The Supreme Court today has granted bail to a man convicted for killing his wife and sentenced to a life term while noting that he has undergone more than 12 years incarceration and the appeal is not likely to be heard at an early date.
The National Commission for Women on Tuesday took cognisance of a woman, who set herself ablaze before the Supreme Court, alleging that she had lodged a rape case against MP Atul Rai, but the Uttar Pradesh Police, instead of helping her, issued a non-bailable warrant against her.
A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking prevention of pre-announced hate speeches in public places since the apex court has recognised ‘hate speech’ as being violative of constitutional guarantees under Articles 14, 15 and 21.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard a wife’s plea seeking release of approximately Rs 1 crore from PM Cares and State CM Relief Funds as financial assistance for getting her husband a lung transplant after having exhausted her savings over his post-Covid treatment.
The Supreme Court will pronounce its judgment on Tuesday in a suo motu matter titled “In Re: Problems and Miseries of Migrant Labourers” dealing with the problems and miseries of migrant labourers who had been stranded in the different parts of the Country amid the COVID19 pandemic. The Court had reserved its verdict on June 11, 2021.