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Supreme Court to hear Eknath Shinde’s plea today morning

New Delhi: The Supreme Court agreed to hear on Monday, the two petitions filed by the Eknath Shinde faction, claiming to be the majority group in Shiv Sena, regarding the notice of disqualification sent by the Maharashtra Assembly Deputy Speaker to…

SC transfers Gyanvapi case to Varanasi Distt. Judge

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday transferred the case related to plea for worship at Gyanvapi mosque for consideration by the District Judge in Varanasi, saying in a view of complexity of matters, a senior and experienced judicial officer of…

Supreme Court to hear Gyanvapi case on Friday

The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to a request to adjourn the hearing on the plea challenging the orders of a Varanasi court in the Gyanvapi dispute till Friday and asked the Varanasi court before which the proceedings are pending not to take any…

Varanasi court reserves order on Gyanvapi Masjid

Varanasi: The court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) Ravi Kumar Diwakar on Tuesday removed Commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra from the survey team with immediate effect, after Special Advocate Commissioner of the team Vishal Singh complained that…

National Lok Adalat held in Himachal

Shimla: A National Lok Adalat for Pre-Litigation & Pending matters was organized on Saturday on 14th May, 2022 under the patronage of Patron-in-Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq, Chief Justice, High Court of Himachal Pradesh and under the able and…

Lakshman Rekha must be respected: Kiran Rijiju

New Delhi: Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, while speaking to press persons on Wednesday said that he “respected the court and its independence,” but there is a “Lakshman Rekha”, or a red line that is not to be crossed. "We've made our positions very…

Supreme Court puts sedition law (124-A) on hold

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday put the sedition law on hold and restrained the Central and state governments from registering any FIR under Section 124-A (sedition) while the colonial provision is taken up for further hearing in July…

Centre gets 3 months to decide minority status in states

New Delhi, May 10: The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted the Centre three months to hold consultations with state governments on the issue of granting minority status to Hindus in states where they are outnumbered by other communities. The court…

CJI administers oath to 2 as Supreme Court judges

New Delhi, May 9: The Chief Justice of India (CJI) Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana, on Monday administered the oath to Justices Sudhanshu Dhulia and Jamshed Burjor Pardiwala as Judges of the Supreme Court. With this, the Supreme Court now has the…