The Supreme Court today reserved its order in the plea challenging the FIRs registered against News Anchor Amish Devgan on his remarks on Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. The Court had earlier issued an interim stay on the investigations relating to all the FIRs.
The Supreme Court has agreed to examine whether certain provisions of the Special Marriage Act of 1954, which allows personal records to be made available to the public for scrutiny 30 days prior to the intended marriage, violate the right to privacy of the parties.
The Supreme Court today declined to entertain a plea seeking directions to prevent the “communalisation of the reporting of Covid-19 cases” by Chief Minister of Delhi in his official capacity via different modes as well as on social media via his official and verified twitter handle @CMO Delhi.
The Supreme Court today dismissed as withdrawn a PIL filed by Ajay Kumar, seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the general elections for the Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Supreme Court tomorrow will hear a plea filed by Ajay Kumar seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the General Elections for Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic.
A new order of the apex court attempts to clean the rot in public life and punish politicians who have criminal cases against them. It is also time the Court protects witnesses who have testified against them.
Under the Hindu Mitakshara Law, ancestral property is passed on down the male line by survivorship – what we commonly refer to as the coparcenary system. Unique as it was, the minute a son was born in a family, he would become a coparcener in his own right, to the ancestral property of the family.