Even as social media is filled with furore and toxicity over Fab India’s Jashn-e-Riwaz promo, on the occasion of the Ram Janmabhoomi judgment, which took place on November 9, 2019, it is only fair to celebrate it as symbolic of the secular fabric of India, reinstated by the judges of the Supreme Court.
Modern jurisprudence in India can be compared with justice that prevailed during Lord Ram’s reign. While there are many differences with these ancient precepts, commonalities in both legal codes are interesting.
The Supreme Court Bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar today officially dismissed a plea, earlier termed “frivolous” by the court after the bench was informed that the cost imposed has been deposited.
The book is appropriately called "Ramayana Revisited: An Epic Through A Legal Prism". The title was an eye-grabber that drew me into its contents. It is a serious and scholarly piece of work by senior journalist Anil Maheshwari and Vipul Maheshwari, a prominent Supreme Court advocate
While the Ayodhya title dispute issue was settled by the Supreme Court in November 2019, the criminal case against some BJP, RSS, VHP leaders and kar sevaks for demolishing the mosque on December 6, 1992 is now in its final stages.
Plea in SC seeking directions for appointment of central, state government representatives belonging to the Sunni Muslim sect in the Indo Islamic Cultural Foundation Trust which is set to carry out the construction work as well as manage affairs of 5 acres land allotted to it in Dhannipur village.
The consecration of the Temple has ended a prolonged legal battle where faith was pitted against law, Hinduism against Islam and religious convictions against rationality. Retracing the century-old legal battle shows how the highly contentious and controversial issue finally arrived at a lawful conclusion
A letter petition, addressed to Chief Justice SA Bobde, seeks initiation of a suo motu contempt petition against All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) in connection with a tweet which allegedly lowered the dignity of the Supreme Court.