· Marriage during pendency of appeal against decree of divorce, held valid
· There must be specific pleadings and averments in the plaints on limitation
· Insurance company held liable to indemnify the complainant
· Restrictions on court hearings lawful
· Statement under Section 161 is inadmissible in evidence and cannot be used to convict the accused
· Relief-oriented judicial approach cannot by itself be ground to cast aspersion on honesty and integrity
One of India's first Legal Awareness Magazine, Lawteller has entered the 27th successful year of its publication. The USP or the distinguishing feature of our magazine is that it encompasses only those cases decided within the territories of India, where the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has decided a matter on a divergent viewpoint from that of the High Court's of any of the Indian states. This specialty of Lawteller has endeared it to its ever-increasing faithful subscribers from all walks of life; such as those concerned with law in any form like Judges, Advocates, Government departments, Judicial Officers, Company Secretaries, Armed forces, general public and especially the academic institutions consisting of majority of top ranking Law Colleges in India, thereby giving us a very wide diaspora of subscribers all across India.