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SC Rules Stay Trial Court or High Court Can not Vacate Automatically

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that stay orders granted by lower or higher courts in civil and criminal cases cannot automatically lapse after six months. Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, leading... Read more »

Gyanvapi Hindu’s fresh plea, seeking to stop movement on Vyasji’s cellar

The Hindu Side on Wednesday filea a new Petition seeking to stop Muslim devotees walking on top of Gyanvapi mosque’s southern cellar, where the court recently allowed Hindu prayers. The cellar’s roof... Read more »

‘Central govt likely to implement CAA rules in March, portal ready’

The Sources on Wednesday told the The Daily Guardian that the Central Government likely to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act from the first week of March. Sources also said that the rules... Read more »
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Patanjali Faces Legal Heat: Supreme Court Issues Contempt Notice Over Misleading Ads

The Supreme Court delivered a scathing rebuke to Patanjali Ayurved on Tuesday (February 27) for persisting in disseminating deceptive advertisements regarding medicinal cures, despite giving assurances to the Court in November of... Read more »

Gyanvapi: Allahabad High Court’s Verdict – Puja will continue in the basement of Vyas ji

The Allahabad High Court on Monday has delivered its verdict on the appeal of Anjuman Arrangements Mosque Committee (AIMC) regarding the Gyanvapi complex, and said that the worship of Hindus will continue... Read more »
Supreme Court, Chandigarh

Land Mark Decision: SC Declares AAP Candidate Kuldeep Kumar ‘Mayor of Chandigarh’

The Supreme Court on Tuesday took a landmark step in the Chandigarh Mayor election result hearing case, not only got the votes counted before the court but also overturned the election results... Read more »
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Chandigarh Mayor Election: SC Summons Ballot Paper & Video Recording, Resumes Hearing on Tuesday

The Supreme Court has directed to hear the petition filed against the alleged allegations of rigging in the Chandigarh Mayor elections again tomorrow i.e. Tuesday at 2 pm. Earlier, the Supreme Court... Read more »
Electoral Bonds

SC Landmark Judgment: Electoral Bonds are Un-Constitutional, Stop Selling At Once

The Supreme Court, in a landmark decision, invalidated the electoral bonds scheme, deeming it unconstitutional and in violation of the Right to Information. The Bench Comprising of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and... Read more »
Farmers Protest 2024

Farmers Protest: Freedom of expression vs Right to Peace & Tranquility

At midnight on 15 August 1947, the members of the Constituent Assembly gathered to witness India’s independence. Subsequently, the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India in 1950. The question arises that... Read more »
Delhi Liquor Scam

Rouse Avenue Court issues Summon to Arvind Kejriwal

The Rouse Avenue Court on Wednesday took cognizance of the recent complaint of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for not complying with the summons issued by... Read more »