According to a new proposal, if a senior citizen complains against their children or relatives for failing to pay them money for their livelihood, the local tribunal for senior citizens can forcibly evict anyone living on their property. Thirty days time will be given for them to vacate the house and if required, police force can be used.
The Kerala High Court had recently stopped mass drill and martial training conducted by the RSS in temples on the premises of the Sarkara Devi Temple in the state. The Travancore Devaswom Board, following the order, has banned the RSS from operating on the premises of temples run by the Board
Congress leader Afzal Lakhani, who was arrested for posting anti-Indian and pro-Pakistani messages, besides derogatory remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his late mother Hiraben Modi, was granted bail by the Supreme Court recently. The Court has also intervened in other cases where bail was denied by the High Courts
Recently, the National Restaurant Association of India and the Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India challenged the July 4, 2022, guidelines of the Central Consumer Protection Authority in the Delhi High Court. The Authority had directed hotels and restaurants not to levy service charge on food bills. This issue has now become a legal bone of contention
Even as Delhi grapples with pollution every year during Diwali, petitions in the top court have urged the lifting of the ban on crackers. But the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court have refused to relent