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From ‘merely planned to commit terror act’ to ‘mounting cost of house arrest’: How judiciary has been especially kind to Bhima Koregaon violence accused...

The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to Gautam Navlakha, one of the accused in the violence erupted in Bhima Koregaon in 2018.

Two district judges from Himachal Pradesh move Supreme Court to challenge decision by collegium, cite injustice in appointment process of Judges

The petition highlights a broader concern regarding a frequently raised complaint that High Court collegiums do not meticulously follow the process devised by the Supreme Court for selecting judicial officers and lawyers for appointment as High Court judges.

‘If you vote for AAP, I won’t have to go back to jail’: Arvind Kejriwal tells Delhi voters despite Supreme Court order directing him...

Arvind Kejriwal issued an appeal to the Delhi voters claiming that their “votes can save him from jail", saying that if they vote for AAP, he won't have to return to jail

Delhi anti-Hindu riots case: Supreme Court turns down Special Leave Petition of accused Salim Malik after Delhi High Court rejected his bail plea

According to the High Court, Salim Malik was also involved in a conspiracy to destroy CCTV cameras in the Chand Bagh region during 2020 anti-Hindu riots.

After SC grants interim bail to Arvind Kejriwal for ‘campaigning’, Khalistani terrorist Amritpal Singh can cite it to seek bail: How bail on grounds...

While it may not be a clinching ground for courts to grant bail, it may establish it as an extra ground to seek relief and cast aspersions on the trial process and tilt the balance of scale in favour of the appellant.

Arvind Kejriwal’s bail underscores the urgent need for judicial reforms

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's bail approval by the Supreme Court for election campaigning underscores the urgent need for judicial reforms.

Kejriwal cannot visit CM Office, and cannot sign files: Read the 5 bail conditions set by SC on AAP chief

As per reports, Kejriwal is restricted from visiting the CM's office or signing any files, except where his signature is necessary for obtaining approval from the LG of Delhi.

Supreme Court upholds demolition of encroachments at Akbar Nagar in Lucknow, says no eviction before alternate house given

In a major order, the Supreme Court today (10th May) upheld the Allahabad High Court’s Order to demolish illegal settlements in Akbar Nagar in Lucknow.

Campaigning in elections not a fundamental right, bail to Kejriwal for electioneering will be discriminatory: Enforcement Directorate to Supreme Court

Saying that granting bail to Arvind Kejriwal will be discriminatory in nature, Enforcement Directorate said that no politician could be arrested and kept in judicial custody if they are granted interim bail for poll campaigning.

Supreme Court denies interim bail to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in liquor policy scam case

The Delhi Chief Minister was arrested on 21st March this year after having skipped 9 summons from the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

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