Monday, April 22, 2024



Supreme Court to hear Arvind Kejriwal’s petition against his arrest in Delhi excise policy scam case on 15 April

Arvind Kejriwal approached the Supreme Court challenging a Delhi HC judgement that dismissed his plea against arrest by the ED and his subsequent remand in the excise policy case.

Uttar Pradesh: Complaint filed in Ghaziabad against Prophet Muhammad, the complainant alleges heinous crimes are being committed due to Quran

On Thursday (21st March) morning, a complaint was filed with the Ghaziabad police against Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam

Delhi HC dismisses TMC leader Mahua Moitra’s plea to restrain ED from allegedly leaking information about FEMA case against her to media

The Delhi HC on Friday dismissed Mahua Moitra's plea to restrain the ED from allegedly leaking any confidential, unverified information to media related to the ongoing FEMA probe against her.

Supreme Court to hear Subramanian Swamy’s plea to delete ‘secular’ and ‘socialist’  from the preamble of constitution in April

The Supreme Court on Friday adjourned the petition filed by BJP leader Subramaniam Swamy seeking to delete the words ‘secular’ and ‘socialist’ from the Preamble of the Indian Constitution.

“I decline to appear in court because it is a useless notice”: Odisha man writes to Supreme Court in response to contempt of court...

Supreme Court ordered a non-bailable warrant against a defendant identified as Upendra Nath Dalai who refused to deposit previously ordered fees and then called the notice of contempt proceedings against him "useless" and "disrespectful."

‘We are not living in a Western country where live-in relationship is popular and common, Indians believe in culture and traditions’: Allahabad HC

In his appeal, Ashish Kumar claimed that he had been in a relationship with the detenue since 2011. It was also alleged that, despite the couple's desire to marry, the woman's family opposed the union, thus she was forced to stay at home and forbidden from meeting Kumar.

‘Absolutely frivolous Publicity Interest Litigation’: Bombay HC dismisses plea challenging Maharashtra govt’s decision declaring public holiday on 22 January

Dismissing the plea, the court said, "We intend to caution the petitioners to be more careful when they take it upon themselves to espouse such cause. For these reasons, there is no doubt that this PIL is an abuse of the process of law and we intend to dismiss it with exemplary costs. We refrain ourselves from imposing costs and hope the petitioners will be more careful when appearing in person."

Supreme Court does not like NewsClick approaching them directly, but concedes to their plea anyway: What Kapil Sibal was contending

SC issues notices to probe agencies for response to NewsClick plea for guidelines on seizure of digital devices

Supreme Court asks Election Commission to submit data on Electoral Bonds received by parties within 2 weeks, reserves verdict

The Supreme Court, on Thursday, directed the Election Commission of India (ECI) to furnish updated data on the funds received by all political parties through electoral bonds within two weeks.

PFI approaches Supreme Court challenging UAPA Tribunal’s decision to uphold 5-year ban on it imposed by centre

Popular Front of India (PFI) has approached the Supreme Court challenging an UAPA tribunal order confirming the five-year ban on it

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