The Kerala High Court had noted that the material on record appears to support the allegation that the complaint was filed because the complainant was aggrieved that she did not receive sufficient compensation during divorce proceedings.
In a landmark judgment, the Allahabad High Court has ruled that Uttar Pradesh’s law banning cow slaughter does not forbid the transportation of beef. A petition was filed challenging an order wherein a motorcycle had been confiscated under the UP Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act, 1955
While even political campaign rallies are generally categorised within the right to protest sphere, what relief does a common, apolitical citizen have when the rally’s side-effects infringe upon his human rights?
Even as the apex court has warned the centre against arbitrary transfers of judges, the fact is that transfers impinge on judicial federalism and separation of powers and violate basic features doctrine
In a shocking incident in Delhi, a teenager allegedly stabbed to death an 18-year-old on the street after which he started dancing on the spot. The crime has raised several questions on the crimes committed by minors and how the young are behaving in today’s fast-paced world
In 11 years, the Sahara-Sebi Refund Account was able to identify and pay 17,526 applicants involving 48,326 accounts, but the payout was of only Rs 138 crore. How much can a new fund, guarded by an online portal, be able to achieve?
Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud on Thursday said that the Constitution taught the citizens a very important lesson, that people can either survive or perish together.
Inaugurating the Constitution Day celebrations organised by the Supreme Court Bar Association, the CJI said that in this cycle of existence, no one can stand alone and that everyone was bound to be together.
He shared that one of his colleagues was recently diagnosed with dengue and needed blood transfusion. The bloo...