Wednesday, August 17, 2022


High Court

NDTV, in service of Congress: How the rag tried to downplay scathing observations made by HC in Smriti Irani case, against Congress leaders

Despite all the Congress propaganda stating otherwise, Delhi High Court has noted that neither Smriti Irani nor her teenage daughter Zoish Irani was ever issued a license in connection with a restaurant named Silly Souls Cafe and Bar located in Goa. 

Supreme Court returns a 60-year-old land dispute case to Allahabad High Court after keeping it for 16 years

Supreme Court sends 1964 land dispute case back to Allahabad High Court after keeping it pending for 16 years

Madhya Pradesh High Court stays construction of Adi Shankaracharya statue at Omkareshwar

A division bench headed by Chief Justice Ravi Malimath and Justice Vishal Mishra of MP High Court stayed the construction of the Adi Shankaracharya statue

Uttarakhand: HC allows animal slaughter in Haridwar district’s Manglaur at a legally compliant slaughterhouse for Eid, stays Govt’s blanket ban

Uttarakhand high court directed that on Eid al-Adha, slaughtering of animals should be done only in the legally compliant slaughterhouse in the Manglaur municipality in the Haridwar district.

Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren and his MLA brother in trouble as Election Commission seeks details in quarry lease case, High Court to hear PIL

CM Hemant Soren was granted a leave for a stone quarry near Ranchi by the mines department, violating norms

Meet Suraj Singh, the only visually impaired lawyer practising in the J&K and Ladakh High Court, and now appointed as a Government advocate

Suraj Singh who hails from Jammu has been a practicing lawyer in the J&K and Ladakh High Court for over a decade.

Kalicharan Maharaj, arrested for criticizing Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, gets bail after three months

Kalicharan Maharaj was arrested on 30th December 2021 by Raipur Police for allegedly criticizing Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

Devotees of a temple entitled to have a say in its running: Andhra Pradesh High Court

The court said, "Devotees of a temple are entitled to have a say in the manner in which an institution or temple is run."

Kashmiri teacher Dilip Bhan: How AAP discredited a petitioner in KMT case against Delhi Govt

AAP leaders claimed that Kashmiri teacher Dilip Bhan who criticised them for delaying jobs for the community does not exist, we find out.

‘Young people make mistakes’: Supreme Court orders J&K govt to release loan to medicine student in Bangladesh after she joined a different college

J&K stops loan to student studying medicine in Bangladesh after she joined different college, SC orders to release the loan

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