The Madras High Court at Madurai has quashed an FIR against a YouTube video condemning Tablighi Jamaat conference, which was held in March 2020 during the first wave Covid-19 pandemic.The FIR was registered against the Indian YouTuber named Maridhas. Upon complaint of one of the members of Tamil Nadu Muslim Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam, the Melapalayam police had filed the case.
The Ministry of External Affairs was directed by the Delhi High Court to file a counter affidavit in two weeks on a petition seeking directions to the Central Government to disclose the actual information and status of the petitioner's husband, who has been missing since 2020 from Saudi Arabia.
The Delhi High Court on Monday has directed the Centre to file its reply on a plea filed by a woman seeking directions to know the whereabouts of her husband who went to Saudi Arabia as a labourer and has been missing since 2020.
Haj Group Operators from Mumbai seek parity on the matter of service tax for people who do the Haj with them like those who do the Haj with the Haj Committee of India and are exempt from paying service tax. The petition came up for hearing in Supreme Court today and has been adjourned by a week.
The Delhi High Court on Monday asked the Bar Council of India (BCI) to find out if the owners of a hospital in Dwarka, where a few beds were available, were willing to hand it over for COVID treatment.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the Ministry of External Affairs to look for alternative legal remedies in order to expedite the process of repatriation of the mortal remains of a Hindu man who was wrongly buried in Saudi Arabia.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday was informed by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) that its senior officials have recently met with top Saudi officials and efforts are underway to "expeditiously" repatriate the mortal remains of deceased Hindu man who was mistakenly buried in Saudi Arabia.