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AAP leader Manish Sisodia sought early hearing of his two curative petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the 2023 verdict of the court denying him bail in the corruption and money laundering cases related to the alleged Delhi excise policy scam. A bench of CJI D Y Chandrachud, Justice J B Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Misra was informed by Senior Advocate Abhishek Singhvi, appearing for Manish Sisodia, that a trial court has said it will not hear the bail plea till the curative is decided...

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A senior citizen, a woman, filed a complaint in the Delhi High Court under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act for eviction of her son and daughter-in-law from the premises. The verdict could be a legal landmark for others in similar situations

Bulldozer Injustice

The Indore bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court declared that it has become fashionable for local bodies to tear down any house without complying with the principles of natural justice. Other states have also been guilty of such practices

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A proposal to abolish cantonments, for which the defence ministry incurs about Rs 500 crore, has been welcomed by civilians residing there as it will mean restoration of their ownership and fundamental rights

Electoral bonds: A milestone judgment

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“If government policy does not match with the spirit of the Constitution, it is unconstitutional”

As government tries to make fundamental changes i...

Poverty of dignity

Indian judges have to perform within a system which is mostly corrupt and basically incompetent. Yet, when they deliver judgments, they are scrutinised carefully. At the same time, the system fails to pay our judges a salary that can add dignity to their arduous tasks. The chief justice of India has pointed this out recently

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Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay of the Calcutta High Court has revealed his plans of resigning from his post as a judge on March 5. Speaking to a local news outlet, Justice Gangopadhyay thanked the ruling dispensation of the Trinamool Congress for repeatedly challenging him to enter the political arena, stating that the journey would begin on Tuesday. He further said that he has not made any decisions regarding his political affiliations, or contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, and w...