Punjab and Haryana High Court
Punjab and Haryana HC cites Sharia again: Says marriage of minor Muslim girl is legal because she has ‘attained puberty’
The High Court cited the Muslim personal law and held the marriage of the 17-year old girl with 36-year old man valid.
Man can remarry without divorce, a woman can’t: HC cites Muslim personal law to declare lovers’ marriage illegal
As per Muslim personal law, a Muslim man can remarry without divorcing his first wife, and is allowed to keep multiple wives but a Muslim woman does not have that right.
Marriage between first cousins per se illegal under the Hindu Marriage Act, observes Punjab and Haryana High Court
The high court was hearing a anticipatory bail plea by a man living in live-in relation with a minor girl, both are first cousins
Punjab-Haryana High Court issues legal notice to Anushka Sharma for allegedly insulting Sikhs in her web series ‘Patal Lok’
Popular Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has found herself in a lot of bother after 'Patal Lok' was released on Amazon Prime.
The lawyer, after learning that the judge has dismissed 4 cases in a row that day, pleaded that his case is adjourned as the bench is in a 'bad mood'.
Supreme Court stays fine imposed on Vishal Dadlani, Tehseen Poonawalla by HC for mocking Jain monk Tarun Sagar
Following public outcry by a number of netizens, Dadlani eventually apologized for his tweets, however, Tehseen submitted that he did not regret making the tweets
Dadlani and Tehseen Poonawalla had mocked the Jain monk who belonged to the Digambar sect and did not wear clothes
Justice Mudgal has denied all the allegations of sexual assault against him calling them "utterly false and baseless"
Engineering not for you, Punjab and Haryana HC tells student who could not clear 17 compartments in 9 years
When you could not pass an engineering degree in nine years how can you clear 17 compartments in one attempt, the court asked.
Trial court employee wanted to make a film on injustices by Judges in Court, Punjab and Haryana HC denies, orders inquiry
The High Court has said that the conduct of the official is "contumacious" and amounts to gross indiscipline or insubordination on his part.
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