The Allahabad High Court has granted bail to a man held with drugs.
A single-judge bench of Justice Krishan Pahal passed this order while hearing a Criminal Misc Bail Application filed by Gaurav @ Gaura.
The bail application under Section 439 of Code of Criminal Procedure has been filed by the applicant seeking enlargement on bail in Case under Section 8/21 NDPS Act, 1985 at Police Station Khatauli, District Muzaffarnagar.
In the compliance affidavit, it has been stated that there are ...
In an effort to reintroduce cheetahs to India, 50 of them will be translocated from Namibia and South Africa. This is the first such effort to relocate them and the first batch will stay in Kuno National Park, MP.
In a noteworthy judgment, the Delhi High Court allowed a woman to terminate her 28-week pregnancy as the foetus was suffering from defects. This was a departure from the earlier 24 weeks’ limit for MTP.
The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights has initiated an inquiry into a slew of issues relating to children alleged to be in conflict with the law by setting up an panel. Experts say that the inquiry could lead to a better understanding of the challenges faced by families and children.
Lawyers keep telling judges that former president Donald Trump has immunity regarding everything that happened on January 6. US District Judge Amit Mehta wasn’t buying it and called the charge “simply inappropriate”. The judge was dealing with the meaning of Trump’s refusal to call off the rioters for 187 crucial minutes during the insurrection as they stormed the Capitol building.
The Indo-China border dispute has now turned at least 65 years old with no significant headway in defining the border. Even the most rudimentary task of exchanging maps to understand the differing perception of the two nations with respect to the LAC has not been concluded.
Chief Justice of India Justice N.V. Ramana on Thursday said political consciousness and well-informed debates among students can steer the country to the glorious future envisioned by the Indian Constitution.
An Advocate from Maharashtra has knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court, seeking directions to quash the Bombay High Court's order reducing its functioning in Mumbai to just three working hours a day, owing to the rise in Covid-19 cases in the city and state.
The petition, filed by Mumbai-based lawyer Ghanshyam Upadhyay under Article 32 of the Constitution, sought to enforce virtual hearing in all courts of the state.
According to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the ad...