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Sections 320 and 482 - Quashing of F.I.R. - Matrimonial dispute - F.I.R. lodged by wife against husband and in-laws under Sections 328 and 498-A, Indian Penal Code - Matter has been compromised - In the interest of justice, it would be just and proper to quash the F.I.R. for peace and harmony.
Indian Penal Code, Sections 124-A and 153-B - Anti national speeches made by some Political leaders demanding Khalistan - Petitioner responding to provocative speeches and anti national slogans
Indian Penal Code, 1860, Sections 124-A, 153-A, 153-B and 188 - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 482 - Quashing of F.I.R.
FIR not be quashed at investigations stage except where allegations are blatantly malafide, malicious or do not disclose commission of offence.
Custody minor child with grandmother - Mother who is natural guardian can file Habeas Corpus petition to claim custody.
Criminal Procedure Code, Section 55-A - Custodial Death - Compensation - Deceased convict was admitted to jail on 13.2.2004 and expired on 26.2.2004 while in custody - As per report of the Chemical Examiner.
Indian Penal code, Section 307 - Constitution of India, Article 21 - Compensation for fake encounter - Police allegedly killed a terrorist in encounter - After 7 years father of deceased wrote a letter to Supreme Court alleging that it was a fake encounter -
Indian Penal Code, Section 302 - Custodial death - Compensation - Police party kidnaping son of petitioner and did not produce even on direction of High Court in writ of Habeas Corpus - Enquiry by Sessions Judge - Non production indicated elimination of victim
Constitution of India, Article 21 - Custodial death - Compensation - Vicarious liability - Police taking a person in custody - Enquiry by Sessions Judge showed that the person was shot dead in fake encounter - State is
For the Appearing Parties :- Mr. S.P. Gupta, Sr. Advocate with Mr. Navkiran Singh as Amicus Curiae, Mr. Harbhagwan Singh , Advocate General Punjab, Mr. R.K. Handa, Additional Advocate General, Punjab for the State of Punjab.
Contempt of Courts Act, 1971, Section 2(c) - High Court appointing Warrant Officer to make search of CIA building to find out a missing person - Constable did not open the door for one hour - Constable held guilty of contempt of court and convicted -
Indian Penal Code, Section 302 - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 200 - FIR and complaint case - Murder - Occurrence witnessed by wife of deceased and two others - FIR lodged with Police by wife of deceased - Police, however, found the accused innocent -
Accused (husband) demanding Rs. 5 lakhs for sending his sister abroad as she was divorced by her husband - Demand does not fall within definition of dowry.
Recovery of six bags of poppy husk - Accused was sitting on the bags - It is no proof that he was owner or was in conscious possession - Conviction set aside.
Accused already married - Contracting fake marriage with prosecutrix by exchange of garlands in gurdwara - Prosecutrix gave consent to intercourse believing that accused was her husband - Accused guilty of rape. A. Criminal Procedure Code,
A. Punjab Police Rules, 1934, Rules 23.4 and 23.5 - Entering name of a person in surveillance register No. 10 when his case was not covered under the Rules - It is violation of fundamental right of the person enshrined under Articles 19 and 21 of Constitution of India.
A. Criminal Procedure Code, Section 9(c) - Place of holding trial by Court of Session - Order of Govt. under Section 268 Criminal Procedure Code that accused not be removed from central jail from security point of view -
ndian Penal Code, Sections 364 and 302 - Constitution of India, Article 21 - Custodial Death - Compensation - Abduction and murder of an Advocate, his wife and children - C.B.I. made an enquiry and suspected hand of police in the crime - Police
A. Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946, Section 6 - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 482 - Criminal offence - High Court has power to entrust enquiry/investigation to C.B.I. 2001(1) RCR(Crl.) 574 (SC) and 1993(3) RCR(Crl.) 627 (SC) relied.
Delhi Special Establishment Act, 1946, Section 6 - Investigation by C.B.I. - Offence of forgery and cheating - FIR under Sections 467, 471 and 420 lodged - According to local police and Crime Branch no case was made out -
Constitution of India, Sections 226 and 227 - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 156 - Investigation by C.B.I. - Allegation by petitioner that his son was kidnapped by police in 1991 and thereafter his whereabouts were not..
A. Constitution of India, Article 21 - Enquiry by CBI - Allegation that Police took away a person and killed him - Enquiry by Sessions Judge that no such incident happened
Constitution of India, Articles 226 and 227 - Compensation - Custodial death - Three persons taken into custody by Police - Their whereabouts not known thereafter - Version of Police that two persons escaped from custody while one person died in encounter -
Constitution of India, Article 21 - Custodial death - Allegation that a person was kidnapped by Police and thereafter his whereabouts were not known - Enquiry made by Executive Magistrate who found that no such incident occurred -
Indian Extradition Act, 1962, Section 21 - Constitution of India, Articles 226 and 227 - Accused committing a number of offences in India and fleeing to a foreign country -
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Sections 50 and 57 - Constitution of India, Article 22 - Illegal detention by Police - High Court issued the following directions for State and Police to comply with :
Constitution of India, Article 226 - Inquiry by C.B.I. - Illegal custody by Police - Habeas Corpus - Allegation that Police picked the detenu in the year 1993 and the Police be directed to show whereabouts of the detenu and if Police fails to do, the matter may be handed over to CBI
Indian Penal Code, Section 304-B - Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 438 - Bail in dowry death - Wife committing suicide - Husband spending Rs. 3000/- immediately on her treatment
Criminal Procedure Code, 1978, Sections 418, 417 and 482 - Rajasthan Prison Rules, 1951 - Anti-Hijacking Act, Section 4 - Transfer of prisoners from one State to another