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Value Enhancements 2015

  Manupatra Browser Search
  New Judge Analytics
  See All ManuInstant
  Sticky Note Feature
  Subject Category
  Bare Act Link from Judgment Text
  Case Map


Manupatra Taxonomy is a hierarchical structure which lists the topics and the sub topics under that. The aim is that each topic covered, broadly reflects the terms associated with it as a user might expect to find it in major textbooks. It will aid the user in choosing keywords consistently and appropriately.

The structure is created by identifying basic concepts and topics. These concepts and topics do not necessarily represent a complete subject area but define groupings of terms with similar characteristics. It is like a map which will help a user locate what they are looking for.

  • First level displays the Subjects of taxonomy
  • On click of + button it will list the Sub Topics, to directly go to the judgments under a Sub Topic click on > button.

Please Note:

Judgments appearing under each sub topic is not an exhaustive list on the topic. These are considered important by our editors.

To look for more judgments click on Cited in Manu. This will give you list of judgments where the subject judgment has been cited in, to help you identify similar cases.

In case of any clarification, please feel free to get in touch.


Manupatra Browser Search

Manupatra Browser Search - When doing search in Google, Yahoo & Bing search engines for a search word, Manupatra browser search will show results from Manupatra database in the same results pane. This will be displayed to all.

A Google plug in ( Extension ) needs to be installed for this. (Please find below the steps to install the Google plug in)

For viewing the details of the results, the client will need to login & will be directly routed to the required document.

Please find below the steps on  - how to install the Google plug in ( Extension)

Install the Extension from the following URL:

Operating system and Browsers supported:

Google Chrome: 41.0 and above (OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X and above)

Mozilla Firefox: 41.0 and above (OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Ubuntu 12.0 and above)

Microsoft Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer 9 and above with MS Dot Net Framework 4.5 installed (OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10)

After installation of Manupatra Browser Search Extension, the first search will display a Manupatra Browser Search box. Click on the + sign to expand it, and enter your name and email address. An email will with a verification link will be sent to your email address. Click on the verification link in the email to start receiving results on Manupatra Browser Search.

Manupatra Browser Search will always give you top 10 relevant results from Manupatra’s database for the keywords you entered in the search engine. As a Manupatra subscriber, use your Manupatra credentials to login and view the document. Non-subscribers can request a paid subscription for Manupatra by filling out the form.


New Judge Analytics


Judge Analytics ( New ) is now being displayed, it is showing  3 panels.

Panel 1-  Judgment Authored : showing cases authored by the selected Judge

Panel 2-  Judgment Cited : showing cases cited by the selected judge.

Panel 3 – Court/Judge Cited : showing  court wise- Judgment cited by the selected judge  & their details, also shows judges (no of cases) cited by him in his judgments.

User can also search within the judgments authored by a judge and can sort those results by relevance, title, court, Date of decision etc.  


See All ManuInstant


Now you can see all 10 Manu Instant of  (judgments) together of a search result page in one click using “See All ManuInstant”, After the search click on “See All ManuInstant” appearing.


Sticky Note Feature


Additional options have been added to the sticky note feature. You can now access all your sticky notes documents from ‘My Saved Docs’ .

  • While creating your sticky note document it will ask you to save it in a folder , if you do not choose a  folder, it will  get saved in  ‘My Folder’ by default else it will save in your chosen folder.
  • You can access the same documents from ‘My Saved Docs’.
  • All your old sticky note documents are added and is available in the “My folder” section.  
  • you can identify  a sticky note document in your saved docs section by the sticky note icon across  the document (refer to image Below)
  • You can also print/email a sticky note document (one at a time) from the folder.
  • Sticky note documents can now be accessed from Manupatra App as well.


Subject Category


In Legal search a new search field  “Subject category” has been introduced. This will search for judgments wherein the subject category is mentioned.

Subject category Is a categorization  given by Supreme Court to some of their pronounced judgments.

The subject category field can be used individually or  in combination with other legal search fields.

Search on this field will be restricted to judgments which have this field. 



Bare Act Link from Judgment Text

  • When you click on the section of the act from the judgment where it is mentioned, while displaying the text of the section,  now the full TOC/ Index of the Act is also displayed.  User can navigate to other sections of the same Act from the TOC in left frame.



Case Map


What is Case Map?

Case Map provides a Visual view of the top 20 cases, with respect to a subject case [appears in central circle]. These top 20 cases  are Cases Cited by the Subject Case (referred) and Cases where the Subject Case has been Cited (mentioned in) . This pictorial depiction of the relationships between cases also helps identify other cases which may be of relevance.

From where can Case Map be accessed?

To access the Case Map , click on the Case Map link  appearing on the top of the judgment. You may also access the case map from the Citing Reference field. Click on the link to launch the pictorial view.

What all is displayed on the Initial View of the Case map?

When you first view the Case Map, the subject case is displayed in the centre of the screen and around it are cases with which it has a relationship (referred or mentioned in)

How can one identify that which all cases are cited by the subject Case and which all cases cited the subject case?

Cases Cited by the subject Case appear on the left-hand side of the screen and Cases which cite the subject case appear on the right.

What is the ordering structure of the cases displayed on the Case Map?

  • Cases are ordered on basis of no. of times each is cited in a clockwise direction. Case cited maximum no of times appears first on top in a clockwise direction.
  • On the left side, the case which has been Cited by the subject case maximum no of times appears on the top. In this eg.  His Holiness Kesavanand Bharti is on top since it has been cited max no of times.
  • On the right side D.S Nakara case has cited Minerva Mils maximum no of times.

What are the different Relationships that can be depicted from the Case Map?

Following is the description of the line COLORS which show the connection between cases.

How can one see the relationship between the cases?

Hover your mouse over a connector to view the Tooltip which describes the relationship between the cases.

Can you cite an example showing the relationship between the subject case and other cases?

In the example below relationship between the subject central case Minerva Mills Ltd. And Ors. Vs. Union of India and top 20 cases has been shown. Cases appearing in left frame are cases cited by Minerva mills (referred) case and the cases which have cited (mentioned in) Minerva Mills is shown in the right frame.

How can the common relationship between the cases be seen from the Case Map?

On mouse over a case Indra Sawhney vs . Union of India and others shows the common relation for  cases   I.C. Golak Nath and Ors. vs. State of Punjab and Anr.His Holiness Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru and Ors. vs. State of Kerala and Anr. , Smt. Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Shri Raj Narain  and Minerva Mills.

Hovering over a case, will fade out unconnected cases and show the relationships shared with the subject central case.

What all information can be seen on mouse hovering over the central subject case?

Hovering over the subject case appearing in central circle, shows an overlay with details about the case such as Case name, No. of times cited, Citing Reference and Casenote:

How can we change the focus (central subject case), if we want to know the relationship of any other related case with other cases?

By clicking on any of the orbiting cases you can change the focus to the Case you select.  

Clicking on the back button, takes you back to one case.

Clicking on the any of the Cases in Case Map will further launch the Case Map for the case selected.

Why are some cases which have been referred or mentioned in not appearing?

As Case Map only provides a Visual view of the top 20 most cited cases, with respect to a subject case [appears in central circle]. Therefore, you may not see other cases.

How often do you update the Case Map?

e.g.  a case has been mentioned in Minerva, which does not appear in the orbit?

Case Map works in real time and it gives visual view of the top 20 most cited cases, with respect to a subject case. Therefore, if a case doesn’t appear in the list of top 20 most cited cases, even if it has been mentioned, it will not appear on the visualization.


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