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- Delhi High Court Advice For Airlifting Karol Bagh’s 108-Feet Hanuman Statue To Remove Congestion.
- Bombay High Court Rejects Maharashtra Government’s Appeal; Allowed Undertrial To Get Home Food.
- SC: Abusing SC/ST person over phone in public place an offence
- Call for Papers: International Review of Contemporary Legal Issues: Submit by April 30
- St. Stephen’s Model United Nations [Delhi, Feb 2-4, 2018]: Registrations Open
Anguished over illegal constructions in the national capital, the Delhi high court has suggested to the local authorities to consider “airlifting” of the 108-foot Hanuman statue in central Delhi to remove the encroachments around it. Observing that entire skyscrapers have been relocated completely in the United States, a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and JusticeRead more
The Bombay High Court recently allowed home food to an undertrial and rejected the Maharashtra government’s appeal against granting it. Justice A.M. Dhavale was hearing an appeal filed by the State challenging a sessions court order granting home food to Vikramsinh Chauhan. He is facing charges of murder, kidnapping for ransom and gang rape, andRead more
Last week the Supreme Court of India has ruled that using any casteist remarks over phone in public place against the Schedule Caste andSchedule Tribe is also a criminal offence resulting in maximum 5 years imprisonment. The Supreme Court refused to stay the criminal proceedings and quash FIR lodged against a person who usedRead more
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that hookah smoking was not allowed in either non-smoking or even smoking zones in the national capital. Jain has said Delhi Police and municipal corporations should immediately cancel the licences of restaurants or eateries having hookah bars. “The minister has made it clear that hookah smoking is not allowedRead more
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court which has sought minority status for Hindus in eight states in Nagaland, Lakshadweep, Mizoram, Jammu & Kashmir, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Manipur where the community’s population has fallen, according to the 2011 Census. “According to 2011 Census, Hindus are minority in eight states i.e. LakshadweepRead more