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Supreme Court sets aside dowry case conviction, life sentence of Haridwar family of 3

The Supreme Court in a reportable judgement on Wednesday (December 2) set aside the conviction and life sentence awarded by the Uttarakhand High Court to three persons of the same family under Sectio...

Supreme Court: Violators of nature cannot be allowed to go scotfree on payment of penalty only

The Court said we are of the opinion that the violators cannot be permitted to go Scot free on payment of penalty only. There must be some stringent provisions which may have deterrent effect so that the violators may think twice before committing such offences

Lavalin case: Supreme Court asks CBI to file additional documents

During the hearing, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for CBI submitted before the Court that the case needs to be heard at length and will require time.

Rajoana case: Supreme Court asks Centre, when will you move on death sentence commutation

Balwant Singh Rajoana was given a death sentence for the murder of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh who died in a bomb explosion in Chandigarh on August 31, 1995. In 2012, Rajoana filed a mercy petition before the President but it hasn’t been decided to date.

Plea in Supreme Court seeks declaration that bigamy is unconstitutional for people of all faiths

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a declaration that the practice of bigamy is unconstitutional for all religions , oppressive towards women and opposed to equality.

Supreme Court says Article 32 important, integral to Constitution

The three-Judge Bench Justice passed the Judgement while dismissing a Writ Petition filed by Skill Loto Solutions Pvt Ltd seeking a declaration that the levy of tax on the lottery is discriminatory and violative of Articles 14, 19(1)(g), 301 and 304 of the Constitution of India.

Supreme Court upholds conviction of man accused of raping mentally-ill woman

The Supreme Court on Thursday while upholding the conviction of a man accused of Rape of a mentally ill girl has said a person suffering from a mental disorder or mental sickness deserves special care, love, and affection and is not to be exploited.

Love jihad: Two petitions in Supreme Court challenge Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand anti-conversion laws

The petitioner has submitted that the true danger with this new so-called "love jihad" law lies not in its explicit textual basis, which seems fairly innocuous prima facie. Instead, its threat lies in its ambiguity

Posters outside Covid-19 patients’ homes: Supreme Court reserves order

Justice Bhushan asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta whether the government can issue a state-wise advisory that such acts should not be followed by the states, to which Mehta said an advisory of the Central government has already been issued to the states.

Supreme Court says Provident Fund Act applicable to private security agencies too (Read judgment)

The Supreme Court in an order on Wednesday observed that the provisions of the Employees’ Provident Fund Act are applicable to private security agencies providing personnel to clients.

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