On the similar grounds of the Gyanvapi mosque survey in Varanasi a plea was filed in a local court in Mathura ( Uttar Pradesh) asking for the survey of another mosque which shares some area with the Krishna Janambhoomi which was agreed .
A local court in Mathura has agreed to hear a similar plea, of seeking videography of the Shahi Idgah mosque lies adjacent to Krishna Janmabhoomi.
The petitioners have sought the appointment of an advocate commissioner requesting him to ...
The right to freedom of speech and expression is subject to the rigours of hate speech or seditious content. With the apex court boldly moving to suspend the sedition law, free speech will be protected.
Approximately 22,500 Indian students were evacuated from Ukraine by the Government of India. Now, some of those students have approached the Supreme Court seeking formulation of a policy as a special measure to enable the Indian medical students who were studying in Ukraine to continue their medical education.
Tarun J Tejpal’s book is set in an unnamed world of iron bars, but it is not a prison novel. It is a novel about politics, law, love, society, cops, media and the million mutinies that rage around us. It is a monumental work, an audacious ode to the human spirit.
The capital punishment debate took a new turn when the Supreme Court said that it will rationalise the sentencing process. What ails the judgment process? Why is the death sentence a dilemma for the judges?
The Supreme Court has today reserved order on the interim bail plea of Azam Khan the Samajwadi Party leader in yet another case relating to Kotwali police station in Uttar Pradesh.
The order was heard by the bench of Justice L Nageswara Rao, Justice BR Gavai and Justice AS Bopanna, who reserved the order after hearing both parties.
The plea by Azam Khan was opposed by the Additional Solicitor General SV Raju who was appearing for Uttar Pradesh state.The ASG has opposed the plea by A...
The PIL in Supreme Court challenges the constitutional validity of S. 2 , 3 , 4 of the Places of Worship ( Special Provisions ) Act 1991 , as they not only offend Articles 14 , 15 , 21,25,26 , and 29 but also violate principles of secularism.