SC refuses to stay implementation of CAA, directs all High Courts not to hear any CAA related petition
CJI Bobde has directed all High Courts to not proceed with hearing any petition filed against or in favour of the CAA.
Uttar Pradesh: No loudspeakers for azaan, Allahabad High Court junks plea against no loudspeaker order at 2 mosques
The Allahabad High Court on January 9 declined to quash an administrative order issued by Jaunpur district administration which refused permission to two mosques to use loudspeakers for azaan.
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: Delhi’s POCSO court convicts Brijesh Thakur, 18 others for rape and exploitation of minor girls
Brajesh Thakur and 18 others were accused of sexually assaulting and torturing as many as 42 girls residing at the Muzaffarpur shelter home.
Lies, deception and misinformation of anti-CAA protests: How University campuses have wrongly become a battleground
One of the universities which is at the forefront of the opposing the CAA is Jamia Milia Islamia
After AMU, Jamia Millia Islamia to move court for registration of FIR against Delhi Police who retaliated against Islamist mobs
Jamia spokesperson Ahmed Azeem stated, “An application will be filed very soon in the lower court under section 156(3) of the CrPC seeking direction to police to register an FIR.”
Delhi court grants bail to Chandrashekhar Azad, orders him to stay away from Delhi till elections, not to join Shaheen Bagh protest
An additional sessions court in Delhi has today granted bail to Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad in a case registered against him related to anti-CAA riots
Nirbhaya case: Delhi High Court dismisses convict Mukesh Singh’s plea challenging death warrant, says nothing wrong with trial court’s January 7 order
Nirbhaya rape case convict Mukesh Singh filed a mercy petition today, one week ahead of scheduled hanging.
Nirbhaya convicts cannot be hanged on January 22: Delhi government tells HC as one convict’s mercy plea is pending
The four convicts were to be hanged on January 22 at 7 am in Tihar jail. Soon after the Supreme court rejected the curative petitions, Mukesh had filed his mercy plea before the President.
Tax Evasion Case: Madras HC judge who worked as a lawyer for Karti Chidambaram‘s law firm agrees to step aside
Madras HC Justice Samanth had previously worked as a lawyer for Karti Chidambaram’s firm Advantage Strategic Consulting Pvt Ltd.
Chaiwala’s government is watching everyone: CBI chargesheet reveals how former judges and associates discussed bribes in code-words
Ex-judge IM Quddusi and his associate Agarwala used code words such as Ped(tree) and Gamla(plant) while referring to the bribe amount over getting favourable orders for the Prasad Institute Of Medical Sciences.
Freedom of speech and trade through Internet is a fundamental right, says SC asking govt to review all restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir
Supreme Court orders Jammu and Kashmir administration to review all orders of internet restriction
The Patiala house Court in Delhi, after hearing lawyer Aparna Bhat's plea, has today ordered Chhapaak director Meghna Gulzaar to give due credit to the lawyer in the movie.
Lawyer who represented Laxmi Agarwal files plea in Delhi Court seeking stay on release of Chhapaak: Read why
Aparna Bhat, the lawyer who represented Laxmi Agarwal has moved Delhi Court seeking for a stay on Chhapaak
Curious case of Justice Madan Lokur, his flip flop on detention centres and his membership of a shady foreign funded NGO
Justice Lokur association with the CHRI may provide some clue into the reasons behind his flip flop
The Judiciary in 2019: Six significant verdicts that either created a storm or brought an end to one
The Judiciary in 2019 issued quite a few historic verdicts on various matters of import.
Many are arguing that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) violates Article 14 of the constitution that guarantees the fundamental right of equality.
Delhi HC dismisses plea of man claiming to be a woman, wanting molestation case quashed as he and victims are ‘sisters’
Accused arrived in Court dressed in formal woman's clothing, claimed to be suffering from Gender Dysphoria
‘Shame shame’ slogans: Lawyers request Delhi HC judges to take contempt of court action against Jamia lobby
The bench has agreed on referring the matter to one of its relevant committees to undertake an inquiry.
Here is why the challenges to Citizenship Amendment Act will likely get laughed out of the Supreme Court
Here is why all so-called legal challenges to CAA are probably going to get laughed out of the Supreme Court.
Leaving out Muslims is not ‘glaringly discriminatory’: A Response to the open letter published in the web portal, The Leaflet to Harish Salve, Sr. Advocate
It becomes necessary to evaluate the political and legal dimensions of the CAA in order to draw a distinction between truth and propaganda.
Nirbhaya case: SC rejects review petition filed by convict but Delhi HC does not give death warrant, next hearing on 7th January
Upholding the 2017 verdict, the apex court dismissed the review petition saying “it did not find any error on the face of it."
Jamia riots: Supreme Court dismisses pleas against police action, directs the petitioners to approach respective HCs
Dismissing the pleas filed by lawyers of petitioners seeking suo motu action against police action, the Supreme Court asked the petitioners should be file a case in the respective HCs.
‘Some people call themselves RTI activists, is that an occupation?’ CJI Bobde goes off at Prashant Bhushan
CJI Bobde expressed concerns regarding the abuse of the RTI Act.
‘Just because they are students, they can’t take law into their hands,’ CJI Bobde tells petitioners seeking judicial inquiry in Jamia incident
CJI Bobde agreed to hear the plea on Jamia incident for a judicial inquiry on the condition that violent protests and arson stops.
Judgement on Sabarimala not the last word: SC declines entry to Rehana Fathima and Bindu Ammini till review petitions heard
Sabarimala: SC said the issue was 'very emotive' and it did not want the situation to become 'explosive'
Supreme Court upholds the report of JK Juvenile Justice Committee, nails the lies spread by leftist media over ‘detention of children in Kashmir’
The Supreme Court today reiterated that there seems to be misinformation being spread on this issue and concluded that no minor has been detained.
Andhra Pradesh government passes ‘Disha Bill’: Trials of rapists and acid attackers to conclude within 21 days, death penalty included
According to new provisions, the investigation is completed within seven working days if there is 'adequate conclusive evidence'. The new law also states trial must be completed within 14 working days, thus reducing the total judgment time to 21 working days.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was passed by Rajya Sabha on Wednesday and by Lok Sabha on Monday.
Win for Hindus as the Supreme Court dismisses all 18 petitions seeking review of the historic Ayodhya verdict
SC was today conducting an in-chamber hearing of a bunch of review petitions filed against the Ayodhya ruling
‘Like a bird who has been freed from a cage’ says Hindu refugee from Majnu Ka Tila on CAB: OpIndia Exclusive
The refugees said that they have come to India nearly a decade back with a valid visa issued by the Indian government. The refugees added that they had to leave their relatives in Pakistan and come to India because religious persecution in the Islamic nation had made their lives difficult.