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Supreme Court allows next ‘Hindu Jan Akrosh’ rally in Mumbai, asks govt to video record the event over allegations of hate speech

Supreme Court rejected a petition seeking a ban on the proposed 'Hindu Jan Akrosh Sabha' in Mumbai on Monday

Supreme Court refuses interim order against union govt’s decision to block propaganda BBC documentary, asks centre to produce original records

Supreme Court refuses interim order against union govt’s decision to block propaganda BBC documentary without hearing the govt first

Supreme Court has been working an average of 222 days in a year: Law Minister Kiren Rijiju

The Supreme Court of India, in the exercise of the powers conferred on it under Article 145 of the Constitution of India, makes rules for regulating the Court's practice and procedures which includes its sittings and vacations, etc.

You are indulging in arm-twisting: Supreme Court slams Kerala State Waqf Board

The tenancy had been declared unlawful in 2005, he noted, but the matter was left open until the amendment mandating criminal prosecution took effect, at which point the Kerala State Waqf Board used the 'draconian' act against the petitioner(s).

7 posts of Supreme Court judges, 333 posts of HC judges vacant: Law Minister Rijiju informs in Parliament

"142 proposals recommended by the High Court Collegiums are at various stages of processing. Out of these 142, 4 proposals are pending with the Supreme Court Collegium and 138 are under various stages of processing in the Government," he added.

Rana Ayyub used crowd-sourced money for personal luxury and enjoyment: ED to Supreme Court in PMLA case

The ED submitted before the SC that Rana Ayyub used crowd-sourced money to finance her personal luxuries.

‘When you lock a bogey, set it on fire and pelt stones, it is not just stone pelting’: Gujarat Govt opposes the bail plea...

The Gujarat government counsel argued that Godhra train carnage was a deliberate act of homicide and not mere stone-pelting.

You are bound to follow SC collegium decision, ex-SC Judge Fali Nariman takes a swipe at Kiren Rijiju

The appointment of judges, which has been under the purview of the Supreme Court collegium or panel of senior most judges since 1993, has been a point of contention for the central government over the years.

‘Why should not religious places be left to religious people?’: Supreme Court dismisses Andhra govt’s plea to take over Ahobilam Temple administration

The top court ruled that the Andhra Pradesh government has no legal authority, jurisdiction, or entitlement to appoint an executive officer of the Sri Ahobilam Mutt Parampara Aadheena Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Devasthanam (Ahobilam Mutt Temple).

Twitter user slams Rana Ayyub for making false claims about them in Supreme Court. Here is what happened

Advocate Vrinda Grover made reference to 'Hindu IT Cell' while seeking a stay on summons issued to Rana Ayyub.

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