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Supreme Court surprised at Allahabad High Court judge granting bail to rape accused lawyer

The Supreme Court has expressed surprise over the interim bail granted to a lawyer accused of raping his junior by the Allahabad High Court

Supreme Court allows withdrawal of plea to postpone Bihar polls, says Election Commission will take care of details

The Supreme Court today dismissed as withdrawn a PIL filed by Ajay Kumar, seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the general elections for the Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

Plea of wrong selection procedure by applicant to NLU VC post dismissed by Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court today dismissed a petition filed by Dr Prasannanshu against the procedure of appointment of Vice-Chancellor of the National Law University (NLU), Delhi.

Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin Perarivalan gets 30-day parole to visit ailing mother

The Madras High Court today granted a 30-day parole to one of Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's assassins, A.G. Perarivalan.

Delhi court sends Umar Khalid to judicial custody till Oct 22

A Delhi court today passed direction for the judicial remand of Umar Khalid till October 22 in connection with allegations against him for instigating the northeast Delhi riots.

Now, UPSC candidates petition Supreme Court for postponement of exam

Some UPSC aspirants have petitioned the Supreme Court, asking for a postponement of the upcoming Civil Services Examination, the court today issued notice to the Union Public Service Commission and the Union of India.

Delhi High Court throws out frivolous PIL, says they are ‘champions of blackmailing’

The Delhi High Court today threw out a petition which wanted directions for the SDMC and the Delhi Police to conduct an inspection and take action against illegally operated hookah bars.

Delhi HC denies bail to AIADMK party symbol case accused Sukesh Chandrashekhar

The Delhi High Court has today declined the bail application filed by Sukesh Chandrashekhar, accused middleman in the case of AIADMK two leaves symbol case stating that the petitioner was interfering with the administration of justice.

Retrospective effect of 200% duty on goods from Pak not possible, rules Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has held that the notification issued by the Centre to increase import duty on goods from Pakistan by 200 per cent in the wake of the Pulwama attack last year could not be applied retrospectively.

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