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Karnataka High Court

As SC hands over Mahabaleshwar temple to a committee, read how Congress fought against BJP’s effort to free Hindu temples, for their wealth

BJP govt in 2008 had denotifed the Gokarna Mahabaleshwar temple, but the subsequent Congress govt had opposed the decision

Karnataka High Court dismisses FIR against Kangana Ranaut over her tweets on farmer protests

A Karnataka Court had in October 2020 ordered the filing of FIR against Kangana Ranaut for her tweet on protests against farm bills

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.

‘You can’t deliver sermons’: Karnataka High Court rebukes CPI(M) after the party filed affidavit highlighting its fundamental right to protest

"Who is taking away your fundamental right of speech? Are you saying that the Court wants to infringe your right to protest?" The court asked CPI(M)

‘Insulting Hindutva is not religious insult’: Abhinav Chandrachud, son of SC Justice Chandrachud, argues before Karnataka HC

Abhinav Chandrachud contended that using insulting language for Hindutva did not amount to insulting Hinduism.

‘Hindu religion was never so narrow’: Karnataka HC dismisses pleas seeking strict implementation of section of Act that requires Temple officials to be Hindu

The Karnataka High Court bench comprised of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty.

Karnataka HC slams Mumbai Police for following Republic COO Priya Mukherjee to Bengaluru to question her, grants her transit bail

Mumbai police had followed Priya Mukherjee to Bengaluru to question her after she informed them that she was visiting her ailing father

Karnataka High Court dismisses murder convict’s defence, says refusal to marriage cannot be accepted as ‘sudden provocation’ for committing murder

The Karnataka High Court noted that agreeing to the defence that 'grave and sudden' provocation led the accuse to murder the victim will rob the woman of her choice and dignity

Karnataka HC grants bail to Congress MLA’s relative Naveen who was accused of ‘blasphemy’ by Islamic mobs for Facebook comment

Naveen was booked under sections 153A and 295A of the Indian Penal Code and section 67 of the Information Technology Act over his alleged derogatory comment regarding Prophet Mohammed on Facebook.

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