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'Used too often against scribes', Editors Guild Of India welcomes Supreme Court's stay on sedition lawThe Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Wednesday said it was "extremely pleased" after the Supreme Court stayed the proceedings in all sedition cases till the time an "appropriate" government forum..
Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea against demolition drive in Shaheen BaghThe Apex Court granted liberty to the petitioner to approach High Court with his grievance and "dismissed the petition as withdrawn."
Sedition law withstood test of time, no need to re-examine its validity: Centre to SCContending that the apex court's six decades old verdict upholding validity of Section 124 A is a good law and balances constitutional rights and principles viz. needs of the State, the centre told the..
Can’t shut our eyes, will pass order on Rajiv case convict’s plea, says Supreme Court
On eve of sedition hearing in Supreme Court, govt seeks 1 week for replyA day before the Supreme Court is scheduled to hold the final hearing on a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) that deals with the..
Kheri case: Teni’s son Ashish Mishra surrenders after SC order, sent back to jailUnion minister of state for home Ajay Mishra Teni’s son, Ashish Mishra, surrendered in a local court on Sunday following a Supreme Court (SC) order last week, which cancelled the bail granted to him..
Supreme Court stays demolition drive in Jahangirpuri for two weeks
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Trend of cryptic bail orders by high courts makes Supreme Court see redA bench of Chief Justice N V Ramana and Krishna Murari ordered the ‘uncle’ to be taken back into custody and frowned at the Rajasthan high court for not following elementary parameters — impact..
Supreme Court stays conviction of Congress leader Hardik Patel in rioting case
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Decide Future plea for termination of arbitration, Supreme Court tells SIAC tribunal
Will carry out court orders on loudspeakers: Basavaraj BommaiThe CM said the government will implement “in stages” Supreme Court and high court orders on regulating the use of loudspeakers by shrines and other institutions. Also, there is a court order that..
If accident victim disabled 100%, be liberal with damages: Supreme CourtRemarking that courts should take a liberal view in awarding compensation to victims who are left 100% disabled and also suffer mental disabilities after road accidents, the Supreme Court on Tuesday..
Supreme Court reserves order on review plea in Sidhu road-rage caseThe Supreme Court on Friday reserved verdict on a petition seeking harsher punishment to Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was let off with a meagre fine of Rs 1,000 in a road rage case 33 years..
Supreme Court to order random scrutiny of Covid death claim certificates to nail fakesThe Supreme Court on Monday decided to order random scrutiny of Covid death claim applications to identify those who got compensation with forged documents after the issue was flagged by the Centre..
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After agreeing, Supreme Court declines urgent hearing on VVPATThe Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed and then refused urgent hearing on a PIL seeking increase in the number of booths for EVM-VVPAT verification from five per constituency, as mandated by the apex..
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Government refrains to comment on SC notice regarding Uniform Civil CodeThe government on Thursday refrained to comment on a Supreme Court notice issued to it on a petition which had sought directions to the respondents to take steps to remove anomalies on the grounds of..
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Gauri case: Special court frames charges against 17Close on the heels of the Supreme Court’s clearance for framing of charges against Mohan Nayak N, accused in the journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh murder case, under provisions of the Karnataka..
Make SCs, STs active stakeholder in court proceedings, says SCObserving that people belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes continue to “face insurmountable hurdles in accessing justice from the stage of filing the complaint to the conclusion of the..
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