News about judgements of the courts and articles regarding specific laws of the land that matter.
‘Please do something’, SC asks Centre to find a solution to the roads blockade due to the ongoing ‘farmers’ protest
The Supreme Court said that the farmers might have the right to protest but roads cannot be blocked indefinitely
Calcutta HC takes notice of BJP worker Avijit Sarkar’s murder: Read what Court said about the second autopsy, the police’s refusal and more
Calcutta High Court ordered Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal govt to hand over autopsy report and other sealed cover documents of Avijit Sarkar to CBI
‘Bengal police ignored complaints of victims, no FIR in 60% cases’: Calcutta HC orders court-monitored CBI probe in post-poll violence cases
The High Court has directed that a Special Investigation Team, under the monitoring of the Court, should investigate the criminal cases related to post-poll violence.
Uttar Pradesh: 5 Hindu women seek right to worship Hindu Gods inside Gyanvapi mosque that used to be Kashi Vishwanath temple
The five Hindu women have filed a petition in court seeking orders to restore their worshipping rights in old Kashi Vishwanath temple that was converted to Gyanvapi Mosque.
Bombay HC stays provisions of new IT Rules requiring digital media houses to follow Code of Ethics, refuses to stay other Rules
The Bombay High Court stayed Rules 9(1) and 9(3) of the new IT Rules that deal with adherence to Code of Ethics by digital media
NCPCR summons Facebook’s ‘Trust and Safety Dept’ head for failing to take down post by Rahul Gandhi compromising identity of minor victim: Details
NCPCR has now issued summons to the Head (Trust and Safety Department) Satya Yadav at Facebook for failing to take down post by Rahul Gandhi
Delhi Rape Case: Delhi Police says they have no evidence that the 9-year-old was raped before being killed, court stops interim compensation to mother
Delhi Police has submitted before the local court that there is no evidence yet to confirm whether the nine-year-old girl was raped before being killed near Delhi Cantonment
‘Article 25 does not give any immunity from taxation’: Kerala HC says nuns and priests are liable to pay taxes on their salary incomes
Kerala High Court said that tax deduction at source from salaries of nuns and priests does not violate article 25 of the constitution
‘Custody within the law’: Bombay High Court rejects Raj Kundra’s petition challenging his arrest in the pornography case
Raj Kundra was arrested by the Mumbai Police on July 19 for his role in creating and publishing pornographic films
Journalist deletes Facebook post maligning Champat Rai of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, court warns journalist to be ‘careful in future’
Journalist Vineet Narain has now deleted a Facebook post where he had maligned the reputation of Champat Rai, VHP leader and the general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust