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Uttar Pradesh: BSP MP Afzal Ansari set to be disqualified after Ghazipur court sentences him to 4 years in prison

Afzal Ansari won from the Ghazipur Lok Sabha constituency in 2019 by defeating incumbent Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.

Uttar Pradesh: MP-MLA court in Ghazipur to award punishment to Mukhtar Ansari on April 29 under Gangster Act

Mukhtar Ansari and Afzal Ansari both are charged in the Krishnanand Rai murder case of 2005.

Potential to tamper with evidence and enough proof that he controlled money laundering operation: 8 key observations by Delhi HC about Satyendar Jain

Delhi High Court turned down the bail application of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Satyendar Jain, who has been arrested in connection to a money laundering case filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Varanasi Court rejects plea for a scientific evaluation of Shivling inside Gyanvapi mosque: Details

On May 17 this year, the Supreme Court of India ordered that the Shivling found inside the Gyanvapi mosque should be protected.

Shivling found inside Gyanvapi: Varanasi court reserves order on scientific investigation, to be pronounced on October 14

The Varanasi district court reserved its order in the petition demanding a scientific study of the Shivling found in the Gyanvapi complex.

Gyanvapi verdict: Varanasi District Court rejects Anjuman Committee’s petition, says Hindu worshippers’ plea maintainable

The Varanasi District court has ordered that the plea filed by the Hindu side seeking right to worship at Shringar Gauri Sthal inside the disputed structure is maintainable.

Dear Milords, did you provoke the Islamists too with your ‘loose tongues’

The Supreme Court of India today essentially declared former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma a blasphemer.

Gujarat: Class-II officer sentenced to one year’s imprisonment under triple talaq law, victim thanks Modi government

Govt employee Sarfaraz Khan Bihari sentenced to jail for 1 year for giving triple talaq to his wife Shenazbanu

Madras High Court identifies Mother Nature as a living person, underlines Nature’s fundamental rights

The Madurai bench of the High Court said, "Mother Nature is accorded the rights akin to fundamental rights, legal rights, constitutional rights for its survival, safety, sustenance, and resurgence in order to maintain its status and also to promote its health and well-being."

Devotees of a temple entitled to have a say in its running: Andhra Pradesh High Court

The court said, "Devotees of a temple are entitled to have a say in the manner in which an institution or temple is run."

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