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Which one of the following is directly related to the Appellate jurisdiction of Supreme Court of India.


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Appeals made in civil, criminal and constitutional cases


SOLUTION
The Supreme Court is primarily a court of appeal and hears appeals against the judgment of the lower courts. It enjoys a wide appellate jurisdiction which can be classified under four heads:
(1) Appeals in constitutional matters
(2)Appeals in civil matters
(3)Appeals in criminal matters
(4) Appeals by special leave
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