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Maharashtra: Juvenile Justice Board releases ISIS terrorist after 3 years to be a home tutor for school students, serve at old age home, despite...

Juvenile justice board in Maharashtra released an ISIS convict and allowed him to be a tutor to school children in his locality despite conviction

‘Tolerance is the hallmark of Hinduism’: Says Madras HC in its order over chanting rituals at a Tamil Nadu temple

The Madras High Court bench led by Justice SM Subramaniam heard a petition to decide a dispute between two Hindu sects over chanting prayers at the Sri Varadaraja Perumal Temple in Tamil Nadu.

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

Karnataka burqa row: Hijab petitioner now thinks HC hearing citing Quran and Sharia may impact elections in other states, seeks adjournment till Feb 28

Minor petitioner wants hearing adjourned till month end so that Sharia and Quran citing does not affect elections

Gujarat court acquits 28 of the 77 accused from the 2008 Ahmedabad serial bomb blast case that killed 56 and left hundreds injured

After a prolonged trial that lasted almost 13 years in the serial bomb blast case, the Gujarat court delivered its verdict today acquitting 28 of the 77 accused.

‘Judiciary, Election Commission, Pegasus are instruments used by Modi govt to suppress voices of people’: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha

Speaking in Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi raised aspersions on the integrity of judiciary, election commission in his attack against the Modi government

Marital rape debate: Case right now, arguments for criminalisation, and 5 arguments that need to be considered before legislating

A High Court bench is hearing a batch of petitions that argues against the 'marital rape' exception in the Indian Penal Code.

United Nations experts ask USA to close Guantanamo Bay detention centre, call out ‘relentless human rights violations’

“Twenty years of practising arbitrary detention without trial accompanied by torture or ill-treatment is simply unacceptable for any government, particularly a government which has a stated claim to protecting human rights,” the statement by the UN experts has said.

‘Corruption is much less in terms of policymaking’, says Ex-RBI Governor Bimal Jalan praising Modi govt: Here is what he said

Bimal Jalan laid emphasis on the menace of judicial delay in resolving conflicting policy decisions.

Criticism of Judges can amount to conspiracy: Andhra Pradesh HC denies bail to 5 for social media posts against Judges

Andhra Pradesh High Court claimed that criticism of judges can amount to conspiracy and attack on the institution of the Judiciary.

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