Karnataka High Court upholds Arms Act exemption granted to Kodavas & Jumma Land Holders to carry weapons without licence
The court said that the Kodava community and Jumma tenure holders are enjoying exemptions from Arms Act since pre-independence
Justice Chandrachud apologises to a lawyer, asks him to go rest since he was fasting for Ramzan
Justice Chandrachud of the Supreme Court apologised to a Muslim lawyer for not knowing that he had been fasting during the month of Ramzan.
“You better withdraw the petition, warna jo kaam karte ho wo bhi band ho jaega”: Delhi HC pulls up petitioner over frivolous PIL
A plea was filed in the Delhi High Court by a petitioner seeking directions from the court to the state of Himachal Pradesh to release water through Western Yamuna Canal
Supreme court refuses to entertain a plea seeking India to be officially renamed only as ‘Bharat’
Dismissing plea to rename the country as only Bharat, CJI said that it is not the job of the court to consider such issues
Supreme Court fines a petitioner who sought closure of liquor shops, says such frivolous petitions stem from lack of work
The judges noted that multiple petitions seeking the closure of liquor shops are being filed with an intent to gain publicity.