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Judging the Judges

Personal attacks have been made against two judges of the Supreme Court for their strong remarks against former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma leading to a dangerous scenario where judges will now have to consider what the media thinks instead of what the law really demands

A Toll on Trade

Traders in Uttar Pradesh alleged they were being framed by state police resulting in obstacles to movement of goods. The Allahabad High Court pulled up UP police for false FIRs. UP Additional Chief Secretary Awanish Kumar Awasthi clarified in court that guidelines will be issued against this.

Shashi Tharoor, Rajdeep S...

Journalists Mrinal Pande, Zafar Agha, The Caravan's Paresh Nath, and Anant Nath approached the court on Tuesday evening against the FIRs in the same matter.

We want an assurance of s...

New Delhi (ILNS): The Supreme Court today told Republic TV Editor Arnab Goswami: “We are concerned about peace and harmony of the society. Nobody is immune from being questioned. We are not going to grant such immunity to anybody. We want an assurance of some sense and sensibility from you (Goswami).”

Covid-19 and masks: Can M...

With the pandemic continuing to surge and people walking around unmasked, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has decided to file FIRs under Section 188 of the IPC. Will this curb such callous behaviour?

Supreme Court disallows R...

The Supreme Court bench led by Justice D Y Chandrachud allowed Republic TV's CFO Shiva Sundaram's to withdraw his plea against the summons issued by Mumbai Police to the news channel in connection with the alleged Television Rating Point (TRP) scam.

UP Police sees attempt to...

The Uttar Pradesh Police has registered 21 FIRs across the state in the aftermath of the alleged gang rape and death of a 19-year-old woman in Hathras. The FIRs have been filed against charges such as defaming the government, inciting communal tension, sedition, promoting enmity, and criminal conspiracy.

SC allows 2 weeks to JNU ...

The Supreme Court today has granted two weeks time to JNU student Sharjeel Imam to file additional documents in his petition seeking clubbing of FIRs registered against him.

SC Grants 3 Weeks Protec...

The Supreme Court on Fri...

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Two persons were arreste...

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