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“Mind your own business”: Israeli minister tells U.S. ambassador after he advised Israel to ‘pump the brakes’ on judicial reforms

Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Amichai Chikli said that U.S. Ambassador Tom Nides should mind his own business and not meddle in the internal affairs of Israel.

Judiciary cannot become legislative, doing so may destabilise the system of governance: What VP Jagdeep Dhankar said taking on the Judiciary

Vice President Dhankar hit back at courts overturning parliamentary amendments to the Constitution.

Is ‘Nimbooz’ a lemonade or a fruit juice? Supreme Court to decide

Supreme Court has stepped in to answer the buzzing question whether Pepsico's 'Nimbooz' is a fruit drink or a lemonade

Supreme Court objects to Allahabad HC’s ‘Ram Bharose’ order against Yogi govt, says don’t issue orders that cannot be implemented

Supreme Court stayed the recent order passed by the Allahabad High Court in relation to the Covid-19 management in Uttar Pradesh

Karnataka High Court orders SHO to clean road for failing to register FIR, cops to file appeal: Here are full details

The court observed that the problem, primarily, is one of the police officers not complying with the procedure prescribed under the Code of Criminal Procedure, which places a high premium on the guarantee of liberty of the individuals.

Harish Salve takes on Harsh Mandar, Prashant Bhushan and the cottage industry that attempts to defame the Judiciary and the Modi govt: Here are...

Harish Salve appeared on a webinar to discuss the attacks that are made to undermine the authority of the judiciary.

Supreme Court expressed displeasure over filing frivolous PILs, says the whole concept has been lost

In 1986, the then Chief Justice PN Bhagwati introduced PIL to the Indian judicial system. The original intent was to provide access to justice to aggrieved citizens.

Despite Tripura HC’s ban, Animal sacrifice continues at Tripureswari Temple, local admin and temple yet to receive court order

In open defiance of Tripura High Court's order banning animal sacrifice at Temples, Pashubali continued as usual in Maa Tripureswari Mandir at Udaipur, Tripura.

Supreme Court judgments have led to 23 lakh job losses in the mining sector, says Federation of Indian Mining Industries

Federation of Indian Mining Industries (FIMI) stated that some SC judgments have led to job loss of 23 lakh people, both direct and indirect, in the mining sector, excluding petroleum and natural gas

Delhi Court rules that showing middle finger to woman amounts to outraging her modesty: Report

According to a recent court judgment, showing the middle finger to a woman tantamount to outraging her modesty and can land a person in jail.

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