K. Srinivas Rao vs D.A. Deepa

The respondent-wife lodged a criminal complaint against the appellant-husband before the Women Protection Cell alleging inter alia that the appellant-husband is harassing her for more dowry. This complaint is very crucial to this case. We shall advert to it more in detail a little later. Escalated acrimony led to complaints ...
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K. Srinivas Rao vs K. Sunitha

Supreme Court observed that : We unequivocally find that the Respondent-Wife had filed a false criminal complaint, and even one such complaint is sufficient to constitute matrimonial cruelty. 8 We, accordingly, dissolve the marriage of the parties under Section 13(1)(ia) of the Hindu Marriage Act. The parties shall bear their ...
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K.V.Prakash Babu Vs State of Karnataka

Because the husband is involved in an extra-marital relationship and there is some suspicion in the mind of wife can not be convicted U/s 498-a and 306 The court also observed that there is no whisper with regard to any kind of ill-treatment or cruel behavior by the husband other ...
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Rashmi Chopra Vs The State of Uttar Pradesh & Anr.

498-a Complaint can be filed by the relatives of the women subjected to cruelty... The bench, rejected the contention referring to Section 498-a of IPC and Observed as follows: "There is nothing in Section 498A, which may indicate that when a woman is subjected to cruelty, a complaint has to ...
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