The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice upon a plea alleging that the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, recently organised in the capital by the Delhi Government, is in violation of the constitutional mandate.
The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned hearing on an appeal filed by the Election Commission of India, alleging that EVMs and VVPAT machines used in the assembly polls of six states were lying unused as they were preserved due to an order extending the limitation period for filing pleas, including election petitions, during the second wave of Covid-19.
Delhi High Court dismissed the appeal preferred by Swami Chakrapani seeking a direction to the Election Commission of India (ECISVEEP) to allow the Office-Bearers of ABHM, including him, to contest Assembly elections in several States.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the major political parties of the country for failing to comply with the order of disclosing criminal antecedents of candidates contesting elections in Bihar and imposed a heavy fine on them, as much as Rs five lakh.
The matter of plea seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to stop the use of Electronic Voting Machines was listed before Delhi High Court which deferred the hearing to August 3, as there was some connectivity issue and the petitioner couldn’t join the proceedings.
The critical case was assigned to Justice Chanda by the Calcutta high court’s master of the roster, Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal. While the authenticity of the pictures has not been questioned at all.
The petition before the Supreme Court alleges that right after the declaration of legislative results, the Trina Mool Congress supporters started creating unrest for the simple reason that they had supported BJP in Assembly elections.
Mr. Diwan argued before the Supreme Court that Karnataka High Court says that because there are directions issued by the state election commission that operates as having the force of law which according to us is inadequate and that really a question of law.
The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed the criminal trial pending before the Rohini District & Sessions Court, New Delhi, in the complaint filed against cricketer-politician Gautam Gambhir, his foundation and others in the plea regarding quashing of complaint in a case relating to illegal hoarding
A Mumbai court has granted bail to businessman Raj Kundra, the husband of actor Shilpa Shetty, two months after his arrest in a pornography case. Kundra has been given bail on a surety of Rs 50,000 along with co-worker Ryan Thorpe.