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‘Material shows prima facie involvement in alleged offence’: Delhi court denies interim bail to BRS leader K Kavitha in liquor policy scam

Special judge dismissed K Kavitha's plea with certain observations related to her primary facie involvement and destruction of evidence.

‘How many will be jailed before polls?’ SC grants bail to YouTuber ‘Sattai’ Durai Murugan, jailed over remarks against DMK chief MK Stalin

The Supreme Court pulled up the Tamil Nadu govt, asking them how many more will be jailed before the Lok Sabha elections.

MP: Rape accused kills girl’s father, brother after court grants him bail, victim goes missing

A 52-year-old railway employee and his eight-year-old son were reportedly killed by 19-year-old man, released on bail by court.

After skipping 8 ED summons, AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal gets bail from Delhi court in the case filed by agency

The bail was granted on a surety bond worth Rs 15,000 and a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh after Arvind Kejriwal appeared in person before the court today

“No sympathy for that person”: Calcutta HC declines to list bail plea of TMC strongman Sheikh Shahjahan urgently, says his lawyer will be busy...

Calcutta HC refused urgent listing for bail plea of Sheikh Shahjahan, and came down heavily on the politician for absconding for almost two months before his arrest.

Republic Bangla journalist Santu Pan, arrested for Sandeshkhali reporting, gets bail; Calcutta HC slams police for arresting journalists instead of real culprits, stays probe

Besides his relentless coverage of Sandeshkhali, Santu Pan is known for asking hard-hitting questions to TMC strongman Abhishek Banerjee.

Sharjeel Imam’s speeches might be the reason for riots, Delhi Court says as it rejects his bail plea in sedition and UAPA case

Sharjeel Imam was arrested by Delhi Police on 28th January 2020, from Bihar over inflammatory speeches against the Citizenship Amendment Act, advocating for the secession of Assam from the rest of India

How Supreme Court contradicted its own judgement by not canceling bail granted to Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal accused in Delhi anti-Hindu riots

In 2021, Delhi HC granted bail to Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal, and Asif Iqbal Tanha, accused in Delhi anti-Hindu Riots

Mufti Salman Azhari gets bail in hate speech case from Bhachau court, could be arrested again as more complaints filed

Mufti Salmam Azhari has been charged under the SC/ST Act along with other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code.

Delhi riots: Mustaqueem, who shot and killed Rahul Solanki denied bail, Islamist who broke CCTV cameras and another who provoked riotous mob granted bail

Justice Amit Bansal noted that Mustaqueem refused to be identified in a 'Judicial Test Identification Parade and that prima facie there is material to show his involvement in the offences.

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