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  Given below is a list of leading and important case law of Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. Questions are frequently asked in various Judicial and legal Exams such as PCS-J Exam, HJS exam and Advocate-on-record examination from these type of cases. The list of these Case Laws are suggestive only.
 

LIST OF LEADING CASES

  1. The state of West Bengal vs. Anwar Ali Sarkar 1952 SCR 284
  1. The Commissioner, Hindu Religious Endowments, Madras vs. Sri Lakshaman tirtha Swamiar of Sri Sirur Mutt 1954 SCR 1005
  1. In Re: The Kerela Education Bill,1957. Reference under Article 143(1) of the constitution of India 1959 SCR 995.
  1. TMA Pal Foundation vs. State of Karnataka 2002 Suppl.3 SCR 587
  1. PA Inamdar Vs State of Maharashtra (2005) 6 SCC 537.
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 























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