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High Court, Gauhati
High Court, Gujarat
High Court, Himachal Pradesh
High Court, Jammu & kashmir
High Court, Jharkand
High Court, Karnataka
High Court, Kerala
High Court, Madras
High Court, Madhya Pradesh
High Court, Meghalaya
High Court, Orissa
High Court, Patna
High Court, Punjab & Haryana
High Court, Rajasthan
High Court, Sikkim
High Court, Uttarakhand
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Indian Courts

The ‘Indiancourts’ is a bouquet of Web Sites of the Supreme Court and all 21 High Courts and their Benches in India. It provides a single point access to information related to the Supreme Court and any High Court in India.

Supreme Court of India
The Supreme Court of India is the highest court of the land as established by Part V, Chapter IV of the Constitution of India. According to the Constitution of India, the role of the Supreme Court of India is that of a federal court, guardian of the Constitution and the highest court of appeal.

High Courts of India

The High Courts are the principal civil courts of original jurisdiction in the state, and can try all offences including those punishable with death. Tthe work of most High Courts consists of Appeals from lowers courts and writ petitions in terms of Article 226 of the Constitution of India.

District Courts of India

The District Courts of India are presided over by a judge. They administer justice in India at a district level. These courts are under administrative and judicial control of the High Court of the State to which the district concerned belongs.


A tribunal is a generic term for any body acting judicially, whether or not it is called a tribunal in its title. For example, an advocate appearing before a Court on which a single Judge was sitting could describe that judge as 'their tribunal'.

District Courts
District Court, Delhi
Appellate Tribunal for Electricity
Andhra Pradesh Administrative Tribunal
Central Admin. Tribunal
Central Excise Service Tax Appellate Tribunal
Debts Recovery Tribunal-I, Chennai
Debts Recovery Tribunal-II, Chennai
Debts Recovery Tribunal, Coimbatore
Intellectual Property Appellate Tribunal, Chennai
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
Railway Claims Tribunals
Ministry of law & Justice
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