Category: Judiciary

Constitute Core Groups to help the victims of cloud bursts: Justice Magrey & Justice Thakur

Constitute Core Groups to help the victims of cloud bursts: Justice Magrey & Justice Thakur SRINAGAR, JULY 30: Responding swiftly to the reports of cloud bursts in some districts of UTs of J&K and Ladakh, Executive Chairman, J&K Legal Services Authority, Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey and Justice Dhiraj […]

SC notice of Centre, Delhi govt on plea for rehabilitation, vaccination of beggars amid pandemic

New Delhi, Jul 27: The Supreme Court sought the responses of the Centre and the Delhi government on Tuesday on a plea seeking rehabilitation and vaccination of beggars and vagabonds in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The apex court, which made it clear that it would not take […]

Delhi HC to hear plea against Ramdev for remarks against allopathy

New Delhi, Jul 25:  The Delhi High Court will hear on Monday a plea by seven doctors’ associations against Yoga guru Ramdev for allegedly spreading misinformation by his statements against allopathy amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The matter will be heard by Justice C Hari Shankar who had […]

Prisoners released during COVID-19 second wave will not surrender until further orders: SC

New Delhi, Jul 16: The Supreme Court on Friday ordered that prisoners, who were released by the high powered committees (HPCs) of states during the second wave of COVID-19 following its direction, will not be asked to surrender until further orders. A special bench headed by Chief Justice N […]

Why you aren’t repealing British era sedition law used against Gandhi, SC asks Centre

New Delhi, Jul 15:  Concerned over ?enormous misuse? of the colonial era penal law on sedition, the Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre as to why it was not repealing the provision used by the British to ?silence? people like Mahatma Gandhi to suppress freedom movement Agreeing […]

SC agrees to examine fresh plea challenging sedition law

New Delhi, Jul 14: The Supreme Court Thursday agreed to examine a fresh plea by a former army officer challenging the Constitutional validity of the sedition law on the ground that it causes “chilling effect” on speech and is an unreasonable restriction on free expression, a fundamental right. A […]

Shocking that people still booked under scrapped section 66A of IT Act, says SC

New Delhi, July 5: The Supreme Court Monday said it is amazing and shocking that people are still being booked under Section 66A of the Information Technology Act that was scrapped by the apex court verdict in 2015. Under the scrapped section a person posting offensive messages could be […]

SC closes plea on trial in sexual assault case against Tejpal, says court rendered verdict

New Delhi, Jun 28:  The Supreme Court on Monday closed the case related to extension of time after noting that a trial court in Goa has completed the trial by rendering acquittal verdict in the sexual assault case against Tehelka magazine founder Tarun Tejpal. On May 21, a […]

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